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  1. Hi all, The XRPLToken project is not doing an automated #airdrop... instead we want to continue doing what I describe as a #slowdrop.. over many months.. we're manually checking wallets in order to try and avoid large airdrop farmers.. and we've come across our fair share of suspect wallet addresses already, my question is.. What's the general consensus/thoughts at the moment regards this.. do projects actually share blacklists.. are blacklists even a good idea at all? What have other people done to minimise bad actors with multiple wallets etc Kindest, Gregg
  2. Hi, I believe I have been scammed!!! I sent 18K XRP to the wallet address shown on ripple-finance-prize.com BUT I put the wrong "Destination Tag". I have read that if I was able to contact the wallet's "exchange" they could credit the XRP or perhaps send it back to me? Any ideas? Thanks
  3. TLDR; toast-wallet.com is a scam! I wanted to move my XRP to a hardware wallet but didn't have a wallet installed any more, only had a backup from toast wallet. So I googled "Toast Wallet", and navigated to the first result. The site liked genuine: And even offered a web version of the wallet, which I used. Oops. Yes very naive and very stupid. After restoring my backup and trying to transfer my funds all of the funds were transferred to r3XYxbCHdZjMeaWeregqDNUTg8Meskcujx transaction: https://xrplorer.com/transaction/6471D84FF062FB298EE47ADB333A0918D3B272F5BFAD66A930653BEA51CC8965 This seems to be the same scammer account that is mentioned here:
  4. Hi everyone, I see a lot of questions about paper wallets lately. Got some messages regarding paper wallets as well. This is my attempt at combining all my explanations in one howto. What is a paper wallet A paper wallet is a XRP wallet you can generate offline and print. When you generate a paper wallet, you generally print it (multiple times) and store the paper wallet in a (very) safe place. Don't store all the copies in one building, since you want to be able to retrieve a copy if something terrible happens. One of the advantages of a paper wallet is is that it's "unhackable" - if someone hacks your computer, your keys* aren't stored on it. Just keep them safe A paper wallet contains 2 keys (text) and most of the times 2 QR codes (one for each key). When your XRP is stored in your own wallet, the XRP's are yours. When your XRP is on an exchange, you might loose access to your XRP's (if the exchange goes offline, freezes your account, etc.) - so if you want to hold on to your XRP's for some time, better send them to your own wallet. How about the wallet keys? There are two keys: the public key (wallet address) and the private key (secret key). The wallet address starts with a r and the private key starts with the letter s. The wallet address is generated from the private key. This means you can loose your wallet address (the one starting with r) since you can just re-generate the same address from your private key. The private key is for your eyes only (!!!) - If someone has access to your private key they have access to all the funds stored in the Ripple wallet. Please don't share your private key, please don't store it somewhere in a document on your computer, and never enter it somewhere except if you trust the place you are entering the key. Your wallet address (starting with r) is kind of your "XRP Wallet bank account number". You can send XRP to this wallet. You can check the transactions from your wallet (more below, 'consult'). Your private key (starting with s) is kind of your PIN + Username + Password for online banking: you can access all your funds and send them somewhere. Risky! How to generate a paper wallet There are many places offering to generate your paper wallet, however: some of them can't be trusted. Imagine the website generating the wallet stores the generated values, and waits untill you deposit your XRP: since they have the private key they can steal your funds. I prefer generating a wallet with open source code, so the geeks can audit the source code. Here you can find a wallet generator I trust: https://ihomp.github.io/ripply-paper-wallet/coldwallet-SHA1-cdfbe3260927b6073180a1099f02ef99ce0495e8.html. Security If you want to be sure the generated values aren't stored, you can download the source-code, store it at your computer, unplug your computer from the internet, reboot, generate, print, reboot and plugin the internet again. If you're a geek yourself, you can generate a wallet offline using the nodejs Ripple-Lib code. Here's a sample. How to get XRP into your wallet (deposit) Send XRP to your wallet address (starting with r). Most exchanges offer