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what are people using instead of metamask since their protocol doesnt support the token


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apparently metamask cant function with xrp...thats the silliest thing ive heard in a long time. why not for 1, but 2, are we just supposed to forget about it and move on? i lost 24k because nobody told me that sacrificing for pulsex was impossible

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1) MetaMask is a wallet for blockchains that run the Ethereum Virtual Machine. It doesn't work for other types of blockchains like Bitcoin, the XRPL, Cosmos-based chains, etc. Basically it only works for Ethereum-based chains and that's by design, not a bug.

2) You're not supposed to do anything. Do what you want.

3) XUMM is the most popular XRPL wallet, but remember the XRPL is not a smart contract network. It can't do everything that Ethereum does.

4) It sounds like maybe missing out on your PulseX investment may have been a blessing in disguise. Maybe slow down and get a better understanding of how different things work first. Crypto is a high-wire act without a safety net - it's very easy to get rekt if you don't know what you're doing.

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2 hours ago, brianwalden said:

3) XUMM is the most popular XRPL wallet, but remember the XRPL is not a smart contract network. It can't do everything that Ethereum does.

They're anticipating/developing/waiting for the hooks amendment to come into effect on the XRPL I guess. Then it sounds like XUMM and others will be able to start launching a new suite of tools - new to the XRPL at least. 

I'm quite literally going grey while waiting, but I still have faith this stuff will come to fruition one day. Speed, negligible fees and smart contract capabilities. XRPL ftw or something. 

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27 minutes ago, RipMcGillicuddy said:

Speed, negligible fees and smart contract capabilities.

You can get this on pretty much any smart chain except Ethereum. The XRPL will have a have a tough time competing.

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3 hours ago, brianwalden said:

1) MetaMask is a wallet for blockchains that run the Ethereum Virtual Machine. It doesn't work for other types of blockchains like Bitcoin, the XRPL, Cosmos-based chains, etc. Basically it only works for Ethereum-based chains and that's by design, not a bug.

2) You're not supposed to do anything. Do what you want.

3) XUMM is the most popular XRPL wallet, but remember the XRPL is not a smart contract network. It can't do everything that Ethereum does.

4) It sounds like maybe missing out on your PulseX investment may have been a blessing in disguise. Maybe slow down and get a better understanding of how different things work first. Crypto is a high-wire act without a safety net - it's very easy to get rekt if you don't know what you're doing.

Made an account just to ask this question: 

XRPL doesn't support smart contracts at the moment, so what exactly can the XRPL do? I know you can send and receive transactions but what is the full list of current things that it is used for? 

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2 minutes ago, GeorgieLarosa said:

Made an account just to ask this question: 

XRPL doesn't support smart contracts at the moment, so what exactly can the XRPL do? I know you can send and receive transactions but what is the full list of current things that it is used for? 

In short, yes, but there's more. The XRPL is a multicurrency ledger with an order book DEX built in at the protocol level. It had a lot of potential in 2013 which has been squandered in the search for institutional liquidity instead of building a functional crypto ecosystem. As more and more smart chains develop multi-chain solutions, the XRPL's use case becomes less and less unique.

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