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

July 2014

@emilepetrone I humbly suggest that an alternate route is for engineers to deprecate the existing legal system by building a superior one.

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Code is law; law is code. It’s high time that the legal system learns a thing or two about modern code development from software engineers.

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@BitcoinAverage Are you experiencing technical difficulties?

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@Pierre_Rochard @Bitstein By the way, @twobitidiot, how’d that market timing work out for you? I couldn’t bear sitting on the sidelines…

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@Bitstein @Pierre_Rochard @twobitidiot The problem with talking your book is that it’s often indistinguishable from market manipulation.

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Oatmeal ICANN seized and disabled my website because I forgot to open an email and verify my contact info. Yikes. pic.twitter.com/TQjj6MzTnJ

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jefft Great blog post on how we use Redis for worker queues here @Bronto: eng.bronto.com/2014/07/30/rel…

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headhntr It appears CMU isn’t denying involvement in the attacks on the Tor network that @torproject disclosed earlier today. blogs.wsj.com/digits/2014/07…

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It’s my pleasure to announce that I’ll be giving a presentation about statoshi.info at @Cryptolina in two weeks!

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@coinbase @Wikimedia @Wikipedia Now how about you disable the silly requirement to fill out a form with personal information.

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@shannonNullCode cool; you should come to the @TriangleBitcoin meetup Saturday and @Cryptolina in a few weeks!

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jgarzik .@shannonNullCode Absolutely. Blockchain tech is a new type of eventual consistency database. Tokens are just the first + easiest app.

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Oh look, @Wikipedia is asking for donations again. Too bad they refuse to accept the “artificial currency,” bitcoin. wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/FAQ/en#Wh…

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@coindesk A power surge isn’t quite the same as “being struck by lightning” - sensationalize much?

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Coinapult Today is the biggest day in Coinapult’s history. See what all the noise is about ow.ly/zGWkL

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@ErikVoorhees @Coinapult So, are there any fees to use Locks? I’m trying to figure out how you make a profit from this service.

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emilepetrone Today’s lesson in international commerce: You can’t send money to a person in Croatia via Paypal.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 11:00 AM, Jul 29th, 2014 via Twitter for Android)

@cryptotraveler Basically, they randomly remove text & photos from your profile, change your match %, then analyze your conversations.

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.@okcupid just made their first blog post in 3 years (I missed their analyses) and holy shit, it’s a doozy. blog.okcupid.com/index.php/we-e…

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ErikVoorhees Now every physical store in the world can become a Bitcoin ATM with no new hardware coinsafe.com

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jgarzik Shit Fanatics Say, Part 3: youtube.com/watch?v=gYnLkF…

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normanliang Article: Use of illicit drugs becomes part of Silicon Valley’s work culture mercurynews.com/business/ci_26…

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@pmccall777 @pig_poetry It’s perfectly acceptable if he has no use for the technology. However, dismissing it as “a joke” makes him a tool.

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@pmccall777 @pig_poetry This has nothing to do with dogma. This is about proven properties of a technology that he continues to ignore.

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@pmccall777 You like his style of ignorance? He doesn’t understand what backs the Bitcoin protocol, and thus dismisses users as “gullible.”

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oleganza Strong crypto is just math. But once some people with guns start blaming it as terrorism, it becomes a big happy Fuck You movement.

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@FnxTX Certainly! There is no guarantee, though technically minded people seem to have the highest rate.

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“Whenever you put your faith in big government for any reason, sooner or later you wind up an apologist for mass murder.” - Karl Hess

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I had no expectation of convincing John; I consider this a win b/c some NYPost readers may visit bitcoinsig.com & educate themselves

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Bitcoin skeptic John Crudele has publicly responded to my email in his latest @nypost column. nypost.com/2014/07/26/dea… /cc @NakamotoInst

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ryanxcharles The ethereum hype. marc.cn/2014/07/the-et…

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7) Remember this: Satoshi did not request donations or “pre-sell” shares in the Bitcoin system before it was launched.

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6) However, funding such ideas should be considered a philanthropic gesture. Doing so as an “investment” with expected profit is foolhardy.

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5) I’m not saying that we should not fund good ideas. We should, if they are sound, have a solid implementation roadmap, and skilled devs.

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4) Funds are raised, little-to-no progress is made, then the entities who collected the funds disappear / go silent.

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3) I keep seeing the same story play out over an over in the crypto space; great ideas are presented but “WE JUST NEED FUNDING!”

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2) The crowdfunding model is a great way to leverage the power of the swarm, however, it’s unethical to “sell” vaporware.

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1) Ideas are worthless; it is only with proper execution that an idea can gain value.

