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  1. Hi. If u want to creat your own PaperWallet. Guide -> https://chaos-artonline.com/xrp.php My guide is based on ripple.com ( https://developers.ripple.com/rippleapi-reference.html )
  2. Where can I find a wallet that I can use to make an offline transaction. Specifically, I am looking to finish an escrow offline. Any ideas? Thanks!
  3. It seems there still is a need for solution to keep your XRPs safe, while still having them available for occasional and sometimes even for more active use. Ripple technology is in many aspects ahead of Bitcoin and other cryptos. I find offline transaction signing one its best features. In today’s world, when no computer can be considered safe anymore, offline signing allows you to keep all sensitive information offline and thus secure and safe. I have prepared a set of tools that follows and leverages Ripple’s Reliable Transaction Submission. It will allow you to monitor Ripple network, ledgers, your accounts and balances. The offline part will also enable you to securely create new accounts, prepare and securely sign payments and submit such offline-generated payments to XRP ledger. For transferring offline generated data to an online device it uses QR codes and this makes active XRP use quick and quite convenient. Unfortunately, this package is not entirely suitable for beginners. It aims more at mid-experienced to advanced users. Also, I wanted to keep those scripts simple and plain and allow anyone to see, understand and inspect its source. This is why some results/error processing is just very subtle. More information, how-to, installation, syntax, examples, download: https://github.com/Duke67/xrptoolkit-nodejs Download: Node.js scripts (offline): https://github.com/duke67/xrptoolkit-nodejs Android app (online): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duke67.XRPtk The Android application is only available for download from Google Play store and it’s not yet open source (I may make it available later on). Even if not currently available for code review, this architecture can really give you a peace-of-mind because the real magic of this solution is that the online device only sees either public, or signed+encrypted information. iOS app – unfortunately not available now, who wants to develop it? Also, feel free to improve or enhance the toolkit or contact me with any idea you may have. Cheers!
  4. Hello everyone, new member here after a month or two of lurking. As I've been exploring the forum and learning all I can, I've been unable to find an answer to the original question that brought me here, which is this - how can someone new to Cryptocurrency investing establish an XRP position quickly via one of the exchanges (Kraken, Poloniex, etc.) without having reserve requirements eat into my overall investment? Allow me to clarify... I would like to purchase XRP for long term cold storage utilizing a Nano Ledger S, which I ordered a couple weeks back and am still waiting for it to arrive. In the meantime, I've missed some pretty large moves in XRP (from $0.42 to current price, bummer!) and am starting to get antsy about my entry position. When the Nano does arrive, 20 XRP will be needed to reserve the wallet address, and preferably that's the only XRP reserve I will ever need unless I want to move XRP to a hot/mobile wallet for transactions. The problem is understanding the various wallets I might need during my XRP investment journey, while limiting the amount of investment lost to reserve requirements. Now that a single wallet costs over $20 USD to setup, this becomes a much larger concern for someone just starting out. Understanding the security risk, is it reasonable to keep an initial investment on an exchange (Kraken, Poloniex, etc.) for a week or two until my cold wallet arrives? Is there utility in setting up a toast wallet for initial storage, and then sending the XRP to the cold wallet when it arrives? Would I have future use for the toast wallet? In general, how many wallets do folks use to manage their XRP investment? Thanks everyone in advance for your thoughts and suggestions, and I apologize if this is addressed somewhere I was unable to locate. Cheers and best wishes to all! -PMF
  5. Hi all, this seems like a bit of a rookie question but does anyone know of a simple, web-based method for submitting signed offline transactions to RCL? I'm interested in being able to submit offline transactions from any computer not just computers on which I've installed a wallet.
  6. In order to keep an account 100% offline, or to diminish the risks of managing a high value account by bringing it online only when it is extremely necessary, the ripple desktop wallet provides a tool to create, sign and save transactions in an offline computer that can be published using an online computer. Requirements: An offline computer. A cold wallet - (more info here) A safe USB drive 1 - Get your account's sequence number: Use your public address in one of this tools: https://ripple.com/build/websocket-tool/#account_info - It will be the "sequence" result. http://rippleok.com/ - The sequence number is on the top left. 2 - Using the Desktop Wallet Make sure the desktop wallet is in offline mode in settings/network_settings Open your wallet file Go to settings/cold_wallet_settings Choose the location to save the signed transactions (probably an USB that will be used to move the transactions to an online computer). Add the sequence number you got in "1" Create the transaction(s) you want (payments, trust sets, flag changes, etc), They will be saved in the location you chose Close the wallet, remove the USB (if you are using one) 3 - Publishing the transactions Plug your USB in a computer connected to the internet. Open the desktop wallet Make sure it is in "online mode" Do not open any wallet file, click on the "Submit Txn" button Add your transactions Click on "Submit" That's it. You created valid transactions in the ripple ledger without using your Master Key in an online computer.
  7. Just wondering if the Ledger Nano S works as a cold storage Ripple wallet yet or does it still need to be updated. P.s. I know I'm retarded give me a break...
  8. With the increasing value of my XRP holdings I am contemplating of setting up some cold wallets. I know the drill. Generate a key pair on an offline computer. Store the secret key on a USB stick and on paper. Transfer funds to the public key. Here is my question. I don't have the programming skills to verify the code on the key pair generators offered. How can I be sure they are not simply generating key pairs from a pre-defined (and therefore compromised) set? It would be really nice if Ripple could supply a key pair generator. Most likely the others are trustworthy as well but I have no way to verify this.
  9. I know this has most likely been mentioned before, but just want to know if everything has been updated, like if there are better or newer wallets now. So as of 8th of May 2017, can anyone tell me the best Desktop/offline wallet to store XRP? *note - I am not a IT pro so have to be fairly easy to use as well
  10. Hello everyone, Does anyone know of any way to securely sign offline TRADE transactions by creating offers from a cold storage PC? I am currently using rippex client for creating offline payment transactions, which works well but does not seem to have offline functionality regarding trade transactions. I have tried installing rippled-lib but ended up NOT using it due to a warning on the site: "Caution: Unless you run the rippled server yourself, you should do local signing with RippleAPI instead of using this command. An untrustworthy server could change the transaction before signing it, or use your secret key to sign additional arbitrary transactions as if they came from you." So i went to RippleAPI page where it says if want to sign a transaction i have to use this: "sign(txJSON: string, secret: string, options: Object): {signedTransaction: string, id: string}" I have no idea how to use this, is there any client application like rippex that can handle this offline by inputting the required parameters? Thank you for any info you can share
  11. Noticed that the links to offline wallets is rather scattered across the forum. It might be useful to have all the available links in one place. The first one ( @rippleric was kind enough to quickly share the link) is this one: https://jatchili.github.io/minimalist-ripple-client/ The second is this one: https://rippex.net/carteira-ripple-eng.php#/ The third one, wavewallet.net, has been discontinued. Any other options? EDIT: found the fourth one: https://yxxyun.github.io/ripple-wallet/
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