The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @lopp ever

July 2017

@mesnia85 The actual fork should occur August 1 around 13:20 UTC though don’t expect any blocks to arrive on forked chain for… a while.

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@lightcoin @johnbiggs @jonst0kes Average casual investor at this point should put their coins in cold storage, set..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Ky

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@badslinky Also perhaps liquidity is dropping as lots of folks withdraw from exchanges?

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@ciscoguru I think it’s more that I see people reacting to events in ways that I used to react and prefer to share my experience.

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Bitcoin apparently hasn’t heard about tomorrow’s apocalyptic hard fork and is crashing in the wrong direction. twitter.com/coindesk/statu…

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jimmysong I just published “A Gentle Introduction to Bitcoin Core Development” medium.com/p/a-gentle-int…

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The size of Bitcoin’s UTXO set has shrunk by 1% in the past 2 weeks. Lots of consolidations as folks prepare for co..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Np

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If you think you can kill a crypto asset simply because you’re offended by its existence, you’re gonna have a bad time.

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Great presentation by @roasbeef on the shortcomings of Bitcoin SPV Clients and how we can address them. youtube.com/watch?v=7FWKc8…

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@aantonop @eric_lombrozo Agreed; the noise level does not rise linearly with the number of followers.

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@aczpublishing Not worth my time trying to dump unless it actually attains a decent value. Will HODL for forseeable future.

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A fool and their bitcoins are soon parted. HODL CODL! pic.twitter.com/KyjQxmv0XY

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@galvin_zach It’s not great terminology but: 1 billion daily users / 34,000 can sync simultaneously = 29,400 “group..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…45

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@khannib Should probably clarify that you mean native addresses - I’d bet most consider P2SH wrapped SegWit outputs as “SegWit outputs.”

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WeRateBitcoiner Meet @rusty_twit. The Open Source Citizen. Found a home in Linux and Bitcoin. He’s as funny as he’s experienced. No..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…hH

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Time is our scarcest resource! People who spend money to buy themselves time report greater life satisfaction. nytimes.com/2017/07/27/sci…

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twobitidiot Bitcoin: the more you know, the dumber you know you are.

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@Sir_Lebowski @coindesk I think you misinterpreted my tweet - I wrote the article. Spent quite a few hours doing re..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Dj

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If your takeaway was that there is no way to improve SPV technology, you must have stopped reading before page 13. 😉 coindesk.com/spv-support-bi…

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@richcollins I’m unaware of any implementations that support complex indexing or caching; I’m sure you could get so..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qG

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@santisiri @starkness @twobitidiot @zooko @coindesk What’s the word @alexbosworth? How do we learn more about your project?

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I’d caution against trigger-happy dumping of your “free” Bitcoin Cash. If everyone dumps soon after fork, price could easily rebound later.

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@shubh716 @ryanxcharles Seems you’d need to create native payment channel support into the full nodes and figure ou..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…dI

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@zooko @coindesk Would simultaneously solve a number of DoS vectors, though it comes with a bootstrapping chicken &..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…MN

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@zooko @coindesk IMO it would be really cool if your full node earned micropayments for serving data & paid to rece..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…J9

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@_drgo @twobitidiot Not really possible to answer this question because there is no market for SPV access - it’s cu..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…t3

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@dgenr818 @lightcoin 500X is the high end - note that I provided graphs for how the cost of operating BIP37 servici..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…JH

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@_drgo @twobitidiot It was originally considered to be more private. Also it’s quite compact in terms of SPV client bandwidth.

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@_drgo @twobitidiot Not following your logic - SPV is fundamentally broken from a privacy perspective.

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@dgenr818 @ATT The packet switched network is Lightning 😉
To be clear, there are plenty of potential improvements to SPV.

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@_drgo @twobitidiot Cheapest way to achieve high privacy would be to run a pruned fully validating node. They don’t..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…VT

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My main conclusion is that we should strive to keep full node disk I/O reqs below what a single drive can sustain. coindesk.com/spv-support-bi…

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@bendavenport @coindesk Also worth noting that my original title was “Bitcoin’s SPV Scaling Struggles” but it got editorialized 😬

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@bendavenport @coindesk Sure, though if you devise a new system then you should also ensure that it’s not susceptib..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…fg

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@bendavenport @coindesk Right, but that’s how nodes operate today - no shared disk IO. Would become incredibly more..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Gx

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@bendavenport @coindesk More conns per node means each SPV client has “more time” to sync, but the total amount of..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…yW

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@bendavenport @coindesk There is certainly plenty of room for improvement - would also be much more performant if new indexes were added.

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@bendavenport @coindesk I determined that it’s not about the number of SPV connections per node but rather the rati..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…lY

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When the architects of the early Internet asked for help building it, @ATT engineers told them a packet switched network couldn’t work.

