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

September 2017

Actions speak louder than words; where are the SegWit2X futures markets? 🤔@BitMEXdotcom @bitfinex @CryptoFLtd @OKCoin @coinpit

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@KarateMc4w350m3 It’s so low it’s a rounding error. The cost of the CPU cycles on my RPi node would be well under $0.01

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End result: hashpower is only powerful within context of competing against other valid-block-producing hashpower. twitter.com/lopp/status/91…

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@paul_btc @zooko @AriDavidPaul You seem to be referring to one specific type of on-chain governance?

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@zooko @paul_btc @AriDavidPaul It’s tricky b/c governance does imply creation & enforcement of rules. So if you can..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…3b

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@paul_btc @AriDavidPaul @zooko Right, that’s why I think “governance” may be the wrong term. If participants are al..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…T0

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The cost of creating a valid Bitcoin block is arbitrarily high & based upon network consensus. The cost of rejecting an invalid block is 0.

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@MKjrstad @seweso I work for BitGo and this was on one of our VPSes. Yes, it has SSDs with 8,000 IOPs provisioned.

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@mikeinspace Maybe you can bring them on Bitcoin Car Talk to hash it out!

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@AriDavidPaul @zooko It’s certainly not a strong argument when there is a high cost to leave. 😕

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@AriDavidPaul @zooko I don’t claim it’s optimal because first we’d have to agree upon what we’re optimizing for. I..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…nZ

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@AriDavidPaul @zooko Democracy is governance by overwhelming voice / force - Bitcoin is governance by exit. I doubt..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Hc

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@AriDavidPaul @zooko If “on-chain governance” means “on-chain democracy” then it seems like a solution looking for a problem.

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@prestonjbyrne Good luck shutting down the ones in more friendly jurisdictions and the ones running on tor…

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@scottwalker99 A bunch of people quit out of fear while others get pissed off and go underground.

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@zacksomeone @BitGo We already have one developer in Germany; if you’re qualified then you can apply to work remotely.

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@MKjrstad This was syncing Parity 1.7.2 on an SSD with ~8,000 IOPs.

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@WolfOfEthcoin @BitGo Hmmmm not that I’m aware of; we’re mainly looking for highly experienced engineers.

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@CryptoBully @BitGo I’d suspect only the largest of companies could justify in-house. Maybe really large exchanges?

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And we doubled our open positions at @BitGo. Hit me up if you’re qualified for any of these bitgo.workable.com ethnews.com/angellist-cryp…

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@krisbolt Nope, it would just push Bitcoin use underground and into other jurisdictions.

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@ProfFaustus Miners stopped generating coins on a local node long ago. Most miners connect to a pool via a mining p..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ot

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@MTurlakov Bitcoin is very much self governed - by each individual who governs themselves via their fully validating node.

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Many events could cause Bitcoin to stumble, but very few stop it from getting back up:
* Kill the Internet
* Imprison / kill all supporters

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@eric_lombrozo Well this is for work, so it’s somewhat important to know the operational requirements… 😬

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This week I learned you can start syncing an archival Ethereum node, travel completely around the world, and it still won’t be finished.

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@inthepixels @ParityTech Sure, the data directory is a config option.

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If you try to sync a new @ParityTech 1.7.2 archive node with less than 500GB of disk space, you’re gonna have a bad time when it crashes.

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Censoring myself super hard when customer support tickets come in complaining that it’s taking over an hour to get..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ie

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SatoshiLite So disappointed to see Raiden (i.e. Lightning on Ethereum) go for a cash grab. A token is not needed. 🤑

5+ LN team..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…gh

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@mhsutton It would need to be a technology that actually requires a crypto token/asset in order to provide unique functionality.

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@EdwardKerstein Doesn’t seem to be an immediate threat. Over a long enough time frame, all crypto systems tend to need upgrading.

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Cyber security is a nightmare.
Crypto asset security is a 10X nightmare.
Smart contract security is a 100X nightmare.

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@twobitidiot @Twitter It lets everyone know you’re a verified idiot. 😂

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@francispouliot_ Only problem is that you can’t guarantee that everyone who sees first tweet will see the second.

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I have an investment thesis that crypto assets fueled by butthurt are incapable of sustaining competitive valuations twitter.com/eric_lombrozo/…

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@timoncc The latter - a lot of folks don’t know the difference 😦

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@bitentrepreneur @Lacksfish @MadBitcoins Good luck! I hope your engine doesn’t die in the middle of the canal ;-)

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Great explanation of MERKLEBRANCHVERIFY & how it can enable Merklized Abstract Syntax Trees & other Bitcoin feature..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…8G

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@mecampbellsoup @Lyth0s If you’re running a tor hidden service then you’re probably also running on clearnet. Diffe..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…i8

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@ziggamon Surely BCH is far more profitable while it’s hyperinflating? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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@ziggamon Or maybe they’re afraid they’ll have to turn off soon, so they’re hyperinflating while they still can.