to withdraw XRP. You can enter your wallet address as the recipient. If you are asked for a destination tag and the address you are sending the XRP to is your own paper wallet, you can leave the _destination tag_ empty or enter a zero (0). The destination tag can only contain numbers, and can be used to distinguish funds entering your wallet. How to check my balance Since the XRP ledger is open to the world, the whole world can check your balance. However: as long as you keep your wallet address to yourself, no one will know the wallet belongs to you. To check your balance, you can use one of the publicly available tools, and enter your wallet address. I like these two: https://bithomp.com/explorer/ https://ripple.com/build/ripple-info-tool/ Of course you can install a wallet on your phone or computer and check your balance with the app; the app can be used to transfer/withdraw your XRP as well. For iOS and Android, give Toast Wallet a spin. NOTE: If you decide to use one of the available wallets, remember you have to enter your private key. Only enter the private key if you trust the app. Remember: if anyone gains control over your private key, they can steal your funds! However: since Toast Wallet is open source, everyone can audit the source code. How to get XRP out of your wallet (transfer/withdraw) To send XRP from your wallet to another wallet address (like the wallet address of an exchange) you need to generate a transaction and sign the transaction with your private key. You can do this with any XRP wallet you trust. If you install wallet software you can enter your private key to allow the wallet software to sign your transaction. If you install Toast Wallet on your iOS or Android device, you can set a PIN code, and then go to: Add wallet Existing wallet Enter the private key in the first field, leave the address field empty (it will be generated from the private key). Enter a description and pick a password. You need the password to confirm transactions for this wallet in Toast Wallet. If you want to use Gatehub, you can access your own wallet: Wallet <+> (Add wallet) Import (enter your Gatehub password) Enter your Secret Key
  5. Hello all, I'm new to the forum. It's awesome that you started this place for all things XRP. It's now in my bookmarks Thank you. The reason for my post is that since the SEC vs Ripple lawsuit started I cannot trade my XRP on Coinbase. I have quite a few coins there in a Coinbase Wallet I and would like to move them to another wallet I have at Gatehub. How would I do this, I'm not familiar with the procedure. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. Hi, I have been quite careful and had a Ripple Toast Wallet and had over 1500 Ripple in the wallet. Recently I sent some Ripple to another wallet (only 10 XRP). To my horror, all of my Ripple seemed to disappear in my toast wallet after sending just 10xrp as a test. The wallet is showing not activated now but I can still see my transactions. For the 1500 that were originally sent to my wallet. Can anyone help me please? This is quite a large sum of money just now. thanks for any help in advance!
  7. i signed my eth wallet on my ripple address for spark airdrop. but all of my ripple are deleted and sent to an inactive address. i dont do that. how i can restore my xrp ? i just signed my eth in exodus wallet. this is my transaction id https://xrpscan.com/tx/4EFD8C5A07B6DEBCB056B6216F0E18929F7514B01FA99FA545F3A23B5876CA2C
  8. Hey everyone, I am using toast wallet since 2018, but as they are not in service anymore I want to shift my funds to a better or equally good paper wallet. After some research I found "Bithomp" as the only viable option. Kindly share your thoughts about Bithomp & give me some recommendations (if any). I am not ready to invest into hardware wallet at the moment, hence I am looking for paper wallet recommendations only. After some research, I am quite sure that wallets like "Coinomi, Exodus & Atomic" are not secure like paper wallets. So, they are out of the list already. TIA
  9. Hi! I am a beginner when it comes to crypto. Recently I bought around 100 xrp via binance and decided it would be more secure to transfer the funds into a desktop wallets. However, not all of them accept ripple and apparently Ripple Labs enforced this rule have 20 xrp taken from you just to activate your account. Is there a way to ditch this? I have currently tried Exodus and Atomic Wallet and it didnt work.
  10. I need some testnet XRP to play with my accounts in testnet. I found out this https://ripple.com/build/xrp-test-net/ my Q is.. How do i transfer the XRP from the above wallet to my own testnet wallet i am running in my stock node.
