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

March 2014

Send me your email address if you’d like an invitation to keybase.io

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TNWinsider Square now lets sellers accept Bitcoin on their own storefronts tnw.to/f4q9J by @EPro

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.@chamath claims Bitcoin + smart contracts + triple entry accounting can bring tax deferral capability to avg person youtube.com/watch?v=NV5ubk…

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Lopp Holdings, LLC portfolio report: currently down 33% since inception (average cost basis of $685 / BTC)

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@Rothbardian1627 Sure, I’m an editor and contributor at @CoinChomp. You can find my posts here: coinchomp.com/author/jameson…

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Duke Bitcoin Conference is this Saturday, featuring Core Dev @TheBlueMatt. Not sure yet if it’s open to public. eventbrite.com/e/duke-bitcoin…

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@flyosity Norovirus? That was me a week ago.

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@CathyReisenwitz It was a pleasure to meet you; I feel like I came home from @LibertyFestNC with plenty of fresh perspectives to ponder!

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Verifying myself: I am lopp on Keybase.io. ay5MtgeCoPlmhfLr9t5QHBSJPQ-8RQXsXSyc / keybase.io/lopp/sigs/ay5M…

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While @BTCFoundation does beneficial things for the community, it is not representative of it. Fewer than 1% of BTC users are members.

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There comes a point at which one should shut up and out-innovate one’s opponents into obsolescence.

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“America’s health problems are not just from overeating, but from malnutrition that results in overeating.” @therontron

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“Circular logic results in government banning large sodas rather than attacking root problem by eliminating corn subsidies.” @therontron

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“Government incentives in the agricultural industry have caused cheap food to push good food out of the market.” @therontron

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“Libertarians tend to avoid discussing the rights of children because it’s a very difficult topic.” - Ana Martin

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“The beauty of decentralized technologies is that the more people who use them, the more powerful they become.” @ABillyRock

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“Smart contracts have the potential to form a polycentric legal system that competes w/state’s monopoly on contract law.” @ABillyRock

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“Decentralization allows people to compete with monopolies.” @ABillyRock

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“The state’s most powerful monopoly is its monopoly on money.” @ABillyRock

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“If we had a violent revolution, those who ended up in power would be those who are best at violence; not what we want.” @MattBGilliland

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When it comes to economics: “Incentives matter, intentions don’t, free trade makes everyone better off.” @MattBGilliland

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“Ideas are not scare resources thus concept of private property is not necessary… piracy is publicity.” @JSDiedrich

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“Concept of private property is necessary b/c we live in a world of scarcity & need to allocate resources.” @JSDiedrich

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“There is no empirical evidence that intellectual property laws have spurred innovation.” @JSDiedrich

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@pmccall777 @JSDiedrich Publishers were the only ones with the tools to pirate composed music at the time.

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“Copyright and intellectual property have their roots in government granted privilege.” @JSDiedrich

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“The threat of piracy (by publishers) made 17th century music composers more productive.” @JSDiedrich

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Just sampled an India Pale Pilsner, a style of beer that’s so new, it isn’t an officially recognized style.

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“The Reinheitsgebot (German Beer Purity Law) was the world’s first consumer protection law. Libertarians LOVE consumer protection laws.”

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OH: “Red clay bricks are the exact opposite of Bitcoin, as they have been the most stable store of value throughout human history.”

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.@CathyReisenwitz keynote about how Libertarians can improve our methods of discussing ideas with “opponents.” pic.twitter.com/STm6lsfo7D

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“The AR-15 platform is the adult equivalent of LEGO®.”

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“Don’t look to govt for solutions. Even govt knows this… & contracts w/private sector to provide solutions.” @AlbertKLu

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Individuals will pursue their rational self interests, regardless of whether they live under a govt or in a free society.” @shanklinmike

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“CPS Investigators are incentivized to find reasons to remove children from their families.” @CarlosMoralesTC

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“Child Protective Services is engaged in a War on Drugs, not a War on Child Abuse.” @CarlosMoralesTC

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stripe Interested in accepting Bitcoin? You can sign up for the beta waiting list at stripe.com/bitcoin.

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@mikestable Holy shit, multiple image dumps in a single tweet! Are you going green?