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Looks like another round of bcash hyperinflation incoming… fork.lol/pow/speed pic.twitter.com/0hUa4MRkLl

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@mecampbellsoup @Lyth0s If you’re running a hidden service then you’ll be helping users whose nodes are on tor, thu..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…oF

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@killerstorm @esthon As one of the contributors to Core 0.15, I can confirm that I am not employed by Blockstream. 🙃

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Bitcoin’s mempool clears out a lot faster now that Chinese exchanges aren’t making many transactions…

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@Lyth0s To maximize your sovereignty within the system, you should validate your BTC holdings by backing them with a full node.

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Those who would sacrifice self sovereignty to gain scalability shall ultimately have neither.

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@twobitidiot At this rate they may be obsolete before they’re formed. Who needs a market when an assassin drone will suffice?

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bradheath Thanks to a mixup, we now know the FBI authorized its informants to commit serious crimes 381 times last year..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…l8

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Cryptogovernance is what happens to governance when you remove violence from the equation.

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@myetherwallet @kyletorpey @Twitter In my personal experience you can get denied by @Twitter many times, but once y..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…s3

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HODLing BTC is a constant test of your understanding.
Bad case: you fall prey to FUD & sell.
Worst case: you lose everything.

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@matt_odell @CryptoKnight2 That would make sense from the ICO runner’s perspective, though color me surprised if ce..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…JO

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China may prove that the concerns about miner centralization were well-founded. Good luck, China: we’re watching… twitter.com/AriDavidPaul/s…

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@CryptoKnight2 Indeed; I wonder if the celebs accept BTC 😬

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@storming_j Yeah, plus there are so many questionable ICOs now that there’s little point trying to tear them down…twitter.com/i/web/status/9…pn

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I’ve been offered as much as 1 BTC per tweet to promote questionable ICOs. Something to keep in mind when you see folks pumping such ICOs.

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Would you rather buy a Lambo this year or a Koenigsegg next year? twitter.com/_Kevin_Pham/st…

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Q: Who controls Bitcoin?
A: Anyone who cares enough to enforce the rules to which they agree.

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@matshenricson Such has always been the case. Little point worrying about what others think; paradigm shifts are sc..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…DW

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jimmysong I just published “Bitcoin and Virtue Part 1: Prudence” medium.com/p/bitcoin-and-…

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@matshenricson The opportunity to increase your BTC holdings by extracting value from those who support forks with which you disagree.

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@matshenricson Yes, but you can’t stop people from doing reckless things in a permissionless system. You can expres..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…IY

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If you think forks are an attack on Bitcoin then embrace the opportunity. Forks can’t be stopped; the grand experiment must continue.

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Traveling by air == routing your body through a network with unacceptably high latency, packet loss, & poorly configured firewalls.

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@NicolasDorier I’m staying at University of Tokyo; want to meet up the night of the 20th or 21st?

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.@Wayniloans withdraws from New York Agreement due to lack of replay protection, developer & user support. lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitc…

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注意、東京:私は今週町にいます。 会いましょう!

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@joseandreschl @naval @__hunts I moved my Bitcoin educational resources to lopp.net/bitcoin.html & open sourced my whole site on @github 😀

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Dear folks who support contentious Bitcoin forks: it’s not personal. 😬 pic.twitter.com/a1oEPj9Mu3

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The harder nation states crack down, the more coins smart money will buy. pic.twitter.com/QDZvDk9jT8

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@pig_poetry That’s easy - spend less than you earn. 😬

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If you’re here to get rich quickly, you’re following the wrong guy. If you want to learn how to regain the freedoms you deserve: welcome!

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@tedmrogers @jgarzik @giacomozucco @xapo What if there are two chains that flip flop back and forth? Better think through the edge cases…

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Some folks get upset when they feel that others aren’t playing fair, but it’s all in The Game. pic.twitter.com/GPJ8pz1aTy

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lopp If you look around the blockchain space and can’t tell who’s getting scammed, it’s probably you.

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Trying to buy bitcoin hardware with a credit card… how appropriate. “Transaction denied by the banking network.” pic.twitter.com/K5qF5qDbMf

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@sevcsik I’m not claiming the logic is sound, though perhaps you could make a case for unit bias mattering.

