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

September 2014

Upgraded statoshi.info to @grafana 1.8.1 & enabled Elasticsearch; you can now save custom dashboards such as statoshi.info/#/dashboard/db…

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Also, my node receives a miniscule # of bloom filter requests & generally < 10% of the connections are SPV clients. pic.twitter.com/SElbF1UwbZ

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I think the authors made some poor assumptions. My understanding is most SPV clients only connect to trusted nodes owned by wallet creator.

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On the Privacy of Bloom Filters in Lightweight Bitcoin Clients: eprint.iacr.org/2014/763.pdf Solution: connect your SPV client to a node you own.

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@pmccall777 @flyosity At least? If he was high, he probably wouldn’t have been speeding, if he drove at all :-P

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potch alias yolo=’git commit -am “DEAL WITH IT” && git push -f origin master’

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity When they stop buying your units, it’s the manufacturer’s problem. Have to dump more money into R&D.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity Not exactly; it’s a bit self defeating b/c the more you sell, the ROI of each unit decreases.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity If you CAN manufacture them, it makes sense to sell if you went into debt to do so or if you think price will drop

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @flyosity That’s why ASICs are scarce - there are few fabrication plants churning out silicon for SHA256 hashing.

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@flyosity …unless, of course, they use the machines until they’re nearly unprofitable and THEN ship them out.

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@flyosity It honestly makes little sense for someone who manufactures money minting machines to sell them to other people.

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@flyosity Many have speculated that this is a common practice for ASIC manufacturers who “pre-sell” their hardware.

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circlebits No more waiting. We’re happy to announce that we’ve opened our doors to a global audience! circle.com/ja/2014/09/29/…

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@oocBlog Is your time to crunch the numbers increasing linearly along with the size of the blockchain? Might be time to parallelize the job.

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Finally got to see Kid Cudi live & he killed it. Downtown ATL is currently an open air smokefest. Outkast

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@port8333 This appears to be same phenomenon that resulted in me receiving the “node is synced” notice last time. Didn’t happen yesterday…

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This merits investigation; happening more often? Hour+ periods where new blocks received but height doesn’t update. pic.twitter.com/3Ws8b0ISjd

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@JtotheOE Sure, but unlike Ethereum, Dark Wallet devs aren’t trying to pre-sell vaporware…

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@JtotheOE Why is it DOA? Have they ceased development?

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openbazaar Our development process just got real. github.com/OpenBazaar/Ope…

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@ollekullberg @adam3us Either system seems feasible, but the problem with protocols like this is adoption! Chicken & egg problem FTL…

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If @adam3us’s hashcash had been adopted by ISPs, @Bronto would be running a hashcash header mining farm to keep the firehose spewing.

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@ollekullberg If only there was some way to de-incentivize spammers from emailing you by making them expend resources… @adam3us

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@louisck It’s time for you to start accepting bitcoin on your site. letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/how-…

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Of all the commands I use as an engineer at @Bronto, my favorite is probably “dudeman deploy spew”

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@MarcHochstein Yep, banks don’t want to have to compete with non-banks because new competition is scary.

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Wal-Mart will begin offering checking accounts, banksters complain that it’s unfair competition. ROFL businessweek.com/news/2014-09-2…

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New Statoshi features: peer node disconnect RPC call, stats partitioning by hostname. I should have a pool of nodes up soon…

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@orweinberger @soylent Nope, maintaining my weight, though I’m still drinking a fair amount of beer :-) Feeling just fine!

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@orweinberger @soylent I spent a week ramping up my intake and have been 100% for 8 days. No problems other than flatulence during ramp-up.

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Pros of being on an all @soylent / liquid diet: no more grocery shopping, cooking, leftovers, dirty dishes, or flossing.

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@mark_a_phelps Is that what the kids are calling it these days?

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sempf QA Engineer walks into a bar. Orders a beer. Orders 0 beers. Orders 999999999 beers. Orders a lizard. Orders -1 beers. Orders a sfdeljknesv.

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@emilepetrone @sklacy PayPal’s involvement brings more legitimacy and hopefully ease-of-use to the Bitcoin ecosystem.

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PayPal We’re teaming up with payment processors to provide more flexibility in how you buy and sell: bit.ly/1riGagG.

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matthew_d_green I wrote this piece for Slate as a response to @OrinKerr’s concerns about Apple encryption. slate.com/articles/techn…

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The next free offering of DFIN-511, “Intro to Digital Currencies” taught by @polemitis and @aantonop begins Oct 15. digitalcurrency.unic.ac.cy/free-introduct…

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@oleganza Welcome to the early stages of crypto anarchy, @OrinKerr. You want our data? μολὼν λαβέ

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@polemitis Running about a dozen myself; just merged in @gavinandresen’s RPC disconnect feature to finish up my node connection mgmt daemon.

