I see on the wiki that they're the 2nd Gateway, but don't see anything about it on their site.

closed as too localized by dchapes, Nick ODell, Gopoi, cdecker, jgm May 13 '13 at 16:16

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    People shouldn't trust any Ripple addresses not listed/provided by the gateway themselves so I'm not sure if this type of question is appropriate for SE. (Unless it was changed to be general about getting the address of any gateway). – dchapes May 11 '13 at 23:32
  • @dchapes - well, the link in the answer seems to require a login. I think it's important to publicly expose the information. Perhaps the answer should just be qualified with a disclaimer? – ripper234 May 12 '13 at 11:46
  • I still think this question should at least be changed to ask how to find any gateway's address. But I could be wrong :) I'm not sure, but I wonder if ripple.com/wiki/Gateway_List doesn't including Ripple addresses for a reason. – dchapes May 12 '13 at 14:31
  • @dchapes - I forgot to mention that I did edit the question... but I don't want to make it too general, it has a specific answer anyway, changing it to a general question won't make sense at this point. – ripper234 May 12 '13 at 15:14

Under Withdrawal/Ripple there is a link named "trust this address".

(removed from here the address itself due to a good suggestion: don't trust what is written here, go there and have a look yourself)

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