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@kerbleski It just means that some blocks are produced by unidentified entities; they could all be at one unidentified pool.

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@kerbleski Any given pool probably runs a handful of nodes; it’s not really possible to tell without pretty extensive network analysis.

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Bitcoin was designed to withstand both external and internal attacks. Resisting the whims of seemingly powerful entities shows its strength.

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@Jim_Harper @joshmh @ErikVoorhees @Ragnarly @ShapeShift_io @bitcoincoreorg Hmmmm what about timelocked transactions? Or multisig hodlings? 🤔

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Bitcoin implementation nodes in perspective, via coin.dance/nodes pic.twitter.com/oEdIa9xPdu

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@palm_w1 @merkle_tree This has nothing to do with legalities, just technical solutions to technical problems.

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@ryanmarfone @mdecambre The best you can do is look at the “age” of coins to see how many haven’t been spent in a r..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…DF

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@drinkaholic90 @mdecambre In accessible coins, sure. But there will technically be less because a few blocks mined..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…O7

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@THgersh @mdecambre Any rule change is technically possible, but you’d have to convince the entire ecosystem to upd..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…y3

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@ShotMyShot @mdecambre Supply schedule was based off of gold mining. Final number may have been chosen due to max 6..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Nx

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@mdecambre FYI there will never be more than 21,000,000 BTC. Actually slightly less if you want to get really technical.

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@twobitidiot I wouldn’t bet on that happening because China would have to ask Craig’s permission and I don’t see th..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ZI

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@twobitidiot You mean you’re speculating that it really does become Chinacoin?

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@mcrsqr Wallets just need a single working seed to bootstrap and then find other nodes. en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Satoshi_C…

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@mcrsqr Same as usual, though presumably they’d be limited to connected to nodes inside the firewall.

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@merkle_tree Well, everyone in the world is a criminal. Impossible not to be. But I’m saying only 1 out of 1.4 bill..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Lt

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@theantnest That’ll learn folks not to put all their eggs in one regulatory basket.

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@merkle_tree Are you suggesting that all 1.4 billion Chinese are perfectly compliant law-abiding citizens?

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Likelihood of China being able to permanently partition the Bitcoin network via the national firewall is close to 0. Only 1 bridge required.

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@Aztek_btc @alansilbert @Blockstream I stopped trying to convince conspiracy theorists that they’re wasting their time.

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@alansilbert @Blockstream Can’t you see that it’s just a PR stunt and @Blockstream is conspiring with Chinese offic..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…JM

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2027: China launches missiles @ Bitcoin satellites. Bitcoin Baron Battlecruisers launch drone swarm countermeasures. twitter.com/btcdrak/status…

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*knock knock*
“Who’s there?”
“People’s Bank of China!” pic.twitter.com/yGQUs9zMxp

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The easiest way to get hurt while riding a roller coaster is to jump off. pic.twitter.com/B1bfOyUxmD

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@maxkeiser Ouch; @tullman clearly has a lot to learn. Coinbase != Bitcoin. BTC is highly divisible. Check out my re..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…vc

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@cburniske @CNBC “Governments won’t allow the amount of adoption that’s currently priced in.” pic.twitter.com/MsNQHLhZPV

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murchandamus I just published “Transactions are getting cheaper— SegWit now on BitGo”blog.bitgo.com/transactions-a…i Thanks to@mikebelshee@loppp@arikalephh

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BostonJerry With FaceID, cops can just point your phone at your face while they have you in handcuffs then look through your phone without a warrant.

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Livestream of my latest presentation: “The Challenges of Building Ethereum Infrastructure” youtube.com/watch?v=IWhox7…

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Last I checked, @iotatoken’s “Coordinator” software is closed source. Thus, via the transitive property, so is IOTA..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…is

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Going long on bitcoin is going short on @jpmorgan and the like. There are no bailouts for you here, bankers. twitter.com/CNBCnow/status…

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@JihanWu Do your electricity providers accept BTC?

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@etherscan your kovan explorer appears to be 1,000+ blocks behind our kovan nodes.

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Q: How do you exit an illiquid system that made you millions on paper?
A: You create new exit ramps & sell them to the next bagholders.

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.@BitGo, @blockchain, & @blocktrail have the most responsive 6 block txn fee estimates & are saving users money. So..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…d1

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@el33th4xor @kristovatlas @jimmysong I sexually identify as a Segregated Witness ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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@el33th4xor @kristovatlas @jimmysong I’m going to make a bold prediction that you’re gonna continue to be disappoin..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…P6

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@el33th4xor @kristovatlas @jimmysong More generally I’d say onus is on those trying to enact changes that require c..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…1E

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@el33th4xor @kristovatlas @jimmysong The point is that the onus is on those claiming “we need science!” to produce..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Xo

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@kristovatlas @jimmysong This science that you demand is irrelevant if the general consensus is that the rank speculation is correct.

