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

August 2015

ReutersTech Former Secret Service agent pleads guilty in Bitcoin theft reut.rs/1MYEEfk

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@jasonlk @desantis Don’t snapchat your bitcoins unless you like losing money!

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@JustusRanvier @kristovatlas We can only hope that they will bankrupt themselves while trying to do so.

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Claiming that new code must undergo a single group’s review process before being offered to the world: not permissionless innovation.

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Permissionless innovation: any developer can write code and offer it to the participants in the Bitcoin ecosystem, who adopt or ignore it.

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“The governance of Bitcoin is whatever code that people are willing to run.” - @gavinandresen

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@cypherdoc2 That logic could be extended to any of the consensus code. In the end, no one controls it because everyone controls it.

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Governance need not necessitate government.

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Step back and marvel at the resources being expended to achieve consensus about changing this single line of code: github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi…

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They’ll never find my bitcoins, as they are simultaneously everywhere and nowhere. twitter.com/marcusswanepoe…

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* Spend all day hunting down a bug in FOSS.
* Rejoice in finding bug and prepare to submit patch.
* Discover patch was submitted yesterday.

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@desantis It’s only been a minor annoyance; not a big deal.

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@desantis It’s more of an intermittent rather than ongoing thing. Was slightly annoying last night flooding my home connection.

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Tell me I can’t discuss alternate implementions? I set up a new forum.
Attack my alternate implementation nodes? I spool up a few more.

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Get busy learning or get busy dying.

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@masonic_tweets Not yet; was recently legalized in North Dakota.

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Currently taking bets on how long it will be before hackers take control of armed police drones and turn them against the operators.

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@kristovatlas @alansilbert Sir, do you have a license to operate that computer?

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@jgarzik It would be quite helpful to update the BIP with the logic behind the 20th percentile choice and its implications.

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@kristovatlas @alansilbert @MrHodl Maybe if we just give guns to our enemies, they’ll kill each other for us ;-)

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@kristovatlas @alansilbert There also a “freedom vs safety” debate floating around here somewhere…

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@alansilbert Perhaps we should be asking why Switzerland, which has extremely high gun ownership rates, doesn’t have same problems.

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@alansilbert Very hard to compare US to other countries when there are so many variables; can’t really have a control group to isolate them.

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jgarzik @lopp gmaxwell & blockstream recommendation

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 10:39 AM, Aug 28th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@alansilbert I think such debates should differentiate between rational and irrational actors, though.

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@alansilbert It was meant to be ridiculous; IMO the root problems are psychological and sociological.

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@alansilbert If the problem is ease of mass destruction, I guess we should have stricter regulation on pressure cookers too…

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@alansilbert Firearm vs bladed weapons vs blunt weapons. You might be surprised by how many people are murdered with hammers.

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@alansilbert Of course more guns == more events happen w/guns. I wish such reports would do side-by-side with other weapons.

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Still scratching my head over why @jgarzik chose to use the 20th percentile of block size votes in BIP100 rather than median or mean.

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@nanok How does @kncminer view block size hard caps? As more of a DoS protection feature or as a fee market enabler or something else?

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@el33th4xor halvening == price doubling, obviously! lemme draw you some supply and demand curves…

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Bitcoin Core contributors who feel that they have had pull requests unfairly rejected from Core should rebase and submit to XT.

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Contributor to many Bitcoin FOSS projects, master of none.
✔ Bitcoin Core
✔ Bitcoin XT
✔ BitcoinJ
✔ Bitcoin-Box
✔ BitGoJS
✔ Copay
✔ Statoshi

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elidourado Mike Hearn replies to XT critics medium.com/@octskyward/an…

via Tweetbot for iΟS (retweeted on 9:22 AM, Aug 27th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

“Future of Blockchain Tech” panel w/ @martindale, @shannonNullCode, @ajbeal, myself now available via @TheProtocolTV theprotocol.tv/cryptolina-201…

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@flyosity Let’s ban killing people while we’re at it!

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@Satoshi_N_ Sick rhymes & references - I want to hear you and @realytcracker collaborate to rock blockchains together.

