HOW TO: Store Your Ripple (XRP)! Rippex Desktop Wallet Tutorial!
Hey everybody Kevin right here from bigcoin for beginners, today I’m going to show you how to store your ripple in a desktop wallets. My previous video I showed you a live trade on how to buy ripple from bid tricks, if you haven’t taken a look at that yet please take a look… so the one I’m using is actually the RIP X ripple wallet and I just did some preliminary googling to see what Ripper wallets are available and this is one of them, I also signed up for a gait hub which is a really popular one, but their verification pin wasn’t working for me.
I’ve heard that they’ve been having problems recently so I was looking for another option and I came across this one and so I did some cursory googling about is rep X while it’s safe and most of the things I found has said that it is safe so once again as always please use this wallet at your own risk I do not guarantee it’s safe.
Going to move some ripple onto there too but I don’t have a lot, so going to try if it goes missing, let me just show you step by step how to set one up and how to move your ripple onto, there this terrific, set page and a lot of information but let’s see ripple wallet under menu and I have max, I downloaded it and just went do the installation process is pretty simple and this is what shows up they have a lot of stuff read-only mode cold wallets submit transaction server settings….
You’re back with another episode now today is the first episode of our tech series in this channel it wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our head of IT in our discord group sneaky fish so make sure to give them a follow on Twitter the link for this will be in the description below also make sure to join our discord group where you will find most of the answers to your question on ripple XRP and other cryptocurrencies.
Now today we’re going to teach you how to make a cold storage wallet for your XRP now this tutorial should be simple and shouldn’t take you more than 10 minutes if you don’t know what a cold storage wallet is it’s basically when you create and store your private keys in an offline secure environment now this is really important for people that have big quantities of cryptocurrency and don’t want to leave it in an exchange, as you always know I do recommend a cold storage wallet is going to be the best option.
If you still don’t know what it is I will leave a link down below that will go and depth into what exactly it is, I personally use the ledger nan OS, if you could see it there if you’re interested in buying one I to me this is one of the best if you do want to purchase one the link will be down in the description below so this tutorial is going to show you how to create your own cold storage wallet completely free…
HOW TO SETUP RIPPLE DESKTOP WALLET – RIPPEX TUTORIAL
So you got your ripple and now you want to put your ripple in a wallet. In this video I’ll be showing you how to download the rip ex wallet and how to send ripple into your wallet.
Now your first step is you wanna head over to Google and put in ripple or ripple wallet or rip X this website should be the first one that comes up, now it gives you plenty of choices you have Windows Mac, Linux choose whichever operating system that you have. You are going to press download I actually have one downloaded, here ready, so I’m going to press that and you will be led on to ripple desktop wallet setup. You’re gonna press next And press install a it’s gonna install it for you.
Downloading so now once you finish the download you’ll be led on to this right here welcome to ripple desktop wallet first thing you want to do is we’re going to create a new account, and then you would put your account wherever you feel that it’s safe, save it. I actually have an account already so I don’t need to do this stuff but once you do have an account you would open up your account it’ll ask you for a password, or I’ll ask you to put in a password, put in a very safe password that you’ll remember, put it in a safe, then I’ll give you your own backup word or backup password….