How to Buy Sell and Trade Ripple

Ripple Guide 3D
Many years ago, I co-founded the first commercial crowdfunding company. It was a crazy period of growth and work and we ended up inventing our own financial systems and passed nine figures of transactions through our systems. I think we helped pave the way for the crowdfunding industry but got bought by another company and our name is no longer part of the crowdfunding landscape. Still, our concept had an impact in the financial world as billions of dollars now flow through crowdfunding platforms each year.

Ripple reminds me a little of this experience. It may become the defacto method used for currency exchange for years or decades to come, completely changing the ways banks and financial institutions send and receive currency and settle transactions. Or, like my company, it may innovate just enough to illuminate for another company the path that will ultimately become the defacto standard.
Who knows? Ripple sure looks well positioned to become the defacto standard but the world is full of stories of innovations that come and surpass industry leaders in short periods of time.

Top Hardware Wallets
This book is comprehensive. I’ve listed just about every legal method of storing, buying, trading, and selling Ripple. However, any of these methods may not be legal for you for a number of reasons such as where you currently live. You will need to sort out whether any of the advice or steps listed in this book is legal for you. It may even be legal today for you but then illegal next month if a law changes. Cryptocurrency laws are quickly changing!

Here are the Table of Contents from my book on how to buy, sell, and trade Ripple XRP right now.

  • Quick introduction
  • How to SAFELY obtain your own digital wallet to store your Ripple
  • How to create a desktop Ripple wallet
  • How to restore a desktop Ripple wallet
  • How to create a mobile Ripple wallet
  • How to restore a mobile Ripple wallet
  • How to create a hardware Ripple wallet
  • How to restore a hardware Ripple wallet
  • How to create a hosted Ripple wallet
  • How to create multiple Ripple addresses/wallets
  • How to move a wallet from one type of wallet to another
  • Quick summary of Ripple wallets
  • How to activate a Ripple wallet and meet current reserve requirements
  • Sending 20 Ripple to a new wallet via a service
  • Other methods to activate your wallet
  • How to buy Ripple with fiat currency such as U.S. Dollars
  • How to purchase Ripple with U.S. dollars on Bitstamp at the current Ripple market price
  • How to buy Ripple with U.S. dollars from peer-to-peer services
  • How to buy Ethereum with a credit card and then convert into Ripple
  • My recommendation for an Ethereum wallet
  • How to purchase Ethereum from Changelly
  • How to convert Ethereum into Ripple using ShapeShift.io
  • One additional source to use a credit card to buy Bitcoin
  • Purchasing Bitcoin with a bank wire
  • Accepting Ripple as payment on craigslist
  • Accepting Ripple as payment on a website
  • How to trade Ripple on a cryptocurrency exchange
  • How to deposit cryptocurrency into a cryptocurrency exchange
  • How to buy Ripple on a cryptocurrency exchange
  • How to sell Ripple on a cryptocurrency exchange
  • How to perform limit buys and sells on a cryptocurrency exchange
  • How to perform stop-limit buys and sells on a cryptocurrency exchange
  • How to convert Ripple into U.S. dollars from peer-to-peer services
  • How to transfer Ripple from one wallet to your Cointal wallet
  • How to list Ripple for sale on Cointal
  • How to convert Ripple into U.S. dollars from an exchange
  • How to take Ripple out as USD from an ATM
  • How to get a Ripple-based credit card
  • How to create cold storage for your Ripple
  • How to create a Paper Wallet
  • How to move funds from a paper wallet to a different wallet
  • How to create a “watch only” wallet to check balance integrity
  • Can you anonymously send Ripple via a cryptocurrency tumbler?
  • What is Ripple
  • History – Early development (2004–12)
  • OpenCoin and Ripple Labs (2012–13)
  • Focus on banking market (2014–17)
  • A $700,000,000 Ripple that cost fractions of a penny to transact
  • Recommended site to get Info on Ripple and engage with a Ripple community
  • About O.K. Kamakau

You can get the book now over at Amazon.