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@binarybits It appears that yesterday was a good day to buy after all…

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@danielpbarron Meh, I’ve been fairly turned off by the elitism of the vocal -assets players. Case in point.

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@CharlieShrem Tell those buyers to get their butts over to the public exchanges!

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Google confirms that the next version of Android will default to full file system encryption. cnet.com/news/google-to…

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@imillhiser @binarybits Don’t forget it’s a Ponzi scheme and everyone holding bitcoin is a bagholder speculating upon the Great Fool theory.

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Avast ye, that bilge-sucking hornswaggler pirateat40 had his doubloons plundered by FedGov. insidebitcoins.com/trendon-shaver…

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@imillhiser @binarybits I don’t see a need to defend Bitcoin. Either you use it or you don’t. If you have no need for it, don’t use it…

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@imillhiser @binarybits Ah yes, the “beanie baby argument.” That’s one of my favorites :-)

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@imillhiser @binarybits Oh, OK. That’s not hyperinflation. Utility is in the eye of the beholder; what’s not useful to you may be to others.

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@imillhiser @binarybits What? That doesn’t make any sense unless you’re suggesting that alt-coins make Bitcoin hyperinflationary.

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If data storage & camera pervasiveness trends continue, it’s feasible future generations will be able to watch the lives of their ancestors.

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@orweinberger I wish humans had APIs. They keep returning response codes I can’t parse.

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@gigq Google plus says I should connect with your mom. Not even joking.

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@binarybits … because we locked up all of the criminals, amirite?

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coincenter The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks

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@flyosity Heh but are there entire forums / subreddits devoted to people doing nothing but hating on Apple?

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@roasbeef @balajis Yep, though to be fair, the results don’t indicate truncation or pagination. Hopefully they’ll add that soon.

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@balajis It appears that Toshi needs some work done on its UTXO lookup logic. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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Benchmarking Bitcoin blockchain APIs for fetching UTXO set for 1UaizTd5Wy3p7pLiEfo9yfVS7LnN8D58W reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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Jury duty today, AKA being tortured by being confined to a room with CNN talking non-stop about how much danger we’re in from terrorism.

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.@rogerkver has launched bitcoinbountyhunter.com, a site for crowdfunding bounties for tracking down criminals.

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Bitstein Toshi: “An open source node built to power large scale web applications” by @coinbase toshi.io

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@CathyReisenwitz I got an OKC message last night saying “Your profile is hilarious, I’m disappointed we aren’t compatible” from a 90% match.

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polemitis 16/ We are running the course again on Oct 15. Some testimonials and signup form are here: digitalcurrency.unic.ac.cy/free-introduct… digitalcurrency.unic.ac.cy

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polemitis 13/ More detail about the process can be read here. Comments and questions are welcome. digitalcurrency.unic.ac.cy/certificates

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@Infinite_Radio @anonymouscoin It’s funny logic because it’s randomizing a check that should be very explicit & not random at all.

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polemitis 1/ Today, we announce the first university certificates that can be verified via the blockchain. twitter.com/MScDigital/sta…

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@pmccall777 @Magnus919 It wouldn’t be all that interesting unless you enjoy reading detailed stories about flatulence.

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jgarzik “Running the core daemon as a container” medium.com/@abrkn/running…

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@RyanScudellari It’s better than I expected. Very simple & easy to make, thus far I have not felt the need to alter the flavor. Gulp ‘n go!

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@emilythorson @binarybits Safety is relative to one’s perspective. None of us are completely safe; we’re all going to die!

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I spent the past week ramping up my @soylent intake and as of today will be on a 100% Soylent diet for the next week or so. Stay tuned…

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I wrote a new feature for Bitcoin Core’s RPC API over the weekend, but @gavinandresen beat me to it. Oops… github.com/gavinandresen/…

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If you absolutely must run a Bitcoin node on a VPS, don’t attempt to run it on a cheap / minimal spec VPS. It’s not worth the trouble.

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@jdanforth Unfortunately, I don’t - it took 4 months for me to get the invite after I signed up.

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@JamesGMorgan @circlebits @coinbase does have a faster setup if you trust them with your account password, though ID verification is a pain.

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It took me 3 minutes to set up my account and purchase bitcoins with a Visa. Well done, @circlebits

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.@Overstock is hiring engineers for a stealth project; perhaps to bring cryptocurrency processing in-house? indeed.com/viewjob?jk=5aa…

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@BitcoinAverage looks like your twitter bot is stuck on stale data.

