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

June 2015

@coinbase It looks like your block explorer thinks it got stuck on an orphan chain, but those blocks aren’t. coinbase.com/network/blocks

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Verification that @ChangeTip’s assets exceed their stated liabilities: bitgo.com/proof/changeti…

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coinbase We’re seeing about a 300% increase in bitcoin buys across all Europe in past few weeks (not much from Greece though, they aren’t able to)

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 2:25 PM, Jun 30th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@mikestable If I want to earn miles, I just hop on my trusty steel steed. I’ve earned 50,000 already! I cash them in for great stories.

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Facebook P2P Payments: a service that allows Americans with debit cards to send money via intermediaries with a 3 business day lag time.

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ryanxcharles How @lopp comes to the @BitGo office. pic.twitter.com/4GSrQUSMlO

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 12:18 PM, Jun 30th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

bendavenport Verified by @BitGo provides multi-sig proof of assets and SaaS version of Greg Maxwell’s liability Hash trees (thanks to @o_lalonde)

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:34 AM, Jun 30th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@barrysilbert @blockchain It’s a stress test. Note how the amount of BTC being sent did not simultaneously spike. statoshi.info/dashboard/db/t…

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AugurProject Augur Blog: Thoughts on Event Consensus - augur.net/blog/thoughts-…

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Announcing Launch of Solvency Proofs Verified by @BitGo bitcoinmagazine.com/21058/bitgo-an…

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@epaga @twobitidiot Sorry, but I have yet to see any raw numbers. Percentage increases could mean the users went from 10 to 20.

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Buttcoiners hate us ‘cuz they anus.

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@orderofstuff What’s the deal with Amagi these days?

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@oznathan @Generalstuff101 I hope so; I’m just pushing back against journalism like this: money.cnn.com/2015/06/29/tec…

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The first Triangle Bitcoin and Business meetup is tomorrow; I’m looking forward to having some great discussions! meetup.com/NC-Triangle-Bi…

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@adrjeffries @twobitidiot But really, we don’t even know what Bitcoin will look like in 10 years, much less 100 years.

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@adrjeffries @twobitidiot I speculate that if Bitcoin still exists in a hundred years, transaction fees will dwarf the block rewards.

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A) Bitcoin has sustained itself for 6 years on ‘wasted’ electricity.
B) Bitcoin’s primary goal is not efficiency.
motherboard.vice.com/read/bitcoin-i…

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@adrjeffries @twobitidiot Yes, I’ve clarified in the comments on the article.

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@adrjeffries @twobitidiot “to launch a 34 percent or 51 percent attack [where an attacker can alter transactions as they please]” *facepalm*

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@adrjeffries @twobitidiot “Bitcoin mining is guaranteed to stop after 21M coins have been mined, lowering electricity usage.” *facepalm*

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@ka_brok @aantonop I think Greece is reminding many Bitcoin users of Bitcoin’s strengths, thus they’re buying more.

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@Generalstuff101 It’s fine with me; I don’t think Bitcoin is ready for mass adoption yet due to scalability issues.

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@Generalstuff101 Completely agree, which is why I’m glad to be working for @BitGo, tackling those very problems.

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Still waiting for CoinWallet.eu to make good on their promise for another stress test… bitcointalk.org/index.php?topi… statoshi.info/dashboard/db/t…

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IMO recent rise in BTC exchange rate is more likely to be due to increased demand from current Bitcoin users rather than new Greek users.

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Humans can only comprehend change at rates up to the maximum that they have previously experienced.

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The day you stop learning is the day the rest of the world moves on without you.

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel It’s only a matter of time before we see best practices emerge for running blockchain services. github.com/CryptoConsorti…

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel I find it more likely that bootstrapped companies w/limited funds will use third party APIs as a starting point.

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel If @BitGo decided to cease responding to commands, you can route around us and move your coins to a different service.

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel And of course, there’s also the limited-trust model we use at @BitGo. We could lie about balances, but not steal coins.

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel For an individual, SPV w/o a trusted node will probably provide sufficient security. Enterprises should run full nodes.

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@Beautyon_ @mzdr0 SPV is the answer for people who don’t want to run a full node and don’t want to trust a third party.

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@twobitidiot Depends upon the security / anonymity of the process you use to hop chains, but yes :-)

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When you have to ask permission to access your money, it isn’t actually your money. This holds true for both cryptocurrency and fiat.