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What if governance is not a political problem, but an engineering problem? What if the will of the people could be fairly executed via tech?

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pmarca 8/That critique can be either right or wrong, and vigorous debate follows. And that’s how a lot of technological progress is made.

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pmarca 7/When techies critique tech, it’s more: “This new tech is interesting, but it’s missing properties X, Y, and Z to be used in that way.”

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.@pmarca’s 90 second cryptocurrency pitch. youtube.com/watch?v=0S7k0y…

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@jessevanek I would be content paying my current amount of taxes if I had freedom to choose how it was distributed throughout public sector.

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@pmarca Do you have any plans to support development of Bitcoin Core?

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@LittleShibe This will surely occur to an extent, but crypto is a global phenomenon. Govt can only affect exchanges under their jurisdiction

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@LittleShibe That’s the best part - crypto continues to function the same, regardless of external ‘rules’ applied by govt.

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The more legitimacy cryptocurrency gains, the more appealing it looks to corporations and the financial industry.

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The more regulations that governments impose upon cryptocurrency, the more legitimacy they give it.

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The music used in the “You wouldn’t download a car” anti-piracy advertisement you’ve seen on many DVDs… is pirated. abc.net.au/science/articl…

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matthew_d_green My Zerocash co-author Eli Ben-Sasson gave this talk on our work in progress: youtube.com/watch?v=l7LSSE…

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Regarding MTGOX: “Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence.” - Napoleon Bonaparte

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@flyosity It would be a damn shame if you were forced to view Facebook ads in virtual reality.

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There appears to be a correlation between Bitcoin market value and Metcalfe’s Law. [correlation != causation] pic.twitter.com/qLBpP1lUrV

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a_greenberg Satoshi Nakamoto’s Neighbor: The Bitcoin Ghostwriter Who Wasn’t forbes.com/sites/andygree…

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@cryptotraveler @jessevanek @wayann Hard to say. If people get back bitcoins that they wrote off, they might dump them for “safety” of fiat.

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@wayann @jessevanek Wouldn’t surprise me - I’ve been saying all along that loss due to incompetence makes more sense than theft.

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OverkillCoin Like all crapcoins we’ve had a turbulent launch. But finally we’re here! IPO folks, cash out quick! Buy in, chumps! youtube.com/watch?v=1eU2IN…

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It looks like DOGE4NASCAR is actually going to happen, thanks in no small part to @moolah_io! doge4nascar.org

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@mikestable NSA will no longer collect data; we’ll just have the phone companies collect it on our behalf. LOL! usatoday.com/story/news/pol…

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@eric7urner @CoinChomp Don’t get me wrong, it’s high risk and potentially high reward if you hit the jackpot!

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@Irving_Aquino @anjiecast Good, b/c it’s pointless to fight against a system of voluntary interaction. No one is forcing you to participate.

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@Irving_Aquino @anjiecast Well then, I guess we can all go about our lives now that the authority has spoken. :-)

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@Irving_Aquino @anjiecast Those of us who understand that if you don’t hold it (private keys to BTC addresses) didn’t store BTC on Gox.

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@zfurnas @anjiecast I’d say it’s certainly compelling evidence :-)

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@anjiecast @zfurnas I’m not sure that it’s possible to ever achieve consensus with regard to philosophy…

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@anjiecast @zfurnas Glad you agree. Admittedly, discussion of “value” tends to be more philosophical than technical… it’s also subjective!

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zfurnas @anjiecast @lopp’s right. But you could generalize to: “next time anyone starts asserting “intrinsic value” of anything, stop listening.”

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anjiecast Next time someone tells you that has no intrinsic value, send them this short article by @lopp coinchomp.com/2014/03/24/int…

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Preliminary summary of @petertoddbtc’s Tree Chains project has been published sourceforge.net/p/bitcoin/mail…

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@CoinChomp @eric7urner Pre-ordering mining equipment is just making a gamble on top of a gamble. I don’t recommend it to anyone.