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@kyledrake The Blockchain doesn’t care if you’re a terrorist or drug user. :-)

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@mikestable @gigq @jefft Million dollar idea: build a market for professional points hounds such as yourself to shop for others & take a cut

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@Maggie_McNeill @CathyReisenwitz Nope, I claim practically zero knowledge of sex markets. Do the existing markets have pain points?

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@CathyReisenwitz Was discussing implications of Silk Road on drug markets & realized we need a frictionless pimpless market for sex workers.

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@pig_poetry Next time just orient yourself toward the stench of superiority

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Alienware Alienware now accepts Bitcoin! For a limited time, get up to $150 off when using this payment method! alienware.com

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A warm welcome to the newest U.S. Bitcoin exchange, @coinsetter! coinsetter.com

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@CheapAir @cryptotraveler Both my flights went smoothly; I even had the whole row to myself on the last leg!

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@cgarmstrong Just drove it for 400 miles, including over a mountain range, and can confirm that it is badass.

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oleganza If ethereum authors believe in its bright future, why would they sell it for btc which must lose all value if ether becomes very valuable?

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Today I bought my dream car. I think I’ll call it The Bitmobile :-) pic.twitter.com/myR4zxh5Cq

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EdFelten Senate offers HTTPS as an option, but House, Supreme Court, and White House don’t even have valid certificates.

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Anyone participating in the @ethereumproject Genesis sale should read the Terms & Conditions. ethereum.org/pdfs/TermsAndC… pic.twitter.com/WJdXyZvdiV

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@cryptotraveler I’m taking off on my first @CheapAir flight in 12 hours!

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@gigq Actually lower than I expected…

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Interesting results of a Bitcoin user poll that is currently being conducted: docs.google.com/forms/d/1FTW8e…

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theDogeparty Dogeparty, Where High Finance Meets the Internet labs.humint.is/dogeparty-wher…

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@PGuru714 If the law was created via a democratic process; consensus seems to be that NYDFS exists outside of the democratic process.

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Innovators don’t ask for permission to make the world a better place. techcrunch.com/2014/07/21/new…

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@flyosity ignorance does not discriminate & knows no bounds

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@wraltraffic @PhishTwirl Can’t see the photo because the account is protected :-(

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There’s a run on AK-47s b/c ignorant gun owners don’t realize that Russia is not the only country that produces them. wncn.com/story/26075794…

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@Magnus919 @jefft @MarilynAvila Did you make the mistake of asking for permission?

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@jefft @Broadwell4House @MarilynAvila :-( I think we’re way past the point where it is reasonable to expect politicians to improve our lives

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@jefft @MarilynAvila Perhaps it is time to deprecate @TWC and its cronies. Mesh networks FTW?

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stripe Bitcoin: the Stripe perspective. stripe.com/blog/bitcoin-t…

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@mikestable IDK how a single parent can keep track of 5 (going on 6) kids, much less support them on $10 / hour…

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Homeless Durham mom asks DSS for help, they turn her away. She posts ad seeking shelter, DSS shows up and takes kids. newsobserver.com/2014/07/19/401…

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It’s going to be an interesting week. Shout out to @CheapAir for making my one-way flight to Chattanooga a painless bitcoin purchase!

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@CathyReisenwitz @CCATDP Do we agree that it’s immoral for corps to make a profit off of incarcerating individuals? Poor incentive model IMO

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@CCATDP @CathyReisenwitz How does life imprisonment hold up under that same microscope?

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“Wine we need for health, the health we need to drink vodka.” - Victor Chernomyrdin, former Prime Minister of Russia

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@NakamotoInst, I found an addition for “The Skeptics” - ROFL at John Crudele nypost.com/2014/07/19/dea…

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There are no historical examples of barter economies; the double coincidence of wants makes it necessary to have a medium of exchange.

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oleganza In money, “units” mean nothing. Only your share of total money supply matters. Hence, “producing money” means redistribution or taxation.

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@mikestable @PrimalDurham But at least they didn’t serve you any gluten ?

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balajis As more merchants accept Bitcoin as remuneration, more people will accept Bitcoin as compensation.

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Dell Buy digital with digital: We’re now accepting bitcoin on Dell.com del.ly/6017liYD pic.twitter.com/bzre6G8uNx

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@jbeardsley Regardless, I don’t find it acceptable to tell people that they’re not allowed to defend themselves “because statistics.”

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@jbeardsley Shhhhhh let the man have his propaganda.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @pmccall777 What is this “civilized” world to which you are referring?

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@pmccall777 Yep; their police response times are some of the worst in the nation IIRC.

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Detroit police chief says armed citizens are curbing crime. Remember folks, it’s easier to carry a gun than a cop. washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jul/…

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Watching regulatory debates; same old story.

Statists: “It’s for your own good.”

Anarchists: “I know what is good for me. Leave me alone.”

