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April 21, 2013, 12:52:39 PM
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Giving away ~$5 worth of BTC/LTC/TRC (mixed, our choice) to the first 100 replies. Ripple haters welcome.

To participate:

1) Set up your ripple address on the DividendRippler.com site.  DividendRippler OP
2) Post/PM your ripple address after registering on the site.
3) We will send specie payments of BTC / LTC / TRC to the issue addresses. I'll reply with the tx(s). Total will be ~$5 worth. Our choice what to send, you get what you get.

edit: ** Forgot to mention ** You will need to trust DividendRippler.com for an amount greater than what I send. If this happens, you'll need to flag the server to try it again by sending an XRP.

Do whatever you wish with the coins - trade them, deposit in bitstamp, or just withdraw them. To trade them in ripple, the issuing address will need to be DividendRippler.com (rfYv1TXnwgDDK4WQNbFALykYuEBnrR4pDX). But payments should just ripple through the system, if a path is found.

We'd like to get responses about the user experience, and of course any bugs.

To be eligible:
* Must have at least +32 posts to qualify.
* Only 1 giveaway per ripple address per user.

** To clear up some confusion: We have called this an 'anonymous' gateway. By anonymous, we don't mean a mixer. Anonymous means no username & password needed to use the gateway.

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April 21, 2013, 01:01:17 PM
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ripple.com/wallet seems to be down for me.

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April 21, 2013, 01:05:44 PM
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ripple.com/wallet seems to be down for me.

I'm able to connect to my ripple wallet.

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April 21, 2013, 01:35:29 PM
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Registered with rwuBdVnkA9keuCCWdFwRCcmE2rKvkUJppf

1XRP is a little steep though.. couldn't you achieve the same confirmation/registration with a 0.00001XRP transfer Smiley
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April 21, 2013, 01:41:44 PM
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I have finished connecting to DR, my ripple is:

rsiJxqi8dQMP5pGjtw7ayZegKxPinyMrhf

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April 21, 2013, 01:44:22 PM
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LOL TTbit, a project of mine was called TTBits.

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April 21, 2013, 01:45:21 PM
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Registered with rwuBdVnkA9keuCCWdFwRCcmE2rKvkUJppf

1XRP is a little steep though.. couldn't you achieve the same confirmation/registration with a 0.00001XRP transfer Smiley

I guess I'd disagree that 1 XRP is too steep.

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April 21, 2013, 01:48:55 PM
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I have finished connecting to DR, my ripple is:

rsiJxqi8dQMP5pGjtw7ayZegKxPinyMrhf


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April 21, 2013, 01:49:23 PM
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I was about to do it, but I gave up. Wasn't comfortable with the risks and these IOU(I owe you?). I don't like to owe people!

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April 21, 2013, 01:50:20 PM
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April 21, 2013, 01:52:03 PM
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April 21, 2013, 01:54:27 PM
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Whoops. Not set up. You'll need to hit register then send 1 XRP to the address to prove you own it. Once you get Issue Addresses, you are set up (that is where I will send the coins)

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April 21, 2013, 01:55:48 PM
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I was about to do it, but I gave up. Wasn't comfortable with the risks and these IOU(I owe you?). I don't like to owe people!

But he owes me now Smiley

I guess I'd disagree that 1 XRP is too steep.

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Well, I was assuming you were just using it to confirm ownership of the ripple account, in which case a 0.00001 would be equally effective.  But if you want to use it as an opportunity to make a profit perhaps label it as a charge or registration fee just to be clear.

Love the concept though, thanks for the freebies..

The "Movement table" was quite handy to show me that I also needed to trust you for LTC and TRC..

One question, when you want to issue me some BTC iou I can see you sent the actual BTC to a seperate BTC address on its own.. how come? wouldnt it be easier for you to not move the BTC and just issue the IOU?
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April 21, 2013, 02:00:16 PM
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I was about to do it, but I gave up. Wasn't comfortable with the risks and these IOU(I owe you?). I don't like to owe people!

But he owes me now Smiley

I guess I'd disagree that 1 XRP is too steep.

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BTC: 0.006 (ce10951aca) LTC: 0.885 (aede2b175a ) TRC: 4.974 (c6872afc47)

Well, I was assuming you were just using it to confirm ownership of the ripple account, in which case a 0.00001 would be equally effective.  But if you want to use it as an opportunity to make a profit perhaps label it as a charge or registration fee just to be clear.

Love the concept though, thanks for the freebies..

The "Movement table" was quite handy to show me that I also needed to trust you for LTC and TRC..

One question, when you want to issue me some BTC iou I can see you sent the actual BTC to a seperate BTC address on its own.. how come? wouldnt it be easier for you to not move the BTC and just issue the IOU?

You are correct, any amount of XRP would do. In fact there is a social engineering angle to using exactly 1.000 XRP. It may be changed to a smaller, random amount.

In the OP, I did list the 1 XRP as a fee.

Why am I sending 'real BTC' for IOUs? One point of the giveaway is to show how to get funds into ripple. Anyone can send to your personal issue addresses for ripple credit.

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April 21, 2013, 02:01:44 PM
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I was about to do it, but I gave up. Wasn't comfortable with the risks and these IOU(I owe you?). I don't like to owe people!

You don't 'owe' us anything! When you hold DR IOUs, DR owes you.

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April 21, 2013, 02:05:00 PM
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I just convinced myself I don't really understand ripple all that well. I mean, I have 20k ripples from the ripple giveaway, but how do I use them?

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April 21, 2013, 02:09:42 PM
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Why am I sending 'real BTC' for IOUs? One point of the giveaway is to show how to get funds into ripple. Anyone can send to your personal issue addresses for ripple credit.

Oh right, yeah that makes sense.  I had forgotten about the step of actually needing to send you funds because I was being cheap and getting freebies Smiley

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April 21, 2013, 02:11:49 PM
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I just convinced myself I don't really understand ripple all that well. I mean, I have 20k ripples from the ripple giveaway, but how do I use them?

We're hoping to change that. It takes a very raw way to look at banking and IOUs. But once the mindset is there, it becomes clear. There is an "AHA" moment that is needed. For example - how would you explain twitter to someone 25 years ago?

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April 21, 2013, 02:12:46 PM
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Why am I sending 'real BTC' for IOUs? One point of the giveaway is to show how to get funds into ripple. Anyone can send to your personal issue addresses for ripple credit.

Oh right, yeah that makes sense.  I had forgotten about the step of actually needing to send you funds because I was being cheap and getting freebies Smiley



Well please try to withdraw them after playing around, and let us know of any issues.

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