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

April 2016

Satoshi is on @Hyperledger’s technical steering committee! pic.twitter.com/v9FB2ZtGXR

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Audio from the first @21 Meetup panel, “A Machine Payable World,” with @masonic_tweets and @desantis soundcloud.com/user-398569031…

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It’s time to update Wikipedia’s HTTP 402 response entry. The future is now. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_H… /cc @21 @bencxr pic.twitter.com/jj1bwZExEZ

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BotBouncer detects bots/scrapers and bans them from your web site until they pay you bitcoin. HTTP 402 error FTW! github.com/timbowhite/bot…

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BitcoinMagazine Does the Lightning Network Threaten ’s Censorship Resistance? btcm.ag/censor pic.twitter.com/cFIVq8p6Lw

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Looks like my insurance company has decided that credit cards are too risky / expensive for their business. pic.twitter.com/8e7onDBmxk

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drwasho I put this handy guide together @openbazaar pic.twitter.com/Wtmyb3gzf3

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Send this to anyone who claims that Bitcoin is weak and untrustworthy because it’s not backed by a government. bloom.bg/1ryY2ZK

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SDLerner Uncle Mining, an Ethereum Consensus Protocol Flaw. Check my latest post! -> bitslog.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/unc…

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@oleganza Have you been reading The Sovereign Individual? :-D

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eholtzclaw Nice to meet @lopp of @BitGo in person at @DIG_SOUTH. pic.twitter.com/8A9dYDfXkp

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DIG_SOUTH startups disrupt incumbent financial systems…@lopp says ‘I am here to disrupt!” pic.twitter.com/aqjVutjil0

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Permissioned distributed ledgers offer trust reduction but don’t have the same potential for disruption as permissionless ledgers.

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Good morning, Charleston! I’m at @DIG_SOUTH today, on the 2 PM panel for “New Adventures in Fintech and Blockchain” …outhinteractivefestival2016.sched.org/event/6d37/new…

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@BitcoinBelle @kristovatlas You mean @obpp_org? I’m just trying to find a chart that denotes which wallets only have static fees.

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Are there any popular Bitcoin wallets / services that still have not implemented dynamic transaction fees?

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@domiwoe @drwasho I would assume as much; I didn’t ask about their testing environment :-)

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@drwasho Sure, it’s not like they’re creating blocks. Sounds doable: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byzantine…

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@martindale Yep, it’s interesting to see the perspectives of people at the hyperledger meetup about why permissioned is superior for biz.

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Hyperledger is reporting that they have improved their practical byzantine fault tolerance algorithm to 10ms latency. AKA 10ms “confirms.”

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@mikestable Embedded images are much more convenient!

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@knilsen_ @ponli137 Maybe @steam_games isn’t accepting bitcoin in Sweden? :-|

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“Bitcoin hasn’t supported USD micropayments since the exchange rate broke $100, but Lightning Network can!” -@tdryja pic.twitter.com/jB8QmsUgsF

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More disincentives to running large LN hubs: if you match channel funds, it’s a DoS attack vector. If you don’t, you can’t route payments.

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Great presentation by @tdryja at @SFBitcoinDevs about how to build the Lightning Network’s topology. youtube.com/watch?v=-lgYYz…

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Bitcoin doesn’t have built-in consumer protection and neither does fiat. Both require service layers to be built on top of them.

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Bad: Java Virtual Machine crashes due to running out of memory.
Worse: heap analyzer crashes due to OOM while loading heap dump from JVM.

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Just paid for a year of server time for statoshi.info thanks to user donations! tradeblock.com/bitcoin/tx/1a5… pic.twitter.com/JB6q3RLRx1

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The world will never know how many bitcoin breaches have been prevented by @BitGo.

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@aantonop I’m on the verge of quitting /r/btc since you can’t mention SegWit or LN in a positive light without being shoveled FUD.

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@TradeBlock Not sure what changed, but some time in the past few weeks the Bitcoin live dashboard started eating up my CPU in Chrome on OS X

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@martindale @shannonNullCode @TriangleBitcoin Submitted my “trustless computing” talk that talks about the problems blockchains solve.

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@Cryptolina Raleigh conference is seeking speakers for their blockchain track: twitter.com/AllThingsOpen/…

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@NinaKilbride Conference in Raleigh is seeking speakers for their blockchain track: twitter.com/AllThingsOpen/…

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@TriangleBitcoin @shannonNullCode All Things Open is seeking speakers for their blockchain track: twitter.com/AllThingsOpen/…

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@MagNetDevOps I heard that they were thinking of doing a blockchain track; glad to see it made it. I’ll give them a pitch!