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coindesk Could SPV Support a Billion Bitcoin Users? Sizing up a Scaling Claim bit.ly/2u97Avp pic.twitter.com/afdeaXDHeE

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Before I got into crypto assets, and after.
/cc @ReformedBroker pic.twitter.com/d1OCkb64BR

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@ndrchvzz @lightcoin @jgarzik @DJohnstonEC If LN is extraordinarily successful, demand for block space will increas..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…mc

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@ndrchvzz @jgarzik @lightcoin @DJohnstonEC Speed up block times to the point that we run out of block subsidy much..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…19

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@ndrchvzz @jgarzik @lightcoin @DJohnstonEC If you consider extension blocks to count then they could create inflati..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…yt

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Hard: building systems that function without authorities.
Harder: convincing people to take power & responsibility into their own hands.

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Best wishes to all those forking off to Bitcoin Cash in a few days. Hopefully you can collaborate to build something great.

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@lightcoin @jgarzik @DJohnstonEC @Truthcoin If I’m applying the terminology correctly, SegWit is a Loud, Kind soft fork 😃

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@jgarzik @lightcoin @DJohnstonEC I suppose my point is that if we’re talking adversarially, soft forks can’t be avo..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…rZ

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@jgarzik @lightcoin @DJohnstonEC Perhaps my question would be more clearly stated as: how would you automate hard f..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…p0

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@ndrchvzz Good point; I’ll come up with a better example :-)

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@ciscoguru @DJohnstonEC @jgarzik How is that related to this discussion? FYI, BitGo change output privacy is worse..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…gZ

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@jgarzik @lightcoin @DJohnstonEC Indeed, but do you have a solution for fixing the asymmetry? How can you automate rejection of a soft fork?

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@lightcoin @DJohnstonEC @jgarzik Worrying doesn’t help… unless worrying results in you watching 😃
The system work..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Qb

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@lightcoin @DJohnstonEC @jgarzik Cash out or counter the coercive soft fork with a hard fork.

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@bobinorlando You don’t think an asset with a money supply of tens of billions of dollars can absorb a money supply..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…aQ

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@DJohnstonEC @jgarzik To be fair, there is certainly the possibility of coercive soft forks being deployed upon the..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…rA

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@DJohnstonEC @jgarzik This is an odd argument to make with regard to SegWit because you have to opt-in to use it; s..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Ul

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La__Cuen newbies, there’s no need to fear the fork on Aug. 1. @lopp and Adam White from @coinbase break it down: bit.ly/2v4ZMiD

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naval Internet Phase 1 replaced offline gatekeepers w/ thin online ones. Phase 2 will replace gatekeepers altogether w/ cryptoeconomic protocols.

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@dschatsky First mover advantage into crypto assets would be pretty big. Could also be helpful if their currency is weaker than BTC.

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@francispouliot_ Didn’t IMF already recommend that in one of their reports?

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@George_harrap Hm, they aren’t listed on the money supply rankings. I thought Liberland was uninhabited… 😬

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@outragedhuman What if some govts are accumulating it now at low prices and in a few years they have plenty? 🤔

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@outragedhuman They could use it as a reserve or they could do a one-time swap of existing currency with BTC.

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Bold prediction: in next 5 years a nation state will adopt Bitcoin as its national currency. Probably a nation with a M1 money supply < $1B.

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Crypto traders reacting to the lack of a unified ticker symbol for Bitcoin Cash. pic.twitter.com/UJTr9E5sNQ

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@jaredsc Same. Though a lot of folks are finding out the hard way that privacy isn’t as strong as they thought.

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@Brandonruck You should ask on reddit.com/r/ethereum/ - they’ll probably tell you to upgrade your software and re-sync.

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Who determines the consensus rules that decide what is required to be a miner? 🤔 H/T @alexbosworth..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…II

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According to Ethernodes the Ethereum node count has dropped by 29% in the past month. Coincidence? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…gn

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@ssoeborg @south_crusher I’m not sure orphans are as big of a concern since Ethereum still pays miners for uncles.

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@hughlang @JonPSpitz It will be interesting to observe relationship b/t resource usage & node count; are you aware..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…u1

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@AlistairJTweed Depends on if resource consumption of full nodes outpaces technological growth.

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An ICO “hype-athon” with a fidget spinner logo. Apparently this is a thing now. hypethon.cryptofriends.io pic.twitter.com/d0LESDOTN4

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@_drgo @TuurDemeester @pierre_rochard I’m not sure if there is a config that both fully validates and prunes unnecessary states.

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@AlistairJTweed It’s primarily about validating the entire history of the blockchain. Check out coindesk.com/bitcoin-the-tr…

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Cryptography is two-faced: it can create strong privacy or it can create strong identification. It can make us anonymous or track every txn.