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Satoshi_N_ “Through the Wire” rough demo by @Satoshi_N_ soundcloud.com/satoshi-20/thr… Download it before it’s taken down!

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 10:50 AM, Aug 26th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@romansnitko @oleganza The incentive is trustlessness, which the average Joe doesn’t care about. This is OK; I think enough do care.

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BitGo BitGo responds to customer demands by supporting increased block sizes. ow.ly/Rn16m

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 8:10 PM, Aug 25th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

/r/Bitcoin moderators have implemented CSS to conceal their censorship and completely alter the meaning of comments. reddit.com/r/bitcoin_unce…

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DanSpuller NC Bitcoin Enthusiasts Rally for Better Cryptocurrency Legislation | @exitevent exitevent.com/article/nc-bit… @rcsherwo @Bill_Warner @lopp

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 12:36 PM, Aug 25th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@mikestable I don’t think that’s what pugs were designed for. RTFM!

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@Satoshi_N_ Last I checked, @ButtCoin doesn’t even /have/ an exchange rate. Come back when you create something valuable.

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@pierebel It’s unlikely because the median of miner votes would have to be to double the hard cap every 3 months.

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“Multisig on steroids using tree signatures” via @pwuille blockstream.com/2015/08/24/tre…

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@pierebel Updating p2p code won’t cause a hard fork, though not updating your node would cause you to reject blocks > 32 MB.

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@pierebel I believe further modifications would be required; BIP101 would give us 4 years to make the mods & test them.

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BIP101: miners create fee market by setting individual soft caps and competing against other miners as hard cap grows to 8GB by 2036.

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BIP100: miners create fee market by voting on adjustable system-wide hard cap that maxes out at 32MB. Unlikely, but could reach 32MB in 1yr.

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@01101O10 xtnodes.com is back and better than ever. Don’t forget xt.coin.dance; good luck taking them all down.

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@cinnamon_carter They were signing their Bitcoin Core blocks in support of 8MB; now they’ll switch to BIP101 blocks.

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maraoz Announcing faradam.com - charge per minute for your on-demand services @FaradamTimer

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 6:06 PM, Aug 24th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

itBit itBit stands with our peers in endorsing & Larger Block Sizes bit.ly/1ERPjBM pic.twitter.com/CXcYNAhKEu

via HubSpot (retweeted on 5:48 PM, Aug 24th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt/ is uncensored. Our AutoMod approves shadowbanned users like @GamerAndy of @LetsTalkBitcoin pic.twitter.com/WmgJiNWaU8

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Dogecoin devs planning a testnet stress test (1 MB block every minute) and will use a doge Statoshi node to monitor: reddit.com/r/dogecoindev/…

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@jgarzik “…we will run code that supports this.” Which codebase is not so important.

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Kudos to @BitGo @BitnetTech @BitPay @blockchain @circlebits @kncminer @xapo for participating in meatspace consensus of BIP101.

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masonic_tweets Major companies sign pledge in support of BIP101 blog.blockchain.com/wp-content/upl…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:26 AM, Aug 24th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@ziggamon @girevikcap @1cyrilblanc1 @jonmatonis @qntra I think you’ll find that XT will be the home of “controversial in core” PRs.

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kristovatlas The one and only @jeffreyatucker was kidnapped for a day for not having his papers in order. His account: tucker.liberty.me/captured-cuffe…

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 12:41 PM, Aug 23rd, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

@jm111t @1cyrilblanc1 @jonmatonis @qntra The code is open source; sorry, but I don’t have time to walk you through it.

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@1cyrilblanc1 @jonmatonis I don’t have enough respect for @qntra to dignify it with a formal response.

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@datacreep No… BIP101 triggers off of block counts, not node counts.

