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2 minutes ago, hanemo said:

Only me?

Apparently not, if you read this thread.

It seems the public servers are being overloaded at the moment, you can operate your own server or try to find a different one to connect to. Alternatively wait until there are not that many people trying to use some free limited resources.

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9 minutes ago, kanaas said:

Seems like now it is just Gatehub still having this issues ? 

Those bastards are still using Ripple Inc. public rippleds </sarcasm> come on you guys, at least non other than a hub of gateways should have their own rippled!

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2 minutes ago, Sukrim said:

Apparently not, if you read this thread.

I read :)
Thanks.
Is this problem  occured by Coincheck?
Coincheck server had been downed about 4h before. 
And now, they are restricting buying xrp now.

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I understand that this answer applies to only a subset of you, but here it goes: if you were running a local instance of `rippled` and using that you would almost certainly not be experiencing any issues.

For those that can't do that (and I understand many - perhaps even most - can't): we're on it.

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26 minutes ago, Mercury said:

Why did I just visualize a fluttering cape with the Ripple logo on it?

 

This is because the Ripple Inc folks ARE hereos; Never forget it.  Also, everyone should really, really be thanking Ryan Fugger right now in lieu of the price.

Edited by Twarden

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For an update on the underlying cause behind this please check out https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/4372-about-time-to-scale-rcl/?do=findComment&comment=42865. It should start to settle down, as we begin deploying a fix tomorrow.

One thing to note is that running a rippled server can help ensure better quality of service for you than you could get by relying on s1.ripple.com, or other Ripple Inc. server instances.

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