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Hello, I just wanted to introduce myself. I made my first Ripple purchase this afternoon. I am not new to cryptocurrencies, though. I got in on BTC, ETH, and LTC pretty early (but not two or three years ago early unfortunately), and I am hoping to catch a good ride with Ripple, as it seems to have a lot of potential. Maybe some of you Ripple experts can tell me about my setup and what you think of it. For my wallet, I am using Ripple Desktop Wallet, and I just transfer coins via my Coinbase account to CoinSwitch in order to purchase XRP. CoinSwitch seems pretty steady. Though, the transfer time was a few hours for my first purchase. Is there a more straightforward/easy way to purchase XRP? I am currently making my second purchase (a little more of a substantial one now that I am familiar with the wallet and CoinSwitch). Thank you for your time and advice, -Slip
Hi, I'm having trouble getting into my wallet. Downloaded rippex Ripple Desktop Wallet and setup an account with a password. I wrote the password down but not the secret key. I deposited quite a few XRP in. I logged out and assumed that the Wallet would just let you back in with the password. I opened the wallet file (has the windows time stamp of when I created the account) and typed in my password. I got the error: Login failed: Wallet file or password is wrong. I moved the wallet file around into different directories but that didn't work. I can see my balance in Read Only Mode. Any tips for getting into my account? Is this a bug with the Desktop Wallet? Alternatively, can I get any information out from opening the wallet file in notepad? I know my password, the Desktop Wallet seems to be not registering it correctly. I created a new wallet, typed in a password, skipped the secret key, logged out, and tried opening up that same wallet with the password. Same error!: Login failed: Wallet file or password is wrong. I also tried putting the wallet file and putting the ripple_data directory + the wallet file inside into the directories where I originally saved it (desktop) and in C:\Program Files\Ripple Desktop Wallet\ Using v. 1.4.1. Win 7 Pro 64-bit Posted in another forum but no one has answered.
Hey All, So I bought a number of XRP back in 2014 and after recently seeing the price spike I decided to check in on how many I actually had. I decided to use Ripple Desktop Wallet to manage my XRP, of which I have around 40,000 and for some reason the wallet is telling me that there is a XRP/USD exchange rate of 19.19 if I try trading my XRP for USD. Has anyone encountered this issue and why would this thing be telling me the exchange rate is so far away from what it actually is (more like 3:1)? Thanks so much!