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2 weeks ago I made the first post on reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt. Today we passed 10,000 subscribers. twitter.com/lopp/status/63…

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@1cyrilblanc1 @jm111t @jonmatonis @qntra “list could be served by malicious actors” - like the bitcoin node DNS seed lists? ;-)

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@1cyrilblanc1 @jm111t @jonmatonis @qntra “list could be served by malicious actors” not unless they compromise the SSL cert

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@1cyrilblanc1 @jm111t @jonmatonis @qntra False: “code prioritizes IP addresses of nodes known to behave correctly according to Mike Hearn”

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@1cyrilblanc1 @jm111t @jonmatonis @qntra Nor is there any “deanonymization” of XT nodes that run on Tor.

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@1cyrilblanc1 @jm111t @jonmatonis @qntra XT uses the same peer misbehavior logic as Core, just with additional Tor deprioritization.

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@datacreep Nor do we know how many real Core nodes are running. It works both ways.

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@jonmatonis Hateful rhetoric filled with inaccuracies and speculation. Standard @qntra post.

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@dgenr818 Running a fleet of pseudonodes is neither good nor bad - makes no difference. People can spin it however they want; I report facts

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Looks like the XT node count surge is a Pseudonode operation: reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt/co…

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@zmanian It’s suspicious to say the least.

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/Bitcoin XT:0.11.0/ is now the second most popular Bitcoin node useragent after today’s surge. getaddr.bitnodes.io/nodes/

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maddenw Let’s merge BIP101 into core. bridge21inc.com/blog/merge-bip…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:52 PM, Aug 22nd, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

@digitsu @ziggamon @Tone_LLT Right, it has great properties for a safe store of possibly valuable records, but protocol is value agnostic.

via Twitter for Android in reply to digitsu

@ziggamon @Tone_LLT @digitsu I’d go so far as saying Bitcoin aims to provide a store of ownership records, but the value is all market-based

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@ziggamon @Tone_LLT @digitsu Sure, safety from arbitrary govt devaluation is good, but does not in and of itself make a store of value.

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@Tone_LLT @ziggamon @digitsu Can you show me where the Bitcoin protocol (and its development) has had “store of value” as one of its goals?

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Livestream from @GenesisMining data center (switch to camera 2 for audio): lifeinsideabitcoinmine.com

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Brainstorming ways to bust out of Reddit’s hierarchical moderator dictatorship system: reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt/co…

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@LaurentMT meh; I doubt any of those commenters will be at @ScalingBitcoin ;-)

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@aantonop @comcast My @TWC connection is getting 10X faster next month just because @googlefiber is about to arrive :-)

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Many people are fearful for the future of Bitcoin, but I’m quite confident that @ScalingBitcoin consensus will be achieved in meatspace.

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bendavenport Just booked my tickets to attend @ScalingBitcoin in Montreal Sep 12-13 on behalf of @BitGo.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:52 PM, Aug 21st, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

“We are currently in the process of testing… we will most likely switch to BitcoinXT.” @GenesisMining blog.genesis-mining.com/bitcoin-xt-whe…

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@cypherdoc2 This? Pretty sure he was referring to regtest networks, not testnet. Testnet would reject large blocks. reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt/co…

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Currently seeing about 10 transactions per second on testnet with a mempool size of 35,000 transactions. Is that you, Coinwallet.eu?

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Whoa; someone is running a transaction stress test on testnet and filling all the blocks: blocktrail.com/tBTC/blocks/1

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BitGo Developing multi-sig wallets now made easy with SDK release. ow.ly/RcihK

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 11:08 AM, Aug 21st, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@ziggamon Sure, plenty of people are opposed to a “benevolent dictator” model. But the “final call” is made by the rest of the ecosystem…

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@ziggamon Guess I misunderstood your position. So you don’t think XT could acquire governance of the protocol itself?

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@ziggamon If we agree that there is no governance then why do we disagree that XT could somehow acquire governance?

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@DigiEconomist If your neighbor has an improvement proposal that the ecosystem agrees with, it should be implemented.

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@DigiEconomist Yes; the free market is not about stability.

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@DigiEconomist “Trusted control” :-( Sorry, but I thought that’s exactly what we’re trying to avoid with Bitcoin.

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To be clear, the Bitcoin protocol is “governed” by the entire ecosystem of participants. If they choose Core to centrally manage, so be it.