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@seweso I was able to duplicate this usage myself by running parity with warp disabled.

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@seweso Probably state trees and DB indices if I had to guess - note that the Bitcoin install has full tx indexing enabled.

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@AlistairJTweed Yes, you can save a lot of space by accepting a less robust security model.

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@south_crusher Ethereum miners can increase their effective block size as they see fit, so I’d bet that the growth..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…3v

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For the past 3 days Ethereum’s blockchain has grown 2 GB per day - 14 times faster than Bitcoin’s blockchain…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…2w

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Fingers crossed that @realDonaldTrump brings equality to military by banning cisgender folks too. nytimes.com/2017/07/26/us/…

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@dnvolz @bradheath That’s why I advocate protecting private keys with firepower.

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coindesk BREAKING: .@wizsecurity releases new report on Mt Gox-BTC-e connection blog.wizsec.jp/2017/07/breaki…

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In Soviet Russia, crypto exchange hacks YOU. twitter.com/kyletorpey/sta…

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There’s rarely a dull day in cryptoland. pic.twitter.com/aiglMjIDhw

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@SpArK_Is_Me Just poking some holes in the anti-SegWit “we need to hard fork now” logic.

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Anyone-can-spend transactions are not part of Satoshi’s vision, therefore we should fork to a protocol that doesn’t enforce P2SH. 😉🤣

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Crypto assets need no permission from regulators to perform stock splits.
It’s your asset, you can fork if you want to…

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@zooko @badslinky @ChrisPacia We’ve found that this is the case over the long run (months) & organizations solve it..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…GL

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Layer 1 Bitcoin is for buying Lambos & mansions.
Layer 2 Bitcoin is for buying coffee & drugs.
H/T @MadBitcoins

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@badslinky @ChrisPacia Fee market is fundamentally priced in satoshis per byte because that’s what all of the miner..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…XZ

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@badslinky @ChrisPacia Gotcha; I think one of the fundamental misconceptions here is that humans are often deciding..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Ff

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The fundamental problem with ICOs is that Ethereum has insufficient privacy to protect participants from government interference.

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@badslinky @ChrisPacia Depends upon if demand is greater than or less than the current capacity of the network 😃

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muneeb My PhD thesis, which takes a deeper dive into the design & performance of a new decentralized internet, is online: muneebali.com/thesis

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@Paul_Goldstein To get into the top 1MB of the mempool would currently require paying around 140 satoshis / byte. F..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…pD

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@richcollins Click “back to dashboard” to see more charts. Next block fees will generally be much higher since ther..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…QA

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Observe: the folks who are winning the fee estimation game are undercutting the competition by 70% to 90%…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…7H

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@richcollins Those estimates are overpaying by a huge amount. Compare and contrast: p2sh.info/dashboard/db/f…

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@Paul_Goldstein Fee estimates never stay the same. You can see the historic 6 block fee estimate target here p2sh.info/dashboard/db/f…

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@Truthcoin @badslinky @ChrisPacia That’s certainly understandable from an economic standpoint; I’m just saying Bitc..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…95

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@badslinky @ChrisPacia You’re talking human side of market - I’m talking machine. A single txn can vary widely in f..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…7O

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@badslinky @ChrisPacia The market only cares about satoshis per byte. On a per-txn basis it does make sense to disp..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qB

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@ChrisPacia I don’t track fees in dollars because that’s nonsensical. Our fee estimates fell below 5 satoshis per byte.

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Bitcoin fees are so low recently that they fell below BitGo’s fee floor sanity check. Clearly this crisis calls for a hard fork next week!

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@Satoshi_N_ Ha, not really, thus the quotes. Could create a hard fork allowing “theft” of suspected Satoshi UTXOs (..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…JV

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@kyletorpey “Bitcoin needs banks to accept it in order for it to succeed.” - Some Banker

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Expect miners of any Bitcoin hard forks that lack SegWit & strong replay protection to “steal” SegWit UTXOs & pay themselves on the fork.

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@khannib @BitGo @morcosa Nah, that was the weekend before last 😬

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@francispouliot_ @BitGo @morcosa Not sure what you mean by neutral; what you care about is finding the goldilocks z..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…QS

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This weekend @BitGo undercut the avg txn fee rate by 70% while still achieving near-avg confirmation times. Built upon @morcosa’s work!

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“Privacy is a human right; it’s a necessary condition for the exercise of free choice.” - @zooko radiolab.org/story/ceremony/

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*Enable receiving direct messages from anyone*
*Deluge of spam about collecting free BTC on shady sites*
*Disable r..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…sR

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morcosa @LarryBitcoin @lopp @britesense @port8333 Transaction relay was purposefully slowed down (or more correctly the bro..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…nv

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Interesting data from @port8333 shows that while block propagation times decreased past 2 years, transaction propag..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…fD

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I stopped trying to convince people I’m not crazy long ago. All I can do is show them the path I followed. Time is the ultimate vindicator.