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Looks like I found a presentation by @TheBlueMatt that no one has seen! “Securing Data on Compromised Hardware” youtube.com/watch?v=qyTZ7Y…

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Great talk on privacy & 4th amendment issues that arise from location tracking + machine learning by @SteveBellovin: youtube.com/watch?v=qwFcxZ…

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@btaylor @2drewlee True equality would mean that any consenting adults could get married. Last I checked, polygamous marriage still banned.

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@btaylor @2drewlee True liberty would mean not needing permission from the government to enter into a voluntary contract.

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AsylumSeven @realytcracker verse on this track is awesome. Great lyricist. It’s less than 2min but I keep repeating it. soundcloud.com/ytcracker/json…

via iOS (retweeted on 10:41 AM, Jun 26th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

With the US Government finally allowing gay couples to marry, this is your reminder that it still bans polygamous couples from marrying.

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@gene_r_smith Thanks! Was thinking about your question; seems like it might require a zero knowledge system, though it’s a bit beyond me.

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@mikestable @ddahlke You can literally watch ice melting live right now on @WRAL wral.com/weather/video/…

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@torkelo Gotcha; yeah I just needed to be more explicit about which types of files I set the expires headers on. Thanks!

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@torkelo If I set Apache expires headers on Grafana content, it breaks the lefthand nav login/logout functionality. Any idea why?

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@muneeb Is it completely infeasible to merge in all of the upstream changes? Seems like it might be worth your time…

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@muneeb Thanks for the shout-out; I didn’t know namecoind is so unreliable! What is the most common reason for it crashing?

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@ziggamon @aantonop Based upon the definitions of “promise” and “contract,” they do not require the statement / terms to be breakable.

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@ziggamon @aantonop Look at payment channels, for example. Terms are set at opening of channel in such a way that a party can’t steal BTC.

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@ziggamon @aantonop I understand this as “irrevocable promise” == “unbreakable contract” in that the terms are executed automatically.

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muneeb Onename API is now live! Enables developers to easily use decentralized identity in apps — blog.onename.com/onename-api/ pic.twitter.com/MYD5jOAhUG

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:51 AM, Jun 25th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

I’m pleased to announce the ability to create individual user accounts on statoshi.info medium.com/@lopp/statoshi…

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@torkelo Hey, can you kick off another nightly build?

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@danielcawrey Buttcoiners, paid shills, and Reddit mob mentality.

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@ryanxcharles @balajis I just need to propose that we accept BTC for loan repayments at my next credit union board meeting ;-)

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“In order to sustain the price of bitcoin, we need to close the loops.” - @balajis youtube.com/watch?v=JIxwTx… pic.twitter.com/W3qTGuLScs

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balajis A recent talk at @khoslaventures’ CEO summit. Some new things, some old. May be of interest: youtube.com/watch?v=JIxwTx…

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@CathyReisenwitz Word; getting divorced was one of the best things I ever did. Then again, I caught her sleeping w/her coworker…

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@BlueMeanie4 In case you didn’t get the reference, that’s “2 Chainz” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2_Chainz

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Q: What do you get when a block chain forks?
A: pic.twitter.com/KtFoCmoCZG

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@el33th4xor Well, do you count asset forfeiture as stealing from suspects?

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How long before the first @soylent @eatingcontest is held?

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@mikeinspace With the belief that in some cases, hard forking is like eating your vegetables.

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@masonic_tweets LOL I was wondering why they didn’t sustain the 20TPS they promised. They only hit 14 TPS for 10 min statoshi.info/dashboard/db/t…

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I like big blocks and I cannot lie.
I hate hard forks; that I can’t deny.

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@alness @mriou It seems to me that we should formalize what the acceptable minimum specs are to run a node.

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@alness @mriou That’s a slippery slope; there are “purists” who refuse to upgrade past Bitcoin Core ~0.7 IIRC

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bencxr Interesting day watching/responding to the stress test. Blocks consistently full, peak of 11.7k unconfirmed transactions.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 8:49 PM, Jun 22nd, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@mriou @alness The perspective of engineers building a platform often conflicts with that of the engineers using the platform. ;-)

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amcafee Yuck. In 1950 only 1 in 20 us workers needed a permit from the gov. Now about 1 in 3 do econ.st/1rSPufb

via Meet Edgar (retweeted on 7:39 PM, Jun 22nd, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@kristovatlas At least @bramcohen admits that with full blocks, users will choose different payment mechanisms. AKA “not Bitcoin.”

