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  1. Hey guys, I'm an Ethereum developer and I'm new here so if this question should be posted somewhere else I apogize in advance. So I studied the first ripple whitepaper(not the one published in 2018), "The Ripple Protocol Consensus Algorithm", and wanted to ask some questions(any help would be greatly appreciated): 1) firstly, what is the difference between a node and a server in Ripple? According to the whitepaper "any entinty running the Ripple Server Software is a server". I get this. We have stock servers and validator-servers? Is it the same if I call a server, a node. Intuitively I feel like running a stock-server in Ripple is kind of the same as running a GETH node in eth, right? This may sound simple but I want to know what is what. 2) is there an option for end users to run a UNL? Is the validator-server a UNL? If yes, I can answer the first part(yes). Since you can decide to run a validator server you can run a UNL. 3) the basic idea is that we split the network into subnetworks - UNLs and we verify these UNLs so in the end we combine these and verify the whole system. This is great but isn't it less secure than having a ethereum-like system where every node validates every transaction? 4) what is the latency requirment to participate in the voting process. Apart from the 2 second window for the candidate set submission. I mean is there any other requirement? 5) finally i felt strange with the fact that there is a flag/kick system for nodes in the network combined with the fact that the code isn't open source. Thank you in advance if you took the time to read my questions
  2. Hello, I have the XRP client version 1.4.1 downloaded from 2016 with an unknown amount of XRP (could be in thousands, or hundreds) don’t remember. I have recovered secret keys with several thousand XRP earlier this year and this desktop wallet may hold the largest treasure however for years I haven’t been able to login to the client. The password and username I’m pretty sure I’ve tried every combo and still can’t access the client, it’s online mode and I know I should have got the secret key from it in the past and I might have but I need it unlocked just for peace of mind to make sure there’s not 10,000 XRP on my computer before I throw the computer away. If anyone is willing to help me enter my client V 1.4.1 and succeed they can have 5% of total XRP discovered. Thanks in advance, Email: fxsignalpros@gmail.com
  3. I follow SecureBlockChains on Twitter and they’re working on some different XRP projects, but in this video they talk about creating a personal Ripple node/wallet using a Raspberry Pi. Although I’m not good with the tech part, I thought this was a really cool idea, so I wanted to share it. If they can pull it off, it might be a project worth folllowing. https://www.secureblockchains.com/
  4. Hello everyone, We downsized some servers, which provided us with extra resources to spin up a second rippled node. Thus, our validator now lives behind a non-validating node. Clustering seems to have gone well, the validator is only connected to one peer (our other node), and both nodes show that they are in a cluster. I do have some questions, though: 1. How does the trusted UNL function on a non-validating node? Do both nodes need to trust the same validators? 2. Our validator says that it is 'proposing' and I can see it on the network topology page, however, it is no longer showing up in the validator registry. I was also able to send a test transaction through the validator, and it showed up on the public ledger. Any ideas on why the validator is no longer showing up in the registry? 3. We are using the same five keys in the trusted validator (UNL) list for both nodes, the validator quorum is 5 and the non-validating node's is 3. How come the validator's quorum is higher than the non-validating node? Thank you all so much for your help & support
  5. I am wondering about the implications of opening port 51235 on a rippled validator or node (running in front of a validator). I assume doing so would carry a risk of DDoS attacks, however, it also provides other nodes with access to the ledger. In other words, it seems like there is a minor security risk and a reasonable benefit for the community. From what I understand, rippled nodes will connect to any peer to get the ledger. Is this so, or do they only connect to trusted peers? Finally, is there any reason to include my IP in the [ips] section on my ripple.txt, if port 51235 is closed? Thanks so much!
  6. Hi, I am stuck at one Problem when trying to setup a simple Docker-rippled + ripple-lib app, I have rippled installed in a docker conainer with the following Config (irrelevant parts omited) : http://paste.ubuntu.com/25075264/ This Forum removes all my newlines from code i copy from my IDE for some reason, have to use pastebin, sorry. and i try to connect to the deamon with the ripple-lib javascript library and the following code: 'use strict'; const {RippleAPI} = require('ripple-lib') const api = new RippleAPI({ server: 'wss://172.17.0.7:51235', // docker ip authorization: 'username:password' }); and i always get the response: [NotConnectedError(unexpected server response (401))] no idea why, cant find any logs, someone has any ideas?
  7. Hi, I am new to the ripple world and thirsty for knowledge. Firstly, I want to know what the incentive is for the validating & tracking node operators? On the ripple site they say give some altruistic reason, but really? And secondly, what is the fee structure for ripple? That is, how does ripple make money from the transfers? Thanks! kyur
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