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Disappointing to see people label Bitcoin XT a “coup.” That’s a centralized way of thinking that implies Core == governance of protocol.

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@mikestable The highly endangered native Durham straightened weave.

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@mikestable Found some roadkill today in my neighborhood pic.twitter.com/vPiSe8ILdf

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@EdmundCMoy Agreed: “Bitcoin will still exist no matter what happens”

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@MortuusBestia @sneakdotberlin @jonmatonis @robustus @oleganza Hear him out, maybe he knows how to fix that problem in humans.

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@jonmatonis @sneakdotberlin @robustus @oleganza *shrugs* you say “coup,” I say “competition in the marketplace of ideas.”

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@jonmatonis @sneakdotberlin @robustus @oleganza IMO HODLing is the safest action in the event of a fork since your coins are on both chains.

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@sneakdotberlin @robustus @oleganza It may very well fail to trigger. Though I seriously doubt it will be the last attempt at a fork, ever.

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@sneakdotberlin @robustus @oleganza Seems like a “freedom vs safety” trade-off to me. You can’t stop people from trying in a free market.

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@sneakdotberlin @robustus @oleganza I don’t see how that can be the case when anyone can fork the code and propose their own improvements.

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@sneakdotberlin @robustus @oleganza No one holds a monopoly on development of the Bitcoin protocol; at best one can BDFL an implementation.

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@robustus @sneakdotberlin @oleganza Yes, there’s even a config switch for it that requires no code changes: “disableippro”

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@muneeb It’s tricky because Bitcoin at its core is ideology - we’re just trying to represent it with computer code.

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One interesting facet of the block size / fork debate is the revealing of which well respected developers resort to character assassination.

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@oleganza To be clear, this doesn’t actually track both chains yet, right?

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@oleganza If you’re vehemently against the resource prioritization code, you can disable it with the “disableippro” switch.

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@sneakdotberlin @oleganza If you want to be accurate, link to the full code. It only executes if node is attacked. github.com/bitcoinxt/bitc…

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@btcdrak Yes, thank you for contributing to proving my statement. Slush miners get to choose which block version to mine.

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The power to arbitrarily regulate is also the power to sell exemptions from the harm resulting from said regulations.

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Someone needs a better fact checker. Slush is operating 2 pools; second BIP101 block is blockchain.info/block/00000000… twitter.com/btcdrak/status…

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spair We support the adoption of BIP 101 for increasing ’s limit @BitPay medium.com/@spair/increas…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:36 AM, Aug 20th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@Datavetaren *waves magic wand* LIGHTNING NETWORK - ALAKAZAAM!

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…wonderfully wrong.
I lack a description.
I have no homepage.
I can’t hardly see you.
Yet somehow, i exist.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:19 PM, Aug 19th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

LetsTalkBitcoin Confessions of an /r/bitcoin moderator ow.ly/32WG0I

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 6:28 PM, Aug 19th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

Datavetaren “Let’s talk about block size” datavetaren.se/?p=blocksize

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 4:06 PM, Aug 19th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@jasonCwaite @rogerkver I have control; that’s how Reddit works. I choose not to abuse it.

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ABC11_WTVD New poll shows Trump is still leading the GOP in NC, but surprise candidate ‘Deez Nuts’ is gaining momentum —> abc11.com/947054/

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:14 PM, Aug 19th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

WIRED The Bitcoin schism shows the genius of open source wrd.cm/1K5Uhkz

via SocialFlow (retweeted on 12:31 PM, Aug 19th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

It looks like /r/bitcoin added 5 new mods in past 2 days; censorship takes a lot of manpower! reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/abou…

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@mdotfallon Maybe; my understanding is that slush is currently operating two pools (one core & one XT) and hashers can switch between them.

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@a_ferron @slush_pool @OctSkyward My own data only goes back two months, shows an average block size of 528KB statoshi.info/dashboard/db/b…

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It appears we have the first mined block with XT support via @slush_pool
Version: 536870919(10) = 0x20000007 (hex)
blockchain.info/block/00000000…

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@rubensayshi Fee markets are good b/c confirming & storing txs has real-world costs. But no need to artificially constrain market.