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@InkyMaze Probably not unless you’re a contributor to crypto projects. We like to see that folks have spent time wo..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…cY

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@Anderskargaard Probably not at this stage; I think the industry will need to be much larger before we expend much..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Le

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@sertano_io Remote positions are possible, though the bar tends to be set higher for remote candidates.

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Are you a top tier engineer who’s ready to go full time crypto? Message me to chat about our opportunities!..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…vG

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@maraoz Whichever one is more cypherpunk.

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@SatoshiLite A /u/ydtm post? Even /r/btc is laughing at this foolishness. pic.twitter.com/UFLtz98u7t

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murchandamus Some are calling BCC a clean split. It’s not. Its replay protection is wasteful and requires every Bitcoin user to become active.

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@barrysilbert @avc @fredwilson SegWit is not activated on Bitcoin yet. It will take several more weeks to lock in S..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…hC

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BIP91 enforcement is now activated. Any blocks not signaling SegWit on bit 1 will be rejected.

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@jimmysong Looks like Canoe fixed their signaling. Maybe they read my email. 😃 blockchain.info/block-height/4…

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@VentureCoinist Almost certainly not a retirement account - the Rothschilds are billionaires.

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They bought not-bitcoins at a 50% premium over the real asset? May have missed the point. twitter.com/inthepixels/st…

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100% of trailing 144 blocks signaling SegWit on bit 1.
Enforcement begins in 46 blocks.
To the moon! pic.twitter.com/QOPIHRA8lk

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While I’m employed by @BitGo, those duties are superceded by my other employer: Bitcoin.

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@robustus @olivierjanss @ryanxcharles Okey dokey. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I mean, your vision could be “try to interpret Satoshi’..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Fy

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@The_crypto_kid Well the fundamental problem is that you can’t stop people from doing risky things.

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@bradmillscan That’s a great question; would require a fair amount of research to answer.

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@olivierjanss @ryanxcharles Let’s be clear: Satoshi’s vision is irrelevant. Your own vision is all that matters.

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@Ni3lsBR There have been a few hours of “downtime” in 8+ years when the network was unreliable due to chain forks.

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Bitcoin is relentless: it knows no time zones, nights, weekends, or holidays. It ignores arbitrary rules enforced a..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…22

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WeRateBitcoiner Meet @iang_fc. A Seasoned Cryptographer. Did early work on ricardian contracts & triple entry book keeping. A very..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…C1

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Beware those seeking to impose top-down control of Bitcoin. To resist capture by nation states, it must be built upon bottom-up consensus.

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Freedom is inversely related to the efficiency of available surveillance systems. As such, improvements to privacy grant us greater freedom.

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@tobybray I’d take whatever your normal confirmation requirements are and quadruple them.

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@benaliA94 A hard fork can happen at any time for innumerable reasons, though BIP91 enforcement can’t cause a hard fork.

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Due to potential disruption this weekend (if some miners don’t enforce BIP91) it’s recommended to require high # of confs when receiving BTC

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@CephasSerhat Anything can be changed, but the primary problem is that it activates in a week. Not enough time to m..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…8J

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@Kediri_020 BCC won’t be overloaded because it has larger blocks. But Bitcoin holders will unintentionally “lose” t..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Uc

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Bitcoin Cash is a non-starter b/c it requires adding special OP_RETURNs to every Bitcoin mainnet txn to prevent rep..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…8C

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@manan19 @zooko I’m referring to bitcoincash.org which as fas as I can tell is not sarcastic.

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@zooko Haven’t you heard? Folks are finally forking off August 1! pic.twitter.com/AVRGegAXEf

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@Eng_HishamAdel 0% chance of activation before August 1 if you want to be technical. However, BIP148’s August 1 dea..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…4N

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97% of the trailing 70 blocks are signaling SegWit on bit 1 (BIP 148)
82% of the trailing 144 blocks.
Enforcement b..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…U6

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“Free time” is an oxymoron. All time must be spent; all time has an opportunity cost when spending.

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Been saving this 23 year old bourbon for when we made Bitcoin great again. It’s time. pic.twitter.com/dIiZWbmd5e

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@seweso @lightning Perhaps that’s a sign that you should be more adventurous 😎

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This @lightning wallet looks suspiciously like real software rather than vaporware… 🤔 medium.com/@ACINQ/announc… pic.twitter.com/huHabWDAuf

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It appears that somebody’s trying to jump start the fee market on @litecoin today… 😬

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Bitcoin conspiracy theorists are having a really rough time right now, trying to maintain logical consistency among..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…iI

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