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  12. Hi there, first post here. I opened a Ripple client account back in 2012/13. I wrote down everything i was told, account password, account name and secret account key. I was told that these details were very important, and i would need them if i ever needed to recover my wallet or account. All of these details i still have. I considered my investment in Ripple to be long term, so in that respect, i was not going to constantly keep track of it. I cannot remember the exact amount, but there are approx. 3000 XRP tokens in this account. Time went on, and i apparently missed the window for migrating to Ripple Trade, but knew i could still migrate to GateHub. So, safe in the knowledge i had the correct details, i signed up with GateHub and tried to migrate my account. To my HORROR(!), it said my secret key was INVALID!! I then did a Google, and it turns out others seem to be having similar difficulties. I have since tried several other means to recover the wallet, including the old Ripple Trade. It says 'Unable to recover account user does not exist'. I have tried opening new wallets and importing the secret key, but it still says the secret key is invalid. I have learned that the secret key begins with an 's' and is 29 characters long. I can tell you that MINE is 'ss' and 29 characters long. All are legal characters, i checked. I am absolutely sure i wrote it down correctly, as i wrote it down in three seperate places, all of them correspond. How can this be? I did everything correct, and now i would like access to my XRP. I am awaiting to hear from Ripple support. I would very much appreciate any assistance the community can give.
  13. Hi All, This morning I received notification from Authy that my SMS number has been updated. It took 4 days or so but at least it is done, now I need a little help from users here please. What is the best, safest, fastest and most convenient way to migrate from RippleTrade? Until a few minutes ago I was under the impression that the migration from RippleTrade had to be via Gatehub (and was not too happy about reading problems that users here are having with them) but noticed in this link that it is not the case: https://ripple.com/knowledge_center/wallet-providers/ My primary criteria about migrating is that I prefer to not send my ID to an online organisation that I know very little about regardless of what their current status is because after losing money in the Cryptsy debacle I have very little trust left. Any organisation receiving my ID will effectively keep it after I transfer my XRP on to a Rippex Desktop wallet almost immediately. Is there a way around this? Based on the scenario that I am about to login in to RippleTrade to migrate. Please advise: 1) can I migrate directly to my Rippex Desktop wallet? if so, is there a need to send my ID to RippleTrade or Rippex? 2) if I were to migrate to an online wallet, are there any out there that I can migrate to without sending my ID? if so, which ones? 3) if I were to migrate to an online wallet and send my ID as part of the migration or new wallet sign-up process, which do you feel is the most bonafide, reputable and trustworthy one and why would you recommend it? Any input, feedback or advice will be appreciated therefore a big thank you in advance to anyone who replies here. Thank you
  14. Heads up -- KeepKey vulnerability: https://blog.kraken.com/post/3245/flaw-found-in-keepkey-crypto-hardware-wallet/
  15. HI, 2 questions about Toast wallet on Windows 10 .. 1 - Apart from being portable, is there any benefit using the Windows 10 Installer over the Portable Executable ( or vice versa )? 2 - I've been playing around with uninstalliing/securing Toast Wallet and found that if you move/delete the "IndexedDB" folder in C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\ToastWallet then the wallet effectively resets. When you next run the executable, instead of your already set up PIN screen it takes you to the Licence Agreement screen for setting up a new wallet. Restoring this folder then restores your wallet. Is it safe to say that hard deleting these files would be all it takes to "uninstall" your actual wallet from a PC ? Reason I'm asking - I'm looking to create a Veracrypt encrypted archive of my Toast wallet, containing just the portable executable and these IndexedDB files. This way I can effectively keep my Ripple Wallet offline when not in use as without these files, if someone gains access to my PC and opens Toast they would just get the startup Licence Agreement screen and process for setting up a new Wallet. Uninstalling Toast does not do this as the "C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\ToastWallet" files are not deleted when uninstalling. And yes I'm aware of the risk of a keylogger getting my Veracrypt password and then somehow opening the archive and copying these files back and cracking my Toast PIN and getting my Ripple, happy to take that risk. I will also be taking a Toast Wallet backup as per the instructions and locking that away seperately. I just need to know if deleting/locking these IndexDB files is enough to prevent access to my Toast wallet. Cheers, Dave
  16. I'm working with XRP testnet and I want to make a demo with it. But I would need an app wallet for android device. I search for a android wallet which might have testnet settings but found nothing, any advice? Please!
