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Trouble sending out of ripple desktop wallet


Riwzlo
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Every time I try to send money out of my wallet it doesn't work, and I get an error. I've tried to send to different wallets on different exchanges, and different amounts of ripple.

Any thoughts?

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You might get warnings about high fees or ledger count too high, but it shouldn't fail.  I was trading just fine during the selloffs when Poloniex/Gatehub went down.  Do you have a more specific error?

You can try the cold wallet I set up here to see if you get the same issue:

https://www.theworldexchange.net/

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I haven't seen that specific error. If someone who is experiencing "Payment Failed" errors could PM me their ripple address, I'd appreciate it. I'd like to see if the transactions are confirming but not making the payment or if they're not getting on the ledger at all. There are a few possibilities I can think of:

1) The server you're talking to is unstable at the moment you submit your payment. Disconnecting and reconnecting can help as you may get a different server.

2) The fee your wallet supplied is inadequate. Currently, about 6,000 drops is about right if you want the transaction to get in within 10 seconds or so.

3) The ledger validity window your wallet is using is too tight. For a low-fee transaction, 5 or 6 is recommended.

4) You're doing a cross-currency payment, and your SendMax is too low. I think most clients allow for 1% slippage. The market may be moving more than that on some assets that aren't very liquid on the ledger.

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I'm in the same boat. I've raised the max fee to 5XRP, and added server s1.ripple.com  which didn't seem to help. Seems like only 1 out of 100 attempts is working.

Trying hosted wallets doesn't help either, gatehub, world transaction, and ripplerm all give the "LastLedgerSequence exceeded" or timeout error message.

I'm thinking it's the public servers being DDOS'd.

Can someone running their own rippleD verify if they can submit transactions?

I'm wanting to setup my own rippleD if that will work. Is there any easy setup guide somewhere?

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You shouldn't need a fee of more than 10,000 drops (.01 XRP) at most. We're investigating the stability of some of the servers that face clients, they're stability is not as high as it should be. You can try refreshing the page to get a new server connection and retrying in a minute or so.

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15 hours ago, JoelKatz said:

 

You shouldn't need a fee of more than 10,000 drops (.01 XRP) at most. We're investigating the stability of some of the servers that face clients, they're stability is not as high as it should be. You can try refreshing the page to get a new server connection and retrying in a minute or so.

Any word on this? I haven't been able to send out of my rippex wallet on osx for 2 days. Starting to lose faith

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I have the same problem on OSX. After I created the wallet, I sent a few hundred XRP to the wallet, they were received. Then I sent a few back to Poloniex and it worked fine.

So, I sent all of my Ripple to the wallet. For 3 or 4 days I have gotten an error message "payment failed" when trying to send out of the wallet. I've tried varying amounts.

Now, I just raised the limit for sending Ripple from the default .2 level to 5. And I successfully sent 100 Ripple to Poloniex (though it was pending for a few seconds first). I checked the transaction and the fee was .000012 XRP. Then I turned it back to .2 and sent 50 XRP and it worked again (fee of .006189). What is going on here? Can some of you employees share what is going on with the Ripple Network? (I don't mean this as sarcasm, but if Ripple can handle thousands of transactions per second and we are no where near those numbers, what is going on?)

I notice 99.85 XRP are showing as having arrived from the first send. Shouldn't it be 99.999988 total? And the 2nd transaction is showing up as 49.85. Is this normal?

Thanks in advance

 

 

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I suspect you're probably trying to send more XRP than the amount of spendable XRP in your wallet. Every account on the ledger has a reserve of at least 20 XRP. If you PM me your ripple address (the string that starts with an "r"), I can check.

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