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July 14, 2018, 10:48:18 PM
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Hello , I would like get recommendations about which trustable Wallet for XRP ?
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July 14, 2018, 11:45:54 PM
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Thanks for replying
I will try Toast Wallet even I see some Negative Feedback in APPLE STORE when I try to install it but fine will try at own risk  Grin  until get some money to buy Ledger Wallet  Roll Eyes
About where to buy XRP with other coins via exchange without ids ect if you have any idea for help should be generous from you !
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July 15, 2018, 12:22:45 AM
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About where to buy XRP with other coins via exchange without ids ect if you have any idea for help should be generous from you !
I would use Binance. You can trade and withdrawal 2BTC worth of Ripple per day without needing to do any ID verification, which should be enough for you.

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July 15, 2018, 08:46:04 AM
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Hi. You can use one of the wallets on the exchanges:

https://www.binance.com
https://www.bitfinex.com
https://cex.io/
https://changelly.com
https://gate.io

Don't forget about 20 XRP!

The XRP Ledger applies reserve requirements, in XRP, to protect the shared global ledger from growing excessively large as the result of spam or malicious usage. The goal is to constrain the growth of the ledger to match improvements in technology so that a current commodity-level machine can always fit the current ledger in RAM and the full ledger history on disk.

To submit transactions, an address must hold a minimum amount of XRP in the shared global ledger. You cannot send this XRP to other addresses. To fund a new address, you must send enough XRP to meet the reserve requirement.

The current minimum reserve requirement is 20 XRP. (This is the cost of an address that owns no other objects in the ledger.)

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July 15, 2018, 05:44:37 PM
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Thanks guys for your recommendation
I finally vote for more safety , as I have old bittrex account of friend already verified ID ect
so I buy from there directly around 100 XRP to test market until buy an ledger wallet for more security and anonymously with all this phishing attacks I m scared for the future of my coins lol

About this one is big scam with Minergate Changelly And FreeWallet , look like same owner or group scamming miners no more withdraw available to direct wallet in Minergate Only via FreeWallet Scam .. so better boycott This campaigns !
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About this one is big scam with Minergate Changelly And FreeWallet , look like same owner or group scamming miners no more withdraw available to direct wallet in Minergate Only via FreeWallet Scam .. so better boycott This campaigns !
Sorry. I didn't know about that. Thank you for the information.

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July 15, 2018, 10:17:50 PM
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Hi. You can use one of the wallets on the exchanges:

https://www.binance.com
https://www.bitfinex.com
https://cex.io/
https://changelly.com
https://gate.io

Don't forget about 20 XRP!

The XRP Ledger applies reserve requirements, in XRP, to protect the shared global ledger from growing excessively large as the result of spam or malicious usage. The goal is to constrain the growth of the ledger to match improvements in technology so that a current commodity-level machine can always fit the current ledger in RAM and the full ledger history on disk.

To submit transactions, an address must hold a minimum amount of XRP in the shared global ledger. You cannot send this XRP to other addresses. To fund a new address, you must send enough XRP to meet the reserve requirement.

The current minimum reserve requirement is 20 XRP. (This is the cost of an address that owns no other objects in the ledger.)
It's not recommend to use exchanges as a wallets. You should keep coins/tokens in a wallet where you have full control of your funds. You shouldn' keep big amounts of money on exchanges because there are many stories about hacked exchanges, locked funds of users and etc.

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July 16, 2018, 01:12:26 AM
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It's not recommend to use exchanges as a wallets. You should keep coins/tokens in a wallet where you have full control of your funds. You shouldn' keep big amounts of money on exchanges because there are many stories about hacked exchanges, locked funds of users and etc.
Not only for this reason but because receiving XRP in an exchange wallet is way more difficult and may result in lost funds. Since you need 20 XRP to activate a wallet, the exchanges aren't going to lock 20 XRP for every new user - this is simple not feasible. So they only use a small group of addresses and require you to send your XRP with a tag (which indicates that the funds are being deposit in your account). If you don't, bye bye XRP.

Here is an example (depositing on Bitfinex): Ripple (XRP) Deposits & Withdrawals

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July 17, 2018, 09:36:09 AM
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About this one is big scam with Minergate Changelly And FreeWallet , look like same owner or group scamming miners no more withdraw available to direct wallet in Minergate Only via FreeWallet Scam .. so better boycott This campaigns !

I use these services without any issues. Why people call Freewallet scam? You withdraw your funds from MinerGate to Freewallet for free, then you withdraw your coins to any wallet you wish. Yes, it takes additional step to withdraw but it's rather a way to promote the partner's platform than scam. I think it'a a big difference.
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July 17, 2018, 10:05:52 PM
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Hello , I would like get recommendations about which trustable Wallet for XRP ?
I am not a Ripple lover but when I tried to help you first I search in google and I found two good article about ripple wallet. Those site link is given below:
1) https://coinsutra.com/best-ripple-xrp-wallets/
2) https://ripplecoinnews.com/best-ripple-xrp-coin-wallets
I would tell you to buy a  The Ledger Nano S, its great wallet at all.

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July 18, 2018, 12:00:43 AM
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Hello , I would like get recommendations about which trustable Wallet for XRP ?
I am not a Ripple lover but when I tried to help you first I search in google and I found two good article about ripple wallet. Those site link is given below:
1) https://coinsutra.com/best-ripple-xrp-wallets/
2) https://ripplecoinnews.com/best-ripple-xrp-coin-wallets
I would tell you to buy a  The Ledger Nano S, its great wallet at all.


Thanks For you reply ,appreciated
You are right , Ledger is the best wallet at all I will invest on it soon
For now I hold them in Bittrex Wallet hope will not be scammed  Grin like for myethereum , freewallet ect wallets ripped last months agp with phishing , hackij ..
By the way Ripple I don't feel them , but I m pretty sure price will grow since now 1coin cost few cents !
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July 18, 2018, 12:45:11 AM
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For now I hold them in Bittrex Wallet hope will not be scammed  

No, Read:
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It's not recommend to use exchanges as a wallets. You should keep coins/tokens in a wallet where you have full control of your funds. You shouldn' keep big amounts of money on exchanges because there are many stories about hacked exchanges, locked funds of users and etc.

Also, are you familiar with the huge amount of scam accusations and complaints about them?

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Grin like for myethereum , freewallet ect wallets ripped last months agp with phishing , hackij ..

Just run MEW locally: How To Run MyEtherWallet Offline and Locally
Freewallet is hosted wallet hence, you are not fully in control of your funds

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