  17. Blog URL: https://coil.com/p/Hodor/The-XRP-Community-Fund-Foundation/dM4UuCJ5n The XRP Community Fund Foundation is primed to change the landscape of XRP; In today's blog I answer some of the questions people have posed and provide more background on the organization. And of course, there's something a little 'extra' for Coil subscribers at the end! I hope you enjoy the read: Please feel free to share my blog with a friend or share it on any other platform - and thanks for doing so! My blog announcement links on other platforms: Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Reddit r/CoilCommunity Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  18. I took a few nights to go ahead and build a site with most of Ripple's functionality. It's essentially a 1-page cold-wallet version of RippleTrade. Everything is client-side and nothing stored or processed by any servers other than the Ripple network. https://www.theworldexchange.net/ Hopefully this spurs more interest in people using Ripple as more than just a currency.
  19. Morning all, I am holding a small amount of XRP using the TrustWallet app. When setting the wallet up you are provided 12 words as your recovery back-up. I am not techy in the slightest so any explanation/help given here will need to be basic please. I understand about keeping these words safe, not online, sharing with no one etc. But it occurred to me if TrustWallet suddenly ceased to exist, can these 12 words be actually used to access my funds or are they app specific and irrelevant elsewhere - and if so, how? I read a recent blog by @TiffanyHayden which explained it well for me to understand but the secret key she used in the example wasnt a list of words is was a long sequence beginning with an 's'. Any explanation and advice greatly appreciated.
  20. We are happy to announce that we have just released the first version of the SystemD Desktop Wallet. Linux and Windows versions are now available for download: https://github.com/VokezOfficial/systemd-desktop-wallet/releases/tag/v1.5.1 We also have a versions for OS X, 32 bit and 64 bit. Although we have not been able to test them. If there is anyone who would like to test the OS X version(s), please let us know and we will provide you with OS X download links. All feedback is welcomed!
  21. Edit: I did a guide : Create secure Paperwallet, This guide is based on ripple.com https://chaos-artonline.com/xrp.php --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi. What is the best software to create XRP Paper- Wallets ? I look for a secure methode to create one. i dont trust Websites to create my Paper-Wallets - too easy to Scam -
  22. 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 )
  23. Hi all xrp enthusiasts, I have a question I couldn't find in discussions about the 20 xrp needed to open an account on the ledger, which are blocked after the account creation. First let's dream and say all humans on Earth decide to open an account on the ledger. it means 7 billions accounts for 140 billions xrp total (7billions people * 20xrp) which is more than the 100 billions xrp out there. Now let's go back to reality, when I am writing now, there are 1 347 165 accounts which means 26 943 300 xrp are hold in the ledger forever. With a growing utilisation it means that more and more xrp will be blocked. I know there is the possibility to vote to lower the need of xrp blocked on each new account but even with this, if there are 100 times more accounts in the future, it means that about 2 to 3 billions xrp will be hold on the ledger which is about 3% of all xrp, that sounds a lot to me. Is there further thinking in this ? I mean it seems like the xrp isn't made right now for a global use. If the account opening cost was about 1 xrp it would be more realistic on a global human scale, because it would mean about 7 billions xrp blocked on the ledger dedicated to account opening. Also don't forget some people could want several different accounts. It's also possible that if in the future xrp costs more, the account opening will become very expensive in fiat money. These are just some questions I was wondering about because of a possible online wallet business I could make where every users would have their own xrp accounts. Basically a service for simple xrp account creation and managing but not in the way exchange do it, because exchanges actually use 1 to 10 accounts on the ledger and then manage it internally. My purpose was to let people have their own xrp account but I guess such a service would dramatically block a lot of xrp. Thanks for reading, I hope I was clear. Regards.
  24. Hi all, By safe, I'm not only referring to security, but also to the ease of restoring a wallet with all its funds from a PC failure. As long as the secret key, for restoring passwords is safe and as long as the wallet file + regular key are safely stored, the restoration of wallet and funds should be easy, correct? did anyone have an experience where they had to restore a wallet?
  25. I'm taking a quick survey to get an updated snapshot of XRPChat's favorite wallets. I've purposefully excluded most exchange wallets, because these do not ordinarily allow full control of the wallet (they do not ordinarily allow you to establish a wallet with a secret key that only you know). The only exception that I could think of was Gatehub, but anybody can correct me if I'm wrong about that. I certainly might have overlooked a wallet or two, so please let me know if that's the case. Thanks & please leave any comments below.
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