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@cryptotraveler This is not news, it’s entertainment. IIRC, a law was passed in the 70s that made allowed “news” stations to spew BS.

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@BitPay @Bitstein “Bitcoin is an independant currency” - can you please fix the spelling of “independent” on bitpay.com/getbits

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@pmccall777 @nsa In capitalistic systems, it behooves one to assert control over the limited resources first.

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Don’t send me any unencrypted message that you wouldn’t CC: @nsa. Better yet, don’t send me any unencrypted messages. lopp.net/pgp.asc

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@3_nekomata @CathyReisenwitz @petertoddbtc My understanding is ring sigs provide obfuscation; zero knowledge proofs provide true anonymity.

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@3_nekomata @CathyReisenwitz @petertoddbtc @monerocurrency On privacy scale, seems to me that least to most is BTC -> XMR -> zerocash.

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@CathyReisenwitz @petertoddbtc Right; author mentions a truly anonymous cryptocurrency, which @ZerocoinProject aims to be.

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petertoddbtc The rich and powerful already have access to anonymous, untraceable money; Bitcoin levels the playing field. businessinsider.com/why-bitcoin-an…

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CathyReisenwitz Hard to watch but very well-executed. Call the Cops - Rob Hustle ft. Liv: youtu.be/IlY9C6pzxKc via @YouTube

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chain Send bitcoin with your fingerprint in iOS8 with Touch ID (video):

blog.chain.com/post/920580536…

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BenLawsky Here is the announcement describing the new proposed virtual currency rules. dfs.ny.gov/about/press201…

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@brucefenton @kaushikcbasu Is every publicly traded asset a “naturally occurring Ponzi scheme?”

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@brucefenton @jonmatonis @BashCo_ @ghash_io You need an automated (dis)incentive of some sort; asking nicely just doesn’t cut it.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @WorldBank TL;DR don’t confuse a limited resource that’s a publicly traded asset which fuels a speculative bubble w/a Ponzi.

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Recent @WorldBank report calls Bitcoin a “naturally occurring Ponzi.” Oh, and gold and housing are Ponzis too. ROFL www-wds.worldbank.org/external/defau…

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@cryptotraveler For security, I recommend an M of N split key or multisig cold storage scheme.

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@cryptotraveler I mean literal death. Your heirs should be able to recover your cryptocurrency. I have instructions in my will.

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@cryptotraveler I’ve also been surprised by the number of Bitcoin Barons who have nothing in place in case of their sudden demise.

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@cryptotraveler Far too few people understand the level of paranoia required to maintain bank-level security.

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@Magnus919 @twitter The way that @facebook shows me posts that people I don’t know have made on my friend’s walls… . DILLIGAF?

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@MarketPumps101 @ErikVoorhees I wonder if he had ACH debits from @coinbase; @WellsFargo has a history of closing accounts for doing that.

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@jgarzik @FlyinHellfish29 @guardian @ggreenwald Waste of resources. I vote we skip to “pardoned.” Oh wait, forgot this isn’t a democracy.

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realytcracker seriously @alyankovic you are murdering it so hard right now

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alxwinter Happy to announce that @downloaded_doc is now on @netflix: nflx.it/1ylXdBu

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My first post on the @Bronto Engineering blog is now live: Introducing the @BrontoKegbot! engineering.bronto.com/2014/07/15/int…

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@PGuru714 @polemitis @binarybits @NakamotoInst I don’t think they are. Neither do they seem to be worried about paper money. ;-)

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@binarybits @NakamotoInst Valid point. If we don’t progress from the status quo, you’re right. Key mgmt needs to be abstracted away.

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pig_poetry I’m finally watching The Wire. This show is so 90s. Remember when the cops had to get an affidavit to get your metadata?

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@binarybits Feel free to write an article about why smart property is a terrible idea; @NakamotoInst may add you to the skeptics section.

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Realtime US economy in one page: usdebtclock.org

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maxtaco New post on why and how @KeybaseIO writes the root of its Merkle Tree to the Bitcoin blockchain: keybase.io/docs/server_se…

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@pig_poetry No, though there are node.js Bitcoin node clients such as bitcore.io and insight.is

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I have begun work on a Bitcoin Baron funded node project & intend to release more open source tools for node operators in coming weeks.

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@CharlieShrem I believe you mean Morgan Spurlock; much cooler guy.

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@PGuru714 @bensotheremail Fascinating. I’d love to ask @shraga7 directly for a response, though it looks like he’s not active on Twitter.

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Chapel Hill teen seeks fun and profit mining for bitcoins. newsobserver.com/2014/07/12/399…

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bensotheremail @lopp Jewish traditions had year of Jubilee every 50 yrs debt was wiped out

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 8:58 PM, Jul 12th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

The cycle has historically been broken by creating a clean slate in 1 of 2 ways.
1) Consumer debt amnesty by the elites.
2) Violent revolt.