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@kristovatlas @jimmysong Lower CONOP => more users taking advantage of the strongest security model in Bitcoin => more robust network.

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@kristovatlas @jimmysong What if the block size is artificially constrained via decentralized security planning? pic.twitter.com/FN908hTtnV

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@jgarzik Is it the responsibility of someone who finds a vuln to find and contact the thousands of fork maintainers?

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How to responsibly disclose in an adversarial environment where altcoin #999 has a huge incentive to attack altcoin..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…IT

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If a Bitcoin implementation vulnerability is patched & 1,000 languishing downstream altcoins remain out of date, is anything of value lost?🤔

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Bostonians: I’l be speaking tomorrow about challenges of building infrastructure on top of Ethereum. See you there! meetup.com/Boston-Ethereu…

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@el33th4xor It’s a trick question. The correct answer is “Honey Badgeroach.”

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The NYA is only to /activate/ a 2MB hard fork. Not to sustain that fork. So a single block should suffice…..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…mh

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bendavenport In blocks 484398 and 484399, @BitGo did txs of 1.2MB in size, freeing up about 600KB for other txs and creating 2 1.3MB blocks

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todayininfosec 1994: Code for the RC4 stream cipher, previously a trade secret, was anonymously posted to the Cypherpunks mailing..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…0C

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@realAlexFortin Use Shamir’s Secret Sharing Scheme; that’s what my commands reference. Then you decide who has “sh..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…sx

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My Bitcoin exit strategy is death.
$ sudo apt install ssss
$ echo “Last Will & Testament Key” | ssss-split -t <executors / 2> -n <executors>

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Cypherpunks defend their philosophy by writing and running code. They defend the code by discussing the philosophy that spawned it.

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Blockchains governed by enterprises are no more secure than financial networks governed by nation states. Corporations are easily regulated.

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Some want Bitcoin to be a juggernaut.
Others want it to be a cockroach.
Which would you prefer when financial armageddon comes calling?

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Authoritarians are welcome to create Bitcoin variants & ask folks to join them. The rest of us will decline; some more politely than others.

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@loganallenc Oops; thanks for the heads up. Just fixed it.

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If you accidentally send BCH to a BTC SegWit address, you’re gonna have an even worse time than if you sent BCH to a non-SegWit BTC address.

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dangermouse117 Wow, loving @lopp’s resources for those starting out on the journey. A treasure trove of education. lopp.net/bitcoin.html

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@kernelmastery @ToneVays @jimmysong @AriDavidPaul @cryptodemedici The answer to these types of questions is usually “to the pain.”

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@aFritzPoker More people upgrading to SegWit => more block space available for everyone else => lower tx fees & faster confirmations.

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@el33th4xor I think of the big problems is that a huge % of txns are created without a human looking at the fee and..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Al

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Bitcoin just produced a couple 1.3MB blocks. Someone doing their weekend consolidations, perhaps?..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ki

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@el33th4xor Unverified anecdote from a 0 day old reddit account. Even if true, sounds like a one-off wallet bug to pay 50,000 sat/byte.

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The problem with VPNs is the same as the problem with “the cloud” - at the end of the day, you’re just borrowing someone else’s computer.

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Don’t trust, verify.
Validate or die.

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@rjurney @airfrance @breakingbitcoin And incredibly negligent for ticketing software to not use the data it’s given..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…4Q

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@TuurDemeester It has been dying a long, painful death. They finally pulled the plug this week.

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@phzix @airfrance @breakingbitcoin I was cutting it too close already; was scheduled to arrive an hour before the conference started.

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@RichardHeartWin @airfrance @breakingbitcoin These imaginary borders are ridiculous. I’ve had fun “border” experien..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Xn

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.@airfrance sold me a ticket & now won’t let me board b/c passport expires exactly 3 months AFTER my return flight. Sorry @breakingbitcoin 😞

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Ladies and gentlemen, update your SDKs… it’s time to get SegWitty at @BitGo! pic.twitter.com/xtUJzwYUuF

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My city govt sent 14 pages of screenshots to 100K homes to guide through new online payment system. At least they p..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…R4

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aantonop 5 new BIPs from @johnsonlau01 :

MAST (Merkleized Scripts)
Re-enabling several OP codes
Covenants
.. and much more

lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitc…

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