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@danlowe @Magnus919 @knucklesandwich @dawleywood Right, though I figure you wouldn’t want to simply copy them as they are being used.

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It appears that CoinWallet is delivering on their promise to stress test the network today. statoshi.info/dashboard/db/t… statoshi.info/dashboard/db/b…

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@jaweedkaleem @ioerror If hypocritical Christians can’t call themselves Christian, we’re not going to have many Christians left.

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@torkelo Do you have any recommendation for Grafana back end selection between Graphite / InfluxDB / OpenTSDB?

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@danlowe @Magnus919 @knucklesandwich @dawleywood Do you back up the whisper DBs from Graphite? Is there a best practice for doing so?

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So long, @sourceforge - the Bitcoin Development mailing list is now hosted by @linuxfoundation lists.linuxfoundation.org/mailman/listin…

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roasbeef A simpler construction for multi-hop full-duplex payment channels than the LN: tik.ee.ethz.ch/file/716b955c1…. Needs BIPs: 68+65, Segregated Witness

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 2:52 PM, Jun 21st, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

Fuel pumps and charging stations are ideal use cases for implementing Bitcoin payment channels. /cc @elonmusk

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@masonic_tweets @DoomsdayPrepper Right, but it seems that it would be trivial to shoot or bat out of the air.

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@masonic_tweets An episode of @DoomsdayPrepper had a guy electrify a drone’s exterior; I don’t think it would work well IRL due to fragility

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I don’t ask merchants to please accept my bitcoin; I request that my debtors repay me with bitcoin.

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@CoinSlumIt @jonmatonis @coinbase @PayPal It’s inevitable when you’re trying to bridge the gap between bitcoin and legacy financial systems.

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Firearm dealers find out the hard way that “accepting bitcoin” via a third party sacrifices features for convenience. thetruthaboutguns.com/2015/06/daniel…

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@torkelo Do you accept bitcoin donations?

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@AlpacaSW @kristovatlas Because decentralization is more valuable than maintaining a low cost of access?

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@LaurentMT @NickSzabo4 Hmmm no mention of the backbone network; doesn’t that help as well?

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@ryanxcharles @masonic_tweets @adam3us We all have interests and I, for one, am quite interested in everyone’s interests!

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@kristovatlas Send tainted coins to blacklist-supporting entities, causing them to buckle under the weight of their paradoxical situation.

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kristovatlas Coin analytics will give way to blockchain trolling, where you send coins deemed “tainted” to random people or your enemies.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 3:00 PM, Jun 19th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@twobitidiot The title really made me initially think that they were saying it’s yet another Bitcoin exit scam :-/

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jgarzik The Startup that Helps Muslims Get Loans Without Breaking Islamic Law motherboard.vice.com/read/the-bitco…

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@muneeb Financial applications are probably clearer to the people who have capital to venture. Banks are still trying to figure it out.

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@socrates1024 Thanks; stay tuned for new metrics and features! FYI, 1 BTC bounty offered for dockerization: github.com/jlopp/statoshi…

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@pierre_rochard We could use a better source to track tools. AFAIK bitcoin.stackexchange & dev section of bitcointalk are best resources…

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@pierre_rochard When I search for bitcoin related tools I tend to find a smattering of random githubs, most of which are long abandoned…

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Seems to me that contentious hard fork debates have similarities to nuclear cold war, such as Mutually Assured Destruction & brinksmanship.

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If you try to connect to bitcoind with a strictly validating JSON-RPC 2.0 client, you’re gonna have a bad time. github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi…

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@DavidShares @matthew_d_green @jonmatonis … but they could be mined with stolen hardware or electricity!!!11one

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Cryptolina 2015 @Cryptolina Expo. Aug 14 in Signup using @BitPay or @eventbrite; bit.ly/1TuVhC8 @MatthewRoszak @lopp @coinsetter

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@morcosa It appears your fee estimator returns the same estimate for all targets >= 6 blocks; is this expected behavior?