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NickSzabo4 @matthew_d_green @tqbf IDs are insecure, local, and labor-intensive vs. we need secure, global, and automated. s/Nakamoto consensus/IDs/.

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This might be my favorite config value ever:

rpcpassword=random_authvalue_DO_NOT_USE_THIS_STRING_OR_YOU_WILL_GET_ROBBED

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Has anyone done a performance comparison of bitcoind / btcd / bitcoinj / libbitcoin full nodes?

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vgr Martial arts and the cycle of bullshit. This is the best thing I’ve read in a few weeks. antipope.org/charlie/blog-s… ht @BillSeitz

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TPM Colbert loves the Apple Watch: “It’s finally cool to wear a calculator watch!” bit.ly/1rH7imZ pic.twitter.com/6zzfqyejUO

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Hemisphere differs from - and far exceeds in scope - the National Security Agency’s phone record collection program. phillydeclaration.org/2014/09/10/exc…

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@niccary @blockchain @coindesk Do you differentiate between “used” and “unused” wallets? That is, wallets that have > 0 transactions?

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FredericJacobs LOL @google on @Apple Pay: “Phishing attack ahead: Attackers might try to trick you to steal your credit card info.” pic.twitter.com/p5Ti4PpGaf

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@pmccall777 hurry up and gimme dat subdermal implant!

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realytcracker put the website for the new album up introducingneals.com

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@oleganza @jonmatonis @mbauwens I keep seeing complaints about “inequality” of BTC owners but no suggestions for how to “fairly” distribute.

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@jefft “One more thing… the new iPhone will allow you to upgrade the internal components!” i.imgur.com/3X6BN4F.jpg

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@balajis To be fair, there is no proof of a leak. Technically, there’s no proof that his account was compromised. It COULD be Satoshi :-)

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@TriangleBitcoin Though miners have an economic incentive to ‘censor’ transactions at the moment due to block races & data propagation.

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@TriangleBitcoin Censorship is hard to define in such a system; you could claim that miners choosing not to verify transactions is such.

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@TriangleBitcoin Seems a trustless system operates by trusting no one trusts anyone, thus we trust everyone will check each other’s claims.

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@TriangleBitcoin But do you trust those aggregate of participants?

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Theorem: any computation that can be performed while relying upon a trusted authority can be performed without a trusted authority.

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@Bitstein Indeed, he might have hit up Silk Road and developed a sense of humor.

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@Bitstein Any proof that they have anything other than access to Satoshi’s email account?

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Bitstein Dear Satoshi. Your dox, passwords and IP addresses are being sold on the darknet. p2pfoundation.ning.com/xn/detail/2003…
Another chapter in the saga begins

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If you want to delve deeper into crypto, Cryptography I begins this week on @coursera coursera.org/course/crypto

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ryanxcharles Most people still don’t understand bitcoin. news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8286504 …but more do today than a year ago.

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@emilepetrone ermagurd that’s a scary peak righ thar

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@Magnus919 I think if you fly a private charter you don’t have to go through TSA BS. Request a private plane.

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@Magnus919 IDK, what’s your reason for not flying?

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MadBitcoins Apple to announce deal with Credit Cards tomorrow. World yawns, because @PayPal announced a deal with today.

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@braintree is partnering with @coinbase to allow @PayPal merchants to accept bitcoin” @williamready

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@flyosity Yep, I have my mute button ready to engage.

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@FinancialBear @TPRSource @CharlieShrem pled guilty to 1 count of aiding & abetting operation of an unlicensed money transmitting business.

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Capitulation post at the top of /r/bitcoin? Buy signal. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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@Rodomonte It’s simply an organization for intellectual types who want to interact with other intellectuals. The membership is diverse.

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@Rodomonte The Nazi racial purity organization? No, Mensa doesn’t try to dictate how its members interact with non-members…

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@BitcoinBreak @barrysilbert @cdixon Yes. Don’t tell me what I can do with my money, including what risks I’m “allowed” to take.

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@mark_a_phelps It’s not smart, either. I’ve paused it for a while, then restarted and had it ask me 30 seconds later if I’m still watching.

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@cdixon @polemitis @barrysilbert Then surely that space will become too crowded, startups will fail, and people will be forced to innovate?

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@barrysilbert @cdixon By “non professionals” do you mean “non accredited investors” AKA “non rich people?”

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Five nines is hard. Assuming no more downtime, the Bitcoin network will reach 99.999% uptime on April 3, 2081. bitcoinuptime.com

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realytcracker principal recording on the new album is complete - tracklisting/hints at facebook.com/introducingnea…

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@simondlr Yes, the exam fee gets you a one time use password. Incentive not to take the exam until you’re ready.

