"In the XRP Ledger, rippling describes a process of atomic net settlement between multiple connected parties who have trust lines for the same currency" (more information available here).
In other words, if you have enabled rippling for one address at GateHub, you have allowed to receive the currency of that address instead of the same currency (same currency code) from a different issuer, that you also have a trust line for.
- You have a SnapSwap USD trust line on which you have allowed "rippling".
- You also have a trust line for GateHub USD.
If you deposit 1 GateHub USD or trade another currency for 1 GateHub USD, you could receive 1 SnapSwap USD instead, from someone else who has the same 2 trust lines and has initiated a trade or a payment of SnapSwap USD.
While rippling is a great way for 2 GateHub users to exchange currencies (with the same currency code) of different issuers they both trust, it can sometimes result in getting the currency of the issuer you do not want. That is why we advise our users not to enable rippling on the trust lines in their XRP Ledger wallets.
To disable "rippling" on a trust line:
- Go to your wallet and click "Advanced"
- Under XRPL wallet settings click "Trust lines".
- Scroll down to the enabled trust lines and see if the rippling is enabled on that trust line.
- Click "Edit" and "Advanced options".
- Check "Disable Rippling" and click "Submit".