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businessinsider Kim Dotcom mocks authorities as his new cloud company is valued at $180 million read.bi/1lj49eP

via Business Insider (retweeted on 7:51 AM, Mar 25th, 2014 via web)

Dinosn Prezi Got Pwned: A Tale of Responsible Disclosure engineering.prezi.com/blog/2014/03/2…

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larrybyndon @lopp “… the blockchain could also prove an elegant solution to applying copyright law’s first sale doctrine to digital goods.” k mind blown

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@larrybyndon Bitcoin the protocol is far more interesting than Bitcoin the currency. Bitcoin is a protocol; currency is the first “app.”

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@larrybyndon Because Bitcoin is a set of consensus mechanisms that act as a foundation for us to build other trustless systems on top of it.

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@larrybyndon The interesting difference with regard to Bitcoin is that we can agree that it is more than simply money.

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@larrybyndon Isn’t all money like Monopoly money in that sense? Would you sell me your car for kyats?

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@larrybyndon Correct, Bitcoin miners all use ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits), however many alt-coins can be mined w/GPUs.

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@jessevanek Because mining a block is done by hashing ALL of the transactions together simultaneously. There are no discrete operations.

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@jessevanek Also, I should note that it’s technically incorrect to say that a transaction is using an explicit share of the mining power.

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@jessevanek Not really, because ASICs are orders of magnitude more efficient than cloud computing services. There’s no good comparison.

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@jessevanek I wanted to attempt that comparison, but I have no idea how to determine the share of value of miner’s computational power…

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@BrontoCaroline I blame it on the lack of patronage by Beignets for a Better Life.

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This would only work if miners were entire market. Crypto prices are based upon far more variables. This just equalizes mining profitability

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Strip mining makes sense for short-term profitability, but doing so in order to boost a specific coin and hurt competitors is short-sighted.

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This has the effect of driving the exchange rate of crypto you dislike down, while boosting exchange rate of crypto you like.

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Strip mining is a fascinating concept: instead of mining the crypto you want, you mine competing crypto and sell it for crypto you want.

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I present a counter-argument to those who say that Bitcoin “has no intrinsic value.” coinchomp.com/2014/03/24/int…

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@anaraug That’s a common argument made under assumption that ASICs result in centralization of hash power. Pools centralize power far more.

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You might be an egomaniac if: you launch an alternative currency and name it after yourself.

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Alt-coins whose only differentiator is an “ASIC proof” mining algorithm will not succeed long term. Only miners care about the algorithm.

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Looks like MTGOX hasn’t been the only exchange operating a fractional reserve. Proof of reserves is a must. vircurex.com/welcome/ann_re…

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My @Bronto colleagues will appreciate this gem from the Bitcoin Core code. pic.twitter.com/AFD5IqbYcD

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@goddamndave I hope it’s like @elonmusk’s Minority Report style system

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@CathyReisenwitz I’m looking forward to meeting you at Liberty Fest next week!

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@JamesGMorgan An Internet protocol with a payment error needs an Internet native payment method, one would think!

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@EJBowden You can go back in history and find plenty of examples of people discussing ideas for currency that sounds just like Bitcoin :-)

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@tipdoge tip @savethemhood 110 - Keep up the great work!

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I predict that after decades of languishing in obscurity, the HTTP 402 error will eventually see the light of day. w3.org/Protocols/rfc2…

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@TrueBitcoinGirl @CathyReisenwitz It’s always amusing to read articles of people telling the community what it must and must not do.

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“app coins are interesting because they’re a totally new way to do funding, monetization, and exit.” - @balajis soundcloud.com/a16z/a16z-podc…

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@TriangleBitcoin This may not be feasible, however, because IIRC a ‘getAddr’ request to a node retuns all ‘known’ nodes, not connected nodes

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@TriangleBitcoin I would also like to modify the Bitnodes software to perform other tasks (such as a mesh visualization) but that’s separate

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@TriangleBitcoin Current plan is to deploy modified nodes throughout network mesh that report stats. You want a mesh visualization?

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@TriangleBitcoin I began digging into the Bitcoin Core code last night; hoping to fork off to my DevOps project this weekend.

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TriangleBitcoin Lets talk - How many is enough? by ’s own @lopp coinchomp.com/2014/03/19/bit…

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@Altimor @polemitis But it’s an obvious choice for consumers: 99 cents of time for an app / song / ebook or spend months / years creating it

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@Altimor @polemitis It was quite difficult to find software for 99 cents in the pre-Internet era.