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@simondlr Yes, the CBP is a 75 question multiple choice exam with a 20 minute time limit. Took me 12 minutes. Looking forward to CBX exam.

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I completed the Certified Bitcoin Professional certification at cryptoconsortium.org - should be interesting to see if this catches on.

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@EdFelten For what should they be apologizing? They did nothing wrong - they can’t be expected to censor all the users of their platform.

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@jefft Some haters were hating, but in general I think it went over well.

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@DanielKrawisz @matthew_d_green @oleganza @Bitstein Since Bitcoin is for both proof of & transfer of ownership, I think both are important.

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@flyosity Apple was founded on April Fool’s Day? It’s all beginning to make sense!

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@CElston I’m sure that @aantonop wouldn’t mind me directing you to “Mastering Bitcoin” github.com/aantonop/bitco… amazon.com/Mastering-Bitc…

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@ezraklein @binarybits You made the wrong call when you chose ignorance over experience.

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@danlowe in a pinch, saliva can be used as lube

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.@voxdotcom flip flops, chooses ignorance over firsthand experience with cryptocurrency. vox.com/2014/9/5/61108…

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@curtwoodward Everyone is biased; I don’t see the point trying to pretend that a journalist isn’t biased.

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@curtwoodward I guess; it seems silly to me. Whatever you write about any public good or service may have an effect upon it.

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@ezrabutler @cdixon If positive articles you write about Paypal creates more users, that increases the value of Paypal’s network to you…

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@curtwoodward Gotcha. So how should we view journalists who are bullish on the dollar and write articles flaming cryptocurrency? :-P

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@ezrabutler @cdixon That sounds terrible. Can journalists not have Paypal / Google wallet / Square / etc accounts if they write about them?

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@ezrabutler Sure, but first hand experience is orders of magnitude more valuable than secondhand. Pretty sure that’s @cdixon’s point.

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@curtwoodward Pump? Last I checked, buying cryptocurrency doesn’t affect the spot price unless you’re buying many thousands of dollars worth

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@ezrabutler @cdixon That is indeed absurd, given that one is legal and the other is not. One is violent and the other is voluntary.

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@curtwoodward @cdixon Hard to say. I’ve had a number of reporters interview me, and most of them manage to screw up the details.

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@hblodget @cdixon Last I checked, @coinbase made it pretty darn easy. Assuming that you trust their Vault service.

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@binarybits Good to hear you’re back in the game. Let me know when you’re ready to level up. ;-) medium.com/@lopp/how-to-i…

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon Whether Big Players fund Bitcoin Core or alternative implementations, more resources are needed.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon Quite simply, we need more full time and specialized engineers working on the project.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon I have a number of issues with how Bitcoin Core dev is structured, but can’t complain about volunteers.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon @winklevoss @chamath Seems to me that if Bitcoin Barons care, they should hire full time devs themselves.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon IDK, would PoS voting mean that @winklevoss, @chamath, & other Bitcoin Barons control future development?

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Budgeting $300 for a BTC integration is a recipe for Karpeles. RT @Coinality Need Payment Bitcoin Integration ow.ly/B6p7P

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@pmccall777 The current state of crowdfunding is pretty sad with regard to accountability of campaigners.

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@tylerwinklevoss Would you prefer I send you coins in denominations of 10 or 100?

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@SHodyEsq @HipChat looks the same across versions when you’re simply using it as an XMPP service. :-)

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Congratulations to @camharvey at @DukeU for being one of the first professors to teach a course on cryptocurrency. coindesk.com/top-us-college…

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@BTCFoundation @gavinandresen @techreview Too late. Already invested my time, skills, and money. Would like to invest more of all three.

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@CathyReisenwitz Some chump out there doesn’t even know that he needs whatever you’re selling! Work it!

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I doubt that human-to-human or human-to-machine use cases can justify micropayment channels, but machine-to-machine appears a perfect fit.

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Are there any examples of micropayment channels that have been implemented on mainnet? bitcoinj.github.io/working-with-m…

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@TriangleBitcoin @coindesk Sure, but I’d rather they be shaken out via voluntary reputation services rather than involuntary surveillance.

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@coindesk @TriangleBitcoin Their position enables them to capture info & identify wrongdoers? That’s what crypto-anarchy seeks to avoid.

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“Bitcoin was worthless until the Genesis Pizza event in 2010, which set the first value.” - Ted Nelson youtube.com/watch?v=3CMucD…

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BTCFoundation Bitnodes Project 2014 Q3 Report: The State of P2P Network by Addy Yeow ow.ly/B2Ic3 pic.twitter.com/F4JxZHMfHp

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@TuurDemeester It’s difficult for me to take that web site seriously. Horrible design, feels spammy, and the title of the site is “My Blog.”

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