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Kudos to @TradeBlock for this interactive visualization of chained unconfirmed txns seen during the stress test: research.tradeblock.com/wp-content/upl…

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TradeBlock Network Capacity Analysis – Part 5: Stress Test Analysibit.ly/1FmwfKDqpic.twitter.com/ftls5jIJq2q2

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F2Pool, Antpool, BW, BTCChina, Huobi commit to supporting 8MB blocks. pic.twitter.com/CBYCQ1OVbm

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@kandemir Can you respond on github with an estimate of when you’ll be ready to submit a pull request? github.com/grafana/grafan…

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paxful Technical challenges to build bitcoin software blog.paxful.com/technical-chal…

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least_nathan We’ve written a comparison of @Blockstream ‘s Confidential Transactions and Zerocash: leastauthority.com/blog/zerocash_… privacy/fungibility

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 4:00 PM, Jun 16th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

Two years ago many claimed the BTC exchange rate surged due to Cyprus crisis. It turned out to be a result of @wences’ evangelism.

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We’ve got your block size charts at Statoshi; get ‘em while the block size debate is hot! statoshi.info/dashboard/db/b… pic.twitter.com/4S4kz5dkGJ

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Side-by-side comparison of fee estimation in Bitcoin Core 0.10 (left) vs master branch w/@morcosa’s changes (right) pic.twitter.com/rg266ZFdT5

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@LarryBitcoin @CoinSlumIt @jonmatonis I think we’d all love a capacity increase without a block size increase, it’s just not possible yet.

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@jeffcliff1 Yeah, unfortunately the visualization software I’m using (Grafana) is a pure javascript application.

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@arlogilbert Great; you can reach me at jameson@lopp.net

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@least_nathan Not orphans, just more “invitation” messages from different peers to download that block.

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The block size debate has steamrolled all the way to bitcoin.org github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi…

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@eordano @maraoz Sorry I just missed you guys - I was in the bay area the past several weeks but am back in NC now.

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orweinberger So @itayw and myself prepared a pretty cool of unconfirmed TXs analytx.io

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@torkelo Any plans to update the docker build to install Grafana 2.0? github.com/grafana/grafan…

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I’m posting a 1 BTC bounty for whoever Dockerizes the Statoshi software stack successfully. github.com/jlopp/statoshi…

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@ChrisTauziet @flyosity MFW I read “Facebook” and “privately” in the same sentence. i.imgur.com/2c7dLRb.gif

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Tx fees hovering around 30K satoshis / KB; I personally find 10K / KB works well, but Bitcoin Core recommends more… pic.twitter.com/MzpGuBPeMW

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets FWIW I think @petertoddbtc’s replace by fee mechanism will help wallets respond to dynamic market conditions.

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets The problem IMO is that we don’t have a straightforward fee market with a tight feedback loop, instead we guess.

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets Gavin did release his ‘smart fee’ estimation in 0.10 but it’s not perfect either. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets Most wallets from what I’ve seen don’t have dynamic fee mechanisms, just hard coded fees.

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets From a market standpoint, “higher fees” as a solution makes sense, but as a wallet engineer I see problems.

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@LarryBitcoin @morcosa @pwuille Sure; I suspect people will continue working on other options until the clock runs out.

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@LarryBitcoin @morcosa @pwuille Lots of proposals floating around, but until one is agreed upon and rolled out, stagnation looms on horizon.

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@LarryBitcoin @morcosa @pwuille Never increasing tx volume the network is capable of processing == stagnation, which is current outlook.

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@morcosa @pwuille Worst cases?
Hard fork == potentially quick death.
Stagnation == potentially long and drawn out death.

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets Though it would increase the orphan rate risk due to increasing block propagation times. Need IBLT to fix that.

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@WillyBruns @masonic_tweets A block size increase ought to decrease disparity of subsidy vs fees due to increasing transaction volume.

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@pierebel Cool, I’ve been editing the install instructions to match the changes I’ve made; LMK if you run into issues following them.

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@pierebel I ran it with 2GB RAM until just a few months ago; it would probably be fine with 2GB. statoshi.info/dashboard/db/s…

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@coolbearcjs @pierre_rochard Gotcha; that’s the only HTML I coded by hand and it’s clear I’m not a front end dev… will work on that.

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@coolbearcjs @pierre_rochard It doesn’t seem to load in the Twitter app’s browser, but it should load in a mobile browser…

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@pierre_rochard statoshi.info now supports individual user accounts, however there are some kinks to work out WRT data access.

