Sending a transaction to the XRP Ledger involves several steps:
Step 1: Create an unsigned transaction in JSON format.
Step 2: Use one or more signatures to authorize the transaction.
Step 3: Submit a transaction to a rippled server. If the transaction is properly formed, the server provisionally applies the transaction to its current ledger version. It relays the transaction to other members of the peer-to-peer network.
Step 4: The consensus process determines which provisional transactions get included in the next validated ledger.
Step 5: The rippled servers apply those transactions to the previous ledger in canonical order and share their results.
The submit method applies a transaction and sends it to the network to be confirmed and included in future ledgers.
If you are sending cryptocurrency that uses Destination Tag technology to Coinbase, you must input a correct Tag/Memo.
Both an address and a tag/memo are required to receive cryptocurrency. If you send funds without a tag/memo or an incorrect Tag/Memo, your funds cannot be credited to your account. (See Ripple FAQ)
Updated 4 days ago