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@Altimor @polemitis Digital distribution allows producers to lower prices due to increased market size & lower distribution costs.

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@Altimor @polemitis Unit cost is only one factor. Initial production cost remains quite high due to the skills required.

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Throwback Thursday: Bitcoin Core versions < 0.6 used IRC channels to learn the IP addresses of other nodes. en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Satoshi_C…

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@rjurney Oops, you’ve changed your mind rather quickly, eh?

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@bonatsos @polemitis Money is simply stored time.

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@tuurdemeester Pretty sure we’ve established that difficulty follows price, not vice versa.

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@jgarzik @kncminer “Shipment begins in Q2/Q3 of 2014” ಠ_ಠ I expect more precision for a $10,000 investment.

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I find it difficult to believe that there is much overlap between Dogecoin enthusiasts and NASCAR fans, but hey, what do I know?

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@flyosity Zero tolerance for anyone who interferes with Darwinism!

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@pmccall777 @dailytarheel I value @flyosity’s candidness in that he will not hesitate to disagree with me :-)

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@flyosity I need your professional design opinion. Is it just me or is @dailytarheel’s redesign terrible? dailytarheel.com/article/2014/0…

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Facebook’s Security Director leaves for @coinbase, stating “I’ve decided that crypto currency is worth protecting.” techcrunch.com/2014/03/19/fac…

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@barrysilbert @WSJ @mikejcasey @paulvigna Good luck, Barry! @winklevoss and @tylerwinklevoss have a habit of winning races…

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barrysilbert News is out: SecondMarket seeks to open bitcoin fund as early as fourth quarter. on.wsj.com/1ow8bPW via @WSJ @mikejcasey @paulvigna

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emilepetrone Today we launched the new Tindie! MOAR awesomeness is on the way! tindie.com

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I donned my robe and DevOps hat for my latest @CoinChomp post: “Bitcoin Nodes: How Many is Enough?” coinchomp.com/2014/03/19/bit…

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@Magnus919 @TriangleDevOps DevOps for distributed open source software projects

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“Intrinsic value” is a fallacy. All value is subjective and relative to one’s situation / perspective.

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@_JasonCooper @flyosity @AInsights Nope, I’ve only ever heard of Bleacher Report automating content for sports articles.

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@flyosity Think the journalists are quaking in their boots?

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@oleganza Welcome to the free market - it can be a confusing place :-)

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The U.K. has unveiled a new 12-sided pound coin that is being hailed as the most secure coin in the world. *snicker* money.cnn.com/2014/03/19/new…

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@mikestable Is the NSA tapping our water supply? lulz wired.com/wiredenterpris…

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“To reduce confusion between Bitcoin-the-network and Bitcoin-the-software we renamed the reference client to Bitcoin Core.” @gavinandresen

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gavinandresen Bitcoin Core version 0.9.0 is finished! Download binaries from bitcoin.org/bin/0.9.0/ — report bugs to github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi…

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The most successful Bitcoin companies will be those that shift our need to trust the company (and its security practices) onto the protocol.

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@CoinChomp It’s quite silly. Assuming the ‘jackpot’ blocks are random, miners are still sharing same pie fairly based upon hash power.

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@CoinChomp Apparently mining in and of itself isn’t a gamble enough - we need to support gambling within our gambling! :-P

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@tuurdemeester There’s the pump; brace for the dump!

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@mikestable The 2x4 is the key to swoleness.

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HashTrust Announcing SafeTX, an easy-to-use trustless bitcoin escrow service. hashtrust.com pic.twitter.com/dB49z0gmsC

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@BitcoinAverage It was just an error in @blockchain’s MySQL database - not a problem with their Bitcoin implementation.

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nntaleb The ultimate test of freedom is whether you *have to* explain why you did something.

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@polemitis The potential for death is half the fun of driving!

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OH: “Calling it a [Bitcoin] wallet is stupid. You put coins in a purse, not a wallet.”

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@bishi3000 @jgarzik This is NOT the core dev Mike Hearn. Article is by github.com/mike-hearn whereas core dev is github.com/mikehearn

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@Newsweek @truth_eater LOL, keep sticking your head in the sand. I’m sure it will work out splendidly for you.