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It’s my pleasure to unveil the new and improved statoshi.info

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@masonic_tweets @WillyBruns disparity b/t block subsidy and transaction fees along with risk of orphan races is incentive for empty blocks.

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@masonic_tweets @WillyBruns No one can force miners to put any transactions into a block other than the coinbase transaction :-)

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@grafana @torkelo This dashlist panel documentation appears to be broken: docs.grafana.org/reference/dash…

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@PestoPoppa @petertoddbtc If you don’t see the incentive in running a full node then you shouldn’t run one.

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@scottmelker It would be a damn shame if someone were to upload their archived copy of The Melker Project to @tpb

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scottmelker RIP to the 30 million listens I had on my soundcloud page before everything was taken down.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:51 AM, Jun 14th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@pierre_rochard I agree; a decent wiki edit should include an explanation as to why it is discouraged.

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@pierre_rochard Only thing I can figure is that maybe it’s a Heartbleed reference. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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pierre_rochard “JSON-RPC over SSL is strongly discouraged”
- en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Enabling_…

Interested in hearing the reasoning behind this.

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@kandemir Hey, is this your Grafana code? Can you rebase and submit a pull request? Lots of us want pie charts :-) github.com/grafana/grafan…

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New Statoshi metrics:
Orphan Txs
Tx Inputs, Outputs, Value, SigOps, Size, Priority
Block Size, # TX, SigOps
Peer IPV
github.com/jlopp/statoshi…

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@kristovatlas I thought that the terms & conditions of the crowdsale made it quite clear that it was a donation rather than investment.

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balajis A talk on Bitcoin at Goldman Sachs.
goldmansachs.com/our-thinking/t… pic.twitter.com/eX5EAFehKo

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:09 PM, Jun 12th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@alansilbert @coindesk is this that FUD thing we keep hearing about? ;-)

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Beyond Bitcoin: Block Chains and the Future of Trustless Computing youtube.com/watch?v=IgETC2…

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@jony_levin I see. But if @blockchain censors data, it’s still on the blockchain and surely other explorers will choose not to censor…

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@jony_levin @blockchain The concept of such a “right” is fundamentally incompatible with a censorship resistant immutable ledger.

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@aantonop The three golden rules to ensure computer security are: do not own a computer; do not power it on; and do not use it.

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@barrysilbert To be fair, there are a decent number of “bitcoin bugs” :-)

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Bitcoin XT nodes now comprise 2% of all reachable nodes on the network. You can track the numbers at xtnodes.com

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TradeBlock Network Capacity Analysis – Part 4: Simulating Practical Capacitbit.ly/1L3hfJQPpic.twitter.com/yZqiukWL4545

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Dance like nobody’s watching; encrypt like everyone is.

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openbazaar OpenBazaar is entering a new phase with funding! blog.openbazaar.org/openbazaar-is-…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:34 AM, Jun 11th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

@alansilbert I’d be happy with an @amazon Dash Sriracha button

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“How many full nodes are enough? One, your own, as long as you use it.” - @pwuille

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@polemitis @robustus @petertoddbtc @josephjpeters Correct; @port8333 used to measure all propagated addresses regardless of reachability.

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Sidechain Elements blocks have coinbase transactions of 0 value; if you try generating blocks you’re gonna have a bad time…

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@vinmoor @gavinandresen Indeed, it’s hard to get consensus about what should be acceptable resource usage for running a node.

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ryanxcharles Better Signatures, Better Privacy, and Better Fees in the BitGo Web App and Chrome App blog.bitgo.com/better-signatu…

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.@pwuille & Greg Maxwell on why sidechains are not a scalability solution in and of themselves: reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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@twobitidiot @jgarzik Well then I guess @MasterCard can stop wasting their resources fighting it. :-D

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ryanxcharles Source code for the first sidechain. github.com/ElementsProjec…

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Blockstream Announcing Sidechain Elements, a collection of experiments to bring more technical innovation to Bitcoin: blockstream.com

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Final Sidechain Element: Confidential Transactions! pic.twitter.com/DkHAzPS6gE

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“Segregated Witness prevents third party transaction malleability.” Greg Maxwell

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“The first sidechain element is Issued Assets.” Greg Maxwell pic.twitter.com/uAQoa3pe2Y

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“Be aware that testnet sidechains are not secure because testnet itself is not secure.” Greg Maxwell

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