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New lightweight and secure XRP wallet, network monitor, and development platform


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Greetings and happy Rippling !  Long time lurker, first time poster. I'm pleased to announce the first alpha release of XRRP, the newest XRP wallet on the scene!  XRRP is geared to provide a minimalist, user-friendly, XRP Account Manager and Ledger explorer, built ontop of a vetted & hardened stack.

http://xrrp.morsi.org

What's in the box:

- A full-featured XRP Wallet and Key Manager, complete with secure storage and payment mechanisms
- Market integration, query for XRP quotes against multiple exchanges / intervals
- Ledger explorer - view account distributions, tags, and more
- Real time network monitor and status reporting
- A powerful and extensible framework which can be used to build custom analysis plugins and remittance applications


Why another XRP wallet you might ask? While existing solutions are useful and address various use cases, none provide the security and robustness needed by today's Crypto-[Banker|Trader|Quant]. XRRP is an easy-to use text-based application, built onto of NCurses, a well-maintained interface library with over 30 years of development! This means to manage your funds, you don't need a web browser, you don't even need a graphical user interface, both of which present unnecessary attack vectors for XRP fund managers who are concerned about security (which should be all of them). With XRRP you can interact with the blockchain using the minimal number moving components, while still using a human friendly interactive interface. All of this, while being Open Source !

But a picture is worth a thousand words (see attached)

More information can be found at the project website http://xrrp.morsi.org, including complete installation and usage instructions for multiple platforms. The project is still in its early stages and much more development and many new features are on the roadmap so stay tuned!

xrrp-distribution.png

xrrp-import-account.png

xrrp-status.png

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Just now, Fleshmeister said:

Man, looks like some old keylogger or someting, not scammy at all. 

Doesn't seem legit.

Guilty until proven innocent? :-D

 

All the source code is on my personal github for audit, plus it's pretty easy to see who I am from there.

 

-   Mo Morsi (professional computer engineer living /working in NY)

http://mo.morsi.org

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18 minutes ago, riptidel said:

Guilty until proven innocent? :-D

 

All the source code is on my personal github for audit, plus it's pretty easy to see who I am from there.

 

-   Mo Morsi (professional computer engineer living /working in NY)

http://mo.morsi.org

Absolutely, i rather be paranoid and wrong :) Can never be too cautious.  

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You got some work to do @riptidel this is 2018.
For a Die Hard programmer, this might seem like a Wet Dream.
But not for the average Joe, who just might need to change underwear after looking at your screendumps.

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@tulo yes, it simply dispatches to the official ripple-lib using nodejs. Figure that is the best / simplest solution until a native solution has been thoughourly vetted.

 

@zenkert I was actually going for a retro theme with this one. Afterall everything 80's is cool these days! I agree that some users will have different requirements and need a UI and/or Web Interfaces. This implementation targets power users who are looking for a simpler stack (one with less potential attack vectors). That being said, I'm not adverse to different frontends either, perhaps a generic wallet management / chain analysis framework with pluggable frontends would be a cool way to go!

 

Thanks for the feedback so far, looking forward to what's coming!

  -Mo

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  • 2 weeks later...

Just wanted to shout out with a quick update of the progress done in the last few weeks since the initial announcement.

 

First and foremost, the project has been renamed to Wipple and can be found at http://wipple.morsi.org/

 

Besides bug fixes and UI improvements, ledger integration has greatly been expanded in the latest release, with versions and transactions being persistently tracked. The UI currently renders the cumulative sum of recent payments send in different currencies across the network.

 

In addition to this, validator benchmarking has been added, with backed workers periodically pinging registered validators for response time, and long term performance reporting and tracking on the roadmap for the near future. The current results are rendered in the UI though we aim to provide options to run reports for offline access at some point.

 

There are also many more various tweaks and additions which can be found in the project repo. Stay tuned for more updates!

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