ObservantOne Posted July 6, 2017 Share Posted July 6, 2017 Hello everyone! As the title suggests, I am concerned with the storage methods of XRP. Recently, I have heard people mention trouble with the Jatchili client, as well as other wallets, when sending/retrieving XRP. I am very leery of installing a wallet on my WIN7 PC, as there are many vulnerabilities, some of which we are not even told about until years down the road. I have not completed the setup of my Linux Mint Cinnamon as an air-gapped computer is still not secure. Recently, we have been made aware of NSA malware, OutlawCountry, that was distributed by ShadowBrokers. I have two Ledger Nano S hardware wallets, and they confuse the crap out of me: if every wallet on the Nano is required to have it's own unique secret key, and each secret key requires it's own unique 24 word seed, how can the Ledger Nano retrieve ALL secret keys with it's OWN 24 word seed if your secret keys are not stored anywhere? The purpose of the hardware wallet was to secure my Secret keys ON THE DEVICE, not stored somewhere for the Ledger to retrieve. How is this possible? Another question: Does anyone know of any wallet that is being developed where the developer does not have access to your secret keys, only generating the keys on the device as it is connected to the XRPL? We all need a secure way to claim our XRP. If there are wallets/software developed for banks/MMs to use it as an asset in a secure way, then there should be for commercial use as well. I would imagine a Hardware wallet with a large storage capacity would suffice (allowing for the addition of other wallets in the future). Help with this would be appreciated! O-1 Hodlezerper 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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