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Stellar

Stellar is an open network for storing and moving money.
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What is Stellar?
Stellar is a layer-1 open-source, decentralized, peer-to-peer blockchain network that provides a framework for developers to create applications, issue assets, and connect to existing financial rails. Stellar is designed to enable creators, innovators, and developers to build projects on the network that can interoperate with each other.

Creating equitable access to the global financial system
The Stellar Development Foundation (SDF) is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 to support the development and growth of the open-source Stellar network. SDF and Stellar seek to unlock the world’s economic potential by making money more fluid, markets more open, and people more empowered. The Foundation helps maintain Stellar’s codebase, supports the technical and business communities around Stellar, and is a speaking partner to regulators and institutions.

Borderless. Limitless. Powerful.
Stellar makes it possible to create, send, and trade digital representations of all forms of money: dollars, pesos, bitcoin, pretty much anything. It’s designed so all the world’s financial systems can work together on a single network.

Stellar makes money better
Stellar's API and SDKs are ready to help you transform the world of finance, and the network’s currency connections could give even a small company the power and reach of an international bank. Here's what you can build with a few lines of code.

Global Payment Apps
Integrate the financial services and digital assets issued by anchors on Stellar to reach new customers around the world.

Asset exchanges
Provide users around the world access to on/off ramps for digital assets on Stellar.

Micropayment services
Power cross-border payments of any size with Stellar's low, flat fees and fast transactions.

Designed for developers
Stellar has the documentation, tooling, and support to help you get your project up quickly.

Built on Stellar
Large enterprise companies and companies as small as single-dev startups have chosen Stellar to move money and access new markets. Stellar has the documentation, tooling, and community support to help you get your project up quickly. Issue assets, build apps, and connect with our developer community.

We're building
We’re building a new stack for digital assets. Though Stellar is open source and decentralized, SDF leads the development of the network. The Foundation supports both the codebase and the people building on it.
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XLM
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Windows, macOS
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Stellar Team
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v19.6.0
FAQ
If you are making an ‘everyday’ transaction on the Stellar network using a popular Stellar wallet, forgetting the memo is no big deal; it’s optional. If you are sending (depositing) lumens to an exchange, forgetting the memo will generally lead to your exchange account not being credited with lumens. If this happens, it’s important that you contact the exchange you sent lumens to — SDF can not help you recover your lumens.

We suggest finding your transaction using the Payment Locator on Stellar.Expert and getting as many details as you can regarding the transaction. Reach out to the exchange’s support team with the transaction details, let them know that you forgot the memo, and see what they can do to help you identify your transaction.

Going forward, make sure to review the address you’re sending to, verify if you need to provide a memo, and check that you provide an appropriate fee. You should only send transactions after you have double checked all of this information and verified that it is correct. Remember, it’s never a bad idea to try sending a small amount of an asset before making any transaction.
Minimum balances help protect the network from spam account creation. You can create an account by funding it with at least 1 lumen. Each new held asset (trustline) requires an additional 0.5 lumen reserve. To add three different assets to an account, a user must have at least 2.5 lumens: 1 XLM account reserve + (0.5 XLM asset reserve * 3 assets) = 2.5 total reserve.
If you are having issues sending a transaction from your Ledger, please make sure that your Ledger and the Stellar app on the device is up to date. Also, consider sending the transaction in a different browser.
Scams are an unfortunate outgrowth of any industry involving money, including crypto. The Stellar Development Foundation team hates to see anyone in the Stellar community targeted or hurt by scams.
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The old Stellar network launched in July 2014. The node software (stellard) was a modified fork of the Ripple node software (rippled). The ledger was completely new and contained no history from Ripple’s network.
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