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  1. HOW TO ACTIVATE A RIPPLE WALLET Hello, this topic is meant to be a guide for those seeking for account activation. Updates, suggestions and feedback about activation providers are very welcome. There are several ways to activate a ripple wallet Bithomp https://bithomp.com/activation/ Payment Methods PayPal Bitcoin Perfect Money Shapeshift https://shapeshift.io/#/coins Payment Methods Cryptocurrencies Changelly https://changelly.com/ Payment Methods Cryptocurrencies Credit Card (USD) Your Service Here ... ... IDEAL INITIAL AMOUNT = 50 XRP 20 XRP for base reserve 10 XRP for 2 trustlines 10 XRP for fisrt orders and fees 10 XRP for test trading ref: https://ripple.com/build/reserves/ DISCLAIMER Do your homework before using a service and make an educated choice.
  2. With just a few clicks, you can experience the process of sending (test net) XRP, alongside code samples and details of how to use RippleAPI for JavaScript to do the same: https://developers.ripple.com/send-xrp.html As always, we welcome your feedback and questions.
  3. Hey guys, I'm posting for the first time here. I only got interested in XRP 3 months ago and I love the community!! But I noticed there's a serious lack of introductory information for people just beginning their XRP journey. So I made this video to help educate everyone who is new to XRP. I hope you find it useful :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPvHMNdyRus&t=44s Thanks, Barry
  4. Part of the new Community Beginners Guide series. Other guides currently in the series: Beginners Guide: Into. Quick overview of the series and purpose of the guides Beginners Guide: Creating a Cold Wallet. A simple step by step instructions into creating a secure cold wallet. Beginners Guide: Desktop Wallet Step by step instructions in downloading and installing XRP CHAT WALLET, the creation and activation of new wallet and the first few steps to becoming a ripple user. Beginners Guide: What is a wallet? How do my coins get stored? How does cryptocurrency work anyway? This post goes over what a wallet is, what the common different types of wallets are and their differences, and how wallets can be used at a basic level. Disclaimer: This post features the first few steps in getting started with XRP. Ripple, the ripple protocol, Gateways and other advanced features are not addressed in this guide. Services or links to services/ businesses are not endorsements of those services and are for informational purposes only. This guide is offered ‘as is’ and accepts no responsibility for any damage or losses incurred etc. Difficulty level: LOW XRP is the native currency of ripple and only exists within the network. Users need a ripple wallet to hold their individual XRP balances and other assets issued on the ripple network. Every wallet needs a small amount to activate and to link/ trust Gateways. This guide aims to help you in acquiring and taking your first XRP steps. Step 1. OPEN A WALLET First you need to choose a wallet. There are a few options, each offering different features. 1. Cold Wallet. This option is ideal for people looking for a secure storage, normally of high value amounts. A guide to a sample set-up can be found here. 2. Hosted Wallet/ Service. This is the simplest option; the provider takes care of all technical requirements (fees may apply). An example of this wallet type is Gatehub. Simply go to https://signin.gatehub.net/signup and follow the instructions. A side benefit is that these providers often auto fund your ripple wallet. Note: Trusted and regulated services comply with their local regulatory authorities and often require Know Your Clients (KYC) verification; this can add DELAYS TO INSTANT WALLET SETUP. 3. Plain Wallet. Similar to a cold wallet, plain wallets can be obtained by just generating ripple key pairs. As this can require more technical knowledge it will not be addressed in this guide, but more information can be found throughout the forum. Ripple wallets have two addresses, a public and secret key. A public key will look similar to rJR7gjNe3DpJ7kpB4CHBxjDKfwVMpTKPpj. Public keys always start with “r”. The public key can be shared or monitored on the ripple network and you can have funds sent to this wallet via this address from any other ripple wallet. A secret key will look like this sJR7gjNe3DpJ7kpB4CHBxjDKfwVMpTKPpj. Secret Keys will always start with “s”. The secret key is how you prove ownership over a wallet and gives withdraw rights. DO NOT SHARE. Also be sure to store in a secure place, if lost all funds stored on the wallet will also be lost. Step 2. FUND YOUR NEW WALLET/ BUY XRP If you used a hosted wallet/ service there is a good chance that your wallet is already activated. If you created a ripple wallet by other means you will still need to activate it with a small amount of XRP, the suggested amount is 30-50 XRP. If you are planning on acquiring more than the suggested amount of XRP the activation amount can/ will be deducted from your first deposit (although it is advised that you do the steps separately to ensure you have the correct address). You could ask generous members on this forum to help activate (be polite!). Due to abuse this forum no longer supports member- to- member activation. Buy XRP through an exchange or Gateway. Some sample Gateways are Bitstamp, Gatehub and Kraken. Individual steps on how to complete purchases though these gateways can be found on this Ripple page and on their individual websites. A list of other exchanges and Gateways can be found under the Links & Resources tab of the forum . Use a third party tool such as Bithomp (illustration on the left), these tools may use Paypal or other means to allow the purchase of small XRP amounts. Note: Ripple Charts (illustration on right) a service hosted by Ripple, shows updated market prices. Exchanges and Gateways may have different prices, including possible fees, but the charts should give you an idea of current XRP prices vs. many assets including national fiat, BTC, ETH, gold and more. Step 3. SEND YOU FIRST XRP This may vary depending on your wallet choice, but sending is easy. Just include the recipient ripple wallets public address (double check you have the correct public address) into the correct field and hit send. Some wallets may have QR codes that you can scan to simplify the process. Sample: Using Gatehub wallet (see illustrations below) 1. Select wallet 2. Select send 3.This will open a new window 4. Enter recipients public key 5. Enter amount to send 6. Confirm Step 4. REPEAT
  5. Sorry, but can someone help me. I am from the EU and want to buy XRP/Ripple asap. But i never bought crypto. I did try Kraken a hour ago, but Kraken is bugged.
