meegwell Posted September 19, 2019 Share Posted September 19, 2019 I had a rippex wallet years ago and obviously they are no longer. I have and still make deposits to my wallet, and I have my secret key associated with said wallet stored securely offline. As my xrp account grows, I have increasing anxiety about whether or not I can access the XRP. At a minimum, I would like to do some sort of simple test - I have at least two other wallets, exchange-based, for various reasons with much smaller balances, coinbase and something else I dont recall at the moment. Is transferring a small amount of XRP from my primary (former rippex) wallet to say the coinbase exchange wallet a safe way to test that I can access my XRP? Going forward, and assuming all is good related to the above test, am I OK just keeping things as-is: know my wallet key and periodically check the balance and make deposits; have my private key securely stored and safe offline. ?? Or should I change this setup to a hard wallet for some reason? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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