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Bring it on, CoinWallet. @BitGo is ready and waiting. ibtimes.co.uk/coinwallet-pla…

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@Datavetaren @jonmatonis @adam3us @fredwilson @cdixon LN and big blocks is not an either/or situation - we need both.

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@notbitcoinxt @adam3us There is no certainty of adoption at the protocol level; it must first be determined in meatspace.

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@notbitcoinxt @adam3us Well then, since the conclusion is already foregone, we can all go back to normal!

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@Conspirosphere @cypherdoc2 Um, do you believe in liberty or do you believe in treason?

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@adam3us Large miners who do so are only increasing the risk of a fork; they do so at their own peril.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to lopp

@adam3us Unlike running pseudonodes, miners who pretend to support XT-compatible large blocks but then reject them will be identifiable.

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Bitcointalk & /r/bitcoin dictator-for-life Theymos apparently even considers BIP101 support to be “alt-coin support.” pic.twitter.com/xdtqt5UZAU

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BitseedOrg Now available due to popular demand: Bitseed Bitcoin XT Edition bitseed.org/product/xt/ pic.twitter.com/pyrfVMnf3N

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 9:56 AM, Aug 18th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

At last! An initiative to prioritize improving Bitcoin’s privacy: github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi… /cc @obpp_org

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@edmundedgar @el33th4xor Indeed, as usual the options are Voice or Exit.

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@el33th4xor It sounds like they’re either jacked up automod or set all submissions to require approval.

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@alansilbert Expect neither cleanliness nor efficiency; human consensus will never be as well oiled as machine consensus.

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@TonySwish @victoriavaneyk Where can we learn about the “Live-Action” token distribution?

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@alansilbert Trying to get a decentralized infrastructure to upgrade takes a long time, thus the long lead time from release to fork trigger

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@alansilbert Isn’t 5 months sufficient time to decide?

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brian_armstrong 3/ the longest chain is by def bitcoin, with a few months warning for when the election happens, users would not experience disruption

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:06 PM, Aug 17th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

brian_armstrong 2/ the reality is more like an election, there is one clear winner, decided likely within a few hours, in bitcoin you vote on upgrades

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:03 PM, Aug 17th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

brian_armstrong 1/ A lot of people might misunderstand a bitcoin “fork” as meaning two versions of bitcoin would exist indefinitely, which would be bad.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:03 PM, Aug 17th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@ciscoguru @tylerwinklevoss @OctSkyward Nope; perceived XT node count doesn’t affect the fork, only miners. And miners aren’t anonymous.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @pig_poetry @Bronto I think it should be obvious that the set of stickers with motorcycle & firearm companies were mine :-)

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The honest thing to do would be to rename /r/bitcoin to /r/bitcoincore - mods seem to be confusing protocol with implementation of protocol.

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@codedlogic @jonmatonis From a technical standpoint it certainly can happen. Every aspect of the protocol is up for debate.

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@enjoybitcoins Sorry to hear that; you’re welcome to join us on /r/bitcoinxt

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enjoybitcoins @lopp We got banned today. Haven’t broke a rule, and bust our ass to promote Bitcoin. Too bad.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:26 PM, Aug 16th, 2015 via Twitter Web Client)

@kristovatlas He’s protecting us from our wrong ideas.

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“If 90% of /r/Bitcoin users find these policies to be intolerable, then I want these 90% of /r/Bitcoin users to leave.” Theymos

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The banhammer is now out in full force on /r/bitcoin - /r/bitcoinxt subscribers have doubled in past 24 hours. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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@1cyrilblanc1 Sure, though professional developers judge each proposal by its merits, not by the history of the person making it.

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@1cyrilblanc1 *shrugs* the cost is the effort of convincing everyone of the merit of your proposal and, if successful, the risk of forking.

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@1cyrilblanc1 @MrHodl That’s up to each individual. As for myself, I’ll continue my work as a Bitcoin software engineer. Status quo.

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@MrHodl Whatever you want. I run a fork of Bitcoin Core I call “Statoshi.” But guess what - it’s actually Bitcoin!

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