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Exciting project - I look forward to seeing it develop!  I use a combination of Bithomp, ripplerm, theworldexchange etc to perform actions offline from a Tails USB key on a Mac.  Would be great if your project has the capability to be used for offline use (I see that's in the roadmap) on a  secure platform computer - perhaps even an end-user downloadable ISO that includes Linux and your tool pre-installed, to aid faster adoption for those wanting such things.

I look forward to seeing more.  Well done

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That's fantastic and I wish you every success.  Your timing is perfect I think.

May I suggest that you consider adding a QR interface to paper wallets such as the Rippex etc...   It's exactly what I'm trying to do right now and a solution would be most welcome.   :) 

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4 hours ago, Tinyaccount said:

That's fantastic and I wish you every success.  Your timing is perfect I think.

May I suggest that you consider adding a QR interface to paper wallets such as the Rippex etc...   It's exactly what I'm trying to do right now and a solution would be most welcome.   :) 

Thanks!! :) You mean functionality to read and generate QR images? That's certainly doable for v1.0.0+.

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Just now, RareData said:

Thanks!! :) You mean functionality to read and generate QR images? That's certainly doable for v1.0.0+.

Yes,  if say Rippex or any other Wallet generates a offline signed transaction it would be useful to be able to turn that TXT  into a QR that can then be seen by an online reader/submitter.   Just a suggestion since I had a paper wallet and loaded it on to a Rippex wallet on a offline PC and wanted to QR the tran for submission.

I ended up installing ToastWallet on the offline PC and now it can QR to a online Toast so I'm sorted,  but I'm sure there are many paper wallet holders who would use the capability if it was available.   Just a suggestion...

I also just want to say again that I think it's awesome that devs like you create so much cool stuff to grow the ecosystem...  respect...

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20 minutes ago, RareData said:

Since I'm inspired by Brad's peanut butter manifesto, I most likely won't release and maintain downloadable ISO files. However, I'll make sure the XRP Toolkit client remains open-source and downloadable, ready for offline use.

Instead, I'll focus on additional hardware wallet integrations. The Ledger hardware wallet can already be used to securely send XRP payments directly from e.g. Google Chrome. The hardware wallet's secure element is per definition a secure platform.

Fabulous.  I'll be sure to test it in an offline cold OS configuration.  If you'd like me to assist here at some point, let me know!

Keep up the great work - it's appreciated!

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2 hours ago, Tinyaccount said:

Yes,  if say Rippex or any other Wallet generates a offline signed transaction it would be useful to be able to turn that TXT  into a QR that can then be seen by an online reader/submitter.   Just a suggestion since I had a paper wallet and loaded it on to a Rippex wallet on a offline PC and wanted to QR the tran for submission.

I ended up installing ToastWallet on the offline PC and now it can QR to a online Toast so I'm sorted,  but I'm sure there are many paper wallet holders who would use the capability if it was available.   Just a suggestion...

I also just want to say again that I think it's awesome that devs like you create so much cool stuff to grow the ecosystem...  respect...

For stable v1.0.0, I'm planning to add functionality to submit/broadcast already signed transactions.

Would it fulfill your use-case if the XRP Toolkit could read QR images, representing signed transactions? And in offline mode, if you could sign transactions and output QR images?

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4 hours ago, RareData said:

For stable v1.0.0, I'm planning to add functionality to submit/broadcast already signed transactions.

Would it fulfill your use-case if the XRP Toolkit could read QR images, representing signed transactions? And in offline mode, if you could sign transactions and output QR images?

Yes that is exactly it.   I'm already sorted,   but I'm sure there is a significant number of people with paper wallets who would have that need.

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Just to clarify, I contacted The World Exchange and Bithomp developers to offer my help. Kudos to The World Exchange for adding the most important header, HTTP strict transport security, within an hour! I'm still waiting for a reply from Bithomp and decided to also reach out to Wietse, responsible for the XRP Tip Bot.

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Looking forward to the beta in Q3. Thanks for your efforts :bb:

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Bithomp finally replied and has now added most security headers. Their content security policy contains some unsafe directives, but Bithomp.com is now much more secure.

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The XRP Toolkit is still on schedule for a first beta release in Q3 (September). I'm really looking forward to receiving feedback from you guys and being able to release way more details. The XRP Toolkit will be available at https://www.xrptoolkit.com, once it's ready for release. Multiple login options, account overview, XRP payments, account settings and the UI/UX seen on this screenshot, will be available in the first release:

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