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We can see cycles spanning tens / hundreds of years during which the debts owed by the lower classes to the elites grows to a breaking point

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All monetary systems are based upon debt, and the history of debt can be followed back in time for thousands of years.

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“It’s ridiculous to pretend we could ever reduce human behavior, economic or otherwise, to a math formula of any sort.” @davidgraeber

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For hundreds of years it has simply been assumed that the guardian of all debt must necessarily be the state. @davidgraeber

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The Sumerian word “amargi,” the first recorded word for “freedom” means “return to mother” - freed debtors could go home. @davidgraeber

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“…money is just a commodity, chosen to facilitate exchange, which we use to measure the value of other commodities.” @davidgraeber

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Cryptolina is proud to welcome Jason King from @SeansOutpost as a speaker/presenter! Excited to hear about Across America!

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CathyReisenwitz Secure children; fuck the border.

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@magaFirst @patrickregister I’m actually shopping right now for a new car to put on my BITCOIN license plate, but I’m looking at Lotus’

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patrickregister ฿3.2 Bitcoins for my 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. V6, A/C, Auto and FUN! charlotte.craigslist.org/cto/4562723396… pic.twitter.com/LoLF18dk5E

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@cypherdoc2 @xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin I think we can make value propositions to Barons to suggest they invest in projects.

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@cypherdoc2 @xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin Obviously we can’t force them to do anything, but I do see them as an untapped resource.

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@mikestable Guess which dumbass said: “[NSA intelligence-gathering] is necessary. We’re at war with radical Islam.” techdirt.com/articles/20140…

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@cypherdoc2 @xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin To an extent. If EVERYONE were to HODL, I guarantee the system would stall out.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot Dogecoin such construction! Dogeconomy is down but not out!

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If only Buttcoiners spent half the energy they use denigrating Bitcoiners to instead be constructive & innovative… reddit.com/r/Buttcoin/com…

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin There is no wrong answer when it comes to contributing your skills. There are many facets that need work!

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin More entities are becoming reliant upon this system continuing to function; they need to pitch in.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin I’m also baffled by the Bitcoin Barons who aren’t investing some of their gains back into the ecosystem.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin I’d also like to see more Bitcoin enthusiasts stepping outside their comfort zone to spread awareness.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin And, of course the ongoing issues of mining centralization. I think we need more mining manufacturers.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin It seems to me that discussions on the dev mailing list have slowed in recent months; not sure why.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin As @gavinandresen has stated multiple times, it’s very difficult to achieve consensus amongst core devs.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin I’ve been contributing my dev skills toward analyzing nodes via my Statoshi fork statoshi.info

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin I’d like to see a plug-and-play hardware Bitcoin node in the $100 range that’s easy to config & maintain.

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@xbtwire @jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin The difficulty / resources / skills required to run and maintain a node are causing a decline, for one.

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@jgarzik @TampaBayBitcoin We need to change the mindset from “oh, someone else will handle that problem” to “how can I contribute?”

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jgarzik We need 1000x more developers. Too few understand the whole system.

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Evidence that @pmarca is more machine than man. 120 tweets per day? An order of magnitude more than I can bang out… qz.com/231649/marc-an…

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@aantonop You resigned from an industry-centric organization that CALLS itself “The Foundation” in order to make itself sound important.

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@Nightwolf42 @orionwl @github Even better if you’d support tying bitcoin donations to github issues as bounties.

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ncpolicelogs WTF, Durham PD?!?! Officer admits under oath that DPD commonly fakes 911 calls to gain entry to homes of citizens. abc11.com/news/i-team-dp…

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@BitcoinAverage Not surprising; @rogerkver sure has taken the “Bitcoin Jesus” moniker to heart.

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@anonymouscoin “Crime prevention specialist” - oh, that is rich. LEOs are crime historians (and sometimes criminals) not crime preventers.

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@karaokeyoga @RimbitCom Yes, it was the beginning of my suspicions, but the code never lies ;-)

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@mikestable @Magnus919 @pmccall777 @TylersDurham No, property is the most fundamental of rights. But perhaps @ATCDurham should change names.

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@pmccall777 @Magnus919 It was ATC that forced Tyler’s to ban it, according to the waitresses. They thought it was stupid as well.

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@RimbitCom Innovate or you are doomed to failure. You are currently offering nothing of substance in the crypto world.

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.@RimbitCom I wasted 10 min of my life auditing your repository (“git diff c7543bd” suffices) - you simply forked NVC & tweaked parameters.

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@RimbitCom I’m an engineer. Provide me with technical specifications that show your crypto has merit. Not marketing fluff.

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@Magnus919 @TylersDurham @ATCDurham Is this the definition of irony? American TOBACCO Campus, have you no respect for history?

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