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@CoinChomp A goxcoin is a bitcoin that Gox claims exists but can’t prove. People were trading goxcoins via bitcoinbuilder.com

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Bitcoin allows small merchants to operate internationally and in high-risk markets with no overhead. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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@CoinChomp “Lets Users Check Goxcoin Balances”

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oleganza Idea of a useful altcoin tmblr.co/Z3kFay1AJVYuC

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Two blocks diverged in a digital chain,
and sorry I could not follow both,
I chose the longer chain.
And that has made all the difference.

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How do we apply principles to decentralized open source software? Anyone have any resources about this subject?

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I’ve been busy researching for my next blog post, pushing the boundaries of insight that anyone has into the Bitcoin network mesh.

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@jgarzik Artifically low supply due to monopoly status?

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HA! “I have learned this about the fanatical Bitcoiners: they will see this all in a different light once they reach puberty.” -@truth_eater

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@Mircea_Popescu *mind blown* care to expound upon that statement?

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@matthew_d_green @Newsweek and @truth_eater are free to claim whatever they want. It doesn’t make it true.

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If I were a Bitcoin Baron, I’d be building dedicated DevOps and QA teams to support the core developers. /cc @Mircea_Popescu

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tuurdemeester Dogecoin stats: $48M market cap (0.6% of BTC), 18,380 daily transactions (26% of BTC), 71k reddit subscribers, 167k twitter followers.

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I don’t think I’ve ever come across a URL that looked like it was having an identity crisis… until now: com-http.us

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Dorian Nakamoto dropped his ISP in 2013 due to financial distress. Sounds like he can use the 45 BTC we’ve raised. pic.twitter.com/Y6yyTvhEmS

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@BitBets @Mircea_Popescu So you’re saying that I can make some easy money by betting that Bitcoin will be volatile…

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jonmatonis Zerocoin: Zero Knowledge for Infinite Anonymity coinchomp.com/2014/03/10/zer… via @CoinChomp and @lopp

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Mircea_Popescu And Yes bets continue to flow in o.O @BitBetsBets 1,000.0BTC on ‘Yes’- to surpass Berkshire as an investment bitbet.us/bet/786/bitcoi…

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savethemhood @tipdoge tip @Doge4water 14000000 may we all drink water. let the wealthy fill your cup.

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@sweetlydrifting My pleasure! Hope we can hang out again soon

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@tuurdemeester Shhhhhhhhh we don’t want statists to know that.

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Good luck to professional image dumper @mikestable w/ today’s nuptials! i.imgur.com/wY4Zt5S.gif i.imgur.com/Dvr1x1e.gif i.imgur.com/3lwUOSV.gif

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It’s never a good sign when you come home to find multicolored dotted lines spray painted all over your yard.

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@danlowe @Jeremy_DeGroot @pig_poetry The Bank of Bitcoin is open 24/7/365 and there are no lines.

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@pig_poetry @danlowe Also, avoid them on the bi-weekly payday.

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BillNBing “You can’t kill an idea” - read to better understand and why there is so much divide on the subject: exitevent.com/two-sides-of-b…

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The opinion of anyone who doesn’t fully understand [Subject X] is irrelevant, regardless of their fame or accolades.

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“A number with more than two decimals is not perceived as a price but as a geeky number that you convert to local currency.” - @TamasBlummer

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The debate about which units the Bitcoin community should default to has been reignited on the core dev mailing list. i.imgur.com/HcGbAaU.gif

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@pig_poetry I just realized that the facial hair you’re sporting on Twitter is the inverse of your real life facial hair.

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@pig_poetry You have fallen directly into my trap!

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@NTmoney He doesn’t have to believe in Bitcoin; Bitcoin believes in him.

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@pig_poetry That’s like, your opinion, man.

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As you add more engineers to a code review, the time & # of changes needed to achieve consensus asymptotically approaches infinity.

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Yet another mass murder in China - proof that China doesn’t have strict enough knife control, amirite? indianexpress.com/article/world/…

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@mark_a_phelps Did you create a mater branch?

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“Economics can be a science. As it is practiced today, it is most definitely not.” @cal_abel statisticaleconomics.org/2014/03/13/qua…

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BillNBing “You can’t kill an idea” — why has such strong support exitevent.com/two-sides-of-b… cc @lopp @bradwheeler

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