  6. https://medium.com/interledger-blog/use-interledger-with-moneyd-gui-21dee0dc8ba0 "Moneyd aims to make it as easy as possible to join the Interledger network. Now, Interledger is even easier to use thanks to the Moneyd GUI." Additional Tutorials are at Interledger Blog: https://medium.com/interledger-blog
  7. <<UPDATED THE TUTORIAL TO USE A NEW WALLET>> Please see last post for notes -Updated Jan 12, 2018 Part of the new Community Beginners Guide series. Other guides in this series: Beginners Guide: Into. Quick overview of the series and purpose of the guides Beginners Guide: XRP First Steps Simple first steps to acquiring XRP including 1) opening a wallet, 2) wallet funding/ buying XRP, and 3) sending the first XRP. Beginners Guide: Desktop Wallet Step by step instructions in downloading and installing XRP CHAT WALLET, the creation and activation of new wallet and the first few steps to becoming a ripple user. Beginners Guide: What is a wallet? How do my coins get stored? How does cryptocurrency work anyway? This post goes over what a wallet is, what the common different types of wallets are and their differences, and how wallets can be used at a basic level. Disclaimer: This post features creating a cold ripple wallet and assumes you know what ripple, wallets and how secret vs. public keys work and is offered ‘as is’ and accepts no responsibility for any damage or losses incurred etc. Users are encouraged to take normal safety precautions when online (ex: antivirus, incognito mode, checking links, etc.) Difficulty level: LOW Hints: The images are also direct links What Is a Cold Wallet? Cold wallets, also referred to as a paper wallet, are secure backups of cryptocurrency wallets. They are nominally stored offline in secure locations and are used to secure high value amounts that are not accessed often (the opposite of a hot wallet which is usually stored in an easily accessed area for frequent use). The secret key is generated securely and is not shared with anyone other than the holder of the cold/paper wallet. Easy Way to Generate a Cold Wallet WARNING FOR APPLE USERS Link: Issues with Ripple Wallets and Safari Attention for MAC users: Use ONLY Google Chrome as your browser for all Ripple wallets listed here. Do not use Safari when using any "web" based wallets There are issues with older wallets and Safari's Javascript engine. There are some community tools that have been created to help in the creation of cold/ paper wallets. One such tool can be found at https://bithomp.com/paperwallet/. The page will look like the illustration below Your Ripple address, the public key that can be shared or monitored on the ripple network. You can have funds sent to this wallet via this address from any other ripple wallet. You Secrete Key, how you prove ownership over a wallet and gives withdraw rights. DO NOT SHARE Click here to create new wallet. Note: Although generated your new ripple wallet is not active until the network minimum of 20 XRP is deposited. How to Restore Funds from a Paper Wallet Option 1) - Use one of the light Ripple clients This one has a nice interface: https://www.theworldexchange.net/ This one is pretty raw & minimalist: https://jatchili.github.io/minimalist-ripple-client/ Option 2) - Use GateHub (requires identity verification) Register at https://gatehub.net Navigate to Wallets and click + (Add New) and import your Ripple secret key. Note: For more advanced users the the wallet could be generated on an offline or airgapped computer by copying the webpage code and transferring it by means of a memory device. Note: For added security be sure to clear your web browsers cache, have a machine free of viruses and take other general precautions. Visit Links & Resources and Our Picks for other tutorials for more advanced methods.
  8. Hi, we have written a tutorial on how to buy XRP with EUR which you can find it here: http://blog.gatehub.net/post/159184762847/buy-xrp-with-eur In the following days we will add more tutorials on how to buy XRP with other currencies so be sure to follow us there. Also be sure to check our help section for any other informations: https://wallet.gatehub.net/#/help/overview/gatehub Best regards, GateHub.
  9. https://ripple.com/build/payment-channels-tutorial/ The timing of this tutorial is perfectly positioned right after the very high-profile announcements yesterday, and serves to underscore their commitment to building on RCL and XRP with new partners. Kudos to Ripple's tech team for putting out this very detailed and public-facing document describing the incredible options that this provides for banks and Financial Institutions!
  10. HI i am looking for a tutorial how to create a cold wallet move some xrp and check my balance i tried to download rippex but cant install it on centos . ( maybe i am doing something wrong) on win 10 it stuck after install... is there a good simple way to do this that is not to complicated and safe? thanks joy
  11. JoelKatz wrote a great explanation for how to solve this issue on the official ripple forum.
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