JoelKatz wrote:What are you trying to accomplish exactly?
Well just trying to move funds from Ripple network to gateway (also what confused me even more is, if I remember correctly you could buy directly xrp on bitstamp without going to ripple network before)
Except Bitstamp is not an XRP gateway. An XRP gateway wouldn't even make sense, since you don't need a gateway for XRP -- it's a native Ripple asset.
JoelKatz wrote:What are you trying to accomplish exactly? Why do you want to send XRP to Bitstamp?
why not, I'm a total newbie, and I mean RT client allows me to, if it's not possible why it allows me ?
Well, RT will allow you send funds to whoever you want. But if you don't have a reason for sending particular funds to a particular party, you shouldn't.
I tried to send some AUD too, no luck (transaction went fine).
Bitstamp doesn't want your AUD. What would they do with them?
This may looks stupid to you but all on Bitstamp / rt makes you think you can and nothing stop you, and well it was making sense to me and I'm sure it would make sense for a lot of casual users
You can send fund to anyone you want, but unless you have a reason, you really shouldn't.
Bitstamp is a BTC, USD and EUR gateway. The exchange real-world USD, BTC, and EUR for Ripple USD, BTC, and EUR. If that's not what you're trying to do, don't send them funds.