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Hi guys, need some help since I'm a newbie. I transfered some xrp to my ledger nano s.  The address I have entered was the eth address , cos I thought it uses same address.

The transaction is completed sending to the address but I unable to see it in my wallet. Is there I need to do or I have made a mistake sending to the eth address? Kindly help me on this.

 

Thanks in advance 

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You'll need to contact Binance support - presumably the XRP is stuck somewhere in an internal system because ETH and XRP addresses aren't the same format at all. Don't know why Binance would even allow you to do that...

Do Binance provide a transaction ID by any chance that you could look up on either an ETH or XRP block explorer?

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1 hour ago, at3n said:

You'll need to contact Binance support - presumably the XRP is stuck somewhere in an internal system because ETH and XRP addresses aren't the same format at all. Don't know why Binance would even allow you to do that...

Do Binance provide a transaction ID by any chance that you could look up on either an ETH or XRP block explorer?

Yeah, there's no way that could have been accepted as a transaction on the XRPL, right? The validators would kick it out for having an invalid address. The good news should be that Binance has your XRP somewhere and should be able to return it to you if you go through customer support.

Unless... (and this is getting way out in the weeds)... BSC runs the EVM, right? And I know know there's a BEP2 version of XRP that they use for trading on the Trust Wallet DEX. Is it possible they sent BEP2 XRP to the BSC wallet with the same address as the Ethereum wallet that was entered. You're right that they should in no way allow a cross-ledger transaction like this to ever go through. But it's Binance; is it possible?

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15 minutes ago, brianwalden said:

Unless... (and this is getting way out in the weeds)... BSC runs the EVM, right? And I know know there's a BEP2 version of XRP that they use for trading on the Trust Wallet DEX. Is it possible they sent BEP2 XRP to the BSC wallet with the same address as the Ethereum wallet that was entered. You're right that they should in no way allow a cross-ledger transaction like this to ever go through. But it's Binance; is it possible?

I don't know anything about BEP2 I'm afraid, and while I'm interested, it's the wrong time on a Friday to go diving into it now :D

I'd hope that there would be a clear distinction between which chain you were withdrawing to, but stranger things have happened I suppose. I'll try look into it over the weekend out of interest.

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7 hours ago, Sooria said:

Hi guys, need some help since I'm a newbie. I transfered some xrp to my ledger nano s.  The address I have entered was the eth address , cos I thought it uses same address.

The transaction is completed sending to the address but I unable to see it in my wallet. Is there I need to do or I have made a mistake sending to the eth address? Kindly help me on this.

 

Thanks in advance 

If you were not on the BEP2 network and you transferred your XRP on the XRP ledger,  it should be relatively easy to recover access to your funds. One way to verify this is to search for your transaction (by transaction id) on the XRP ledger using: https://bithomp.com/

Since you've transferred it to your own Wallet on ledger nano, you'll need to extract the private key from your ledger nano.

After you get the private key (in hex format), then you will need to download and install the Xumm XRP wallet (Andorid or iOS here: https://xumm.app/). Start up the wallet and import your extracted private key in (hex) - with 32 pairs of hex characters (for a total of 64 characters) prefixed with a '00' - using family seed format. This will let you view/spend your XRP balance at that particular address on the XRP ledger.

This is From the Xumm Support e-mail that I requested info about this function in Xumm a while ago:

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Great. This specific feature is somewhat hidden as HEX private keys are hardly being used, and if: by "pro" users. Other info (for users) is in the Support docs: https://support.xumm.app And for devs in the Developer docs: https://xumm.readme.io Feel free to let is know if info is missing!

If you don't want to use Xumm and still use ledger.. you will need to switch your network from eth to xrp ledger (don't know if that's even possible in ledger as I don't use it). and use the same private key you're using for eth.

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