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I don’t play many games these days, but I pledge to buy Half Life 3 with bitcoin from @steam_games ;-)

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SteamDB Bitcoin payments are coming soon to Steam, they will use the local currency prices and convert during checkout. pic.twitter.com/zSZ3ueVIEU

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paxful Paxful is now Secured by BitGo blog.paxful.com/paxful-is-now-… pic.twitter.com/dcP0eMJCEE

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@LaurentMT @kristovatlas Gotcha; I didn’t view the slides. Still, most of the use cases outlined are actually for anonymous systems…

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@kristovatlas Well, after reading Peter’s post and then reading the actual whitepaper, I thought he was taking some creative liberties.

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Understand the Blockchain in Two Minutes - this is a great primer to send to non-technical people. youtube.com/watch?v=r43LhS…

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adam3us my thoughts & audience discussion on tradeoffs of main fork types for scaling at @Paralelni_polis in Prague youtube.com/watch?v=HEZAlN…

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@cguida6 @aantonop Young’ns these days, with their snap chats and their flim flam tinder boxes…

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@aantonop Humans are remarkably adaptable; should be interesting to see if technological progress manages to outpace adaptability.

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Andrew Jackson vetoed the bill to renew the charter of the Second Bank of the United States. His reasoning was that: pic.twitter.com/TrspkPrR8v

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Of course Hamilton is staying on the $10 bill; he /created/ the National Bank & the US Mint. On the other hand, Jackson hated central banks!

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If you take a crappy financial product and put it on a blockchain, you end up with… a crappy financial product. Garbage in, garbage out.

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@el33th4xor @SDLerner @petertoddbtc Apparently it’s on Azure? I’m having trouble finding a git repo for it. azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/blog/azu…

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@nvk @kristovatlas I suspect we’re just getting started!

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@Itsjoeco @ISDM27 @DCGco ATHs are great for bitcoin because they inevitably end in yet another death, further strengthening the system.

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Deaths of Bitcoin proclaimed per year:
2010: 1
2011: 6
2012: 1
2013: 14
2014: 26
2015: 39
2016: 14 (run rate of 45)
bitcoinobituaries.com

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@kristovatlas @ryanxcharles The converging oscillations of the triangles support an 8x movement before retracement.

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@kyletorpey @99BitcoinsHQ @ofirbeigel “And we don’t know what problem it solves.” Well then, that explains why he thinks it’s dead…

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@pig_poetry @openbazaar “of a small custom object” - let your imagination go wild.

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@flyosity I heard that @lessig guy is pretty good at technology. Oh, wait…

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@NickatFP @pmarca We’ll finally be able to build a meshnet for Internet access - we just have to hold hands.

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Imagine how much we could reduce taxes & simplify tax code if we stopped spending so many resources on “defense.” twitter.com/RumsfeldOffice…

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@Vindicia @CathyReisenwitz @hoffmang If only there was someone @brave enough to build a revolutionary micropayments solution…

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@victoriavaneyk @M_Marsollier There’s also a large opportunity in the noncompliance sector O:-)

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@dEnergy_dTime That’s a substantially different attack vector but no, it doesn’t if the bitcoin user has backed up their wallet.

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A fascinating perspective on the history of timestamping by @factomproject Chief Scientist Brian Deery: medium.com/@BrianDeery/ha…

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@martindale @masonic_tweets There are security considerations and you still have “on-chain” scaling issues; @jgarzik seems keen on it though

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@masonic_tweets @ajtowns has good LN simulations & I hear @jratcliff is also working on some. I’d ask @Blockstream about sidechains.

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On the other hand, if atomic cross-chain swaps via Lightning Network become a reality, all bets are off regarding scalability :-)

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Thus, an important scaling question is: in which system will users hold their money the longest before transferring back to bitcoin?

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There are pros & cons to scaling Bitcoin via Lightning Network or via sidechains. But both share a bottleneck: on-chain transactions.

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal nailed the backdoored encryption issue. smbc-comics.com/index.php?id=4…

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@mikestable To be fair, I had that happen once and it was a neighbor fleeing a domestic violence situation…

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@ryanxcharles Income tax is punishment for finding the path to wealth. Property tax is punishment for succeeding in spite of income tax.

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@1cyrilblanc1 some day… unfortunately I’m already in the midst of my next coindesk article + an analytics project + a speaking engagement

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8) My request to Bitcoin enthusiasts discussing proposals to improve the system is that you first ask yourself: “What would Hal do?”

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7) I mention all of this today because I’m observing more Bitcoin community members acting like the first respondents to Satoshi.

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6) Years later, Hal reflected back upon the early days of Bitcoin: bitcointalk.org/index.php?topi…

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5) Hal went on to become the second miner after Satoshi, received the first bitcoin transaction, & reported several bugs that Satoshi fixed.

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4) Eventually, along comes Hal Finney, who takes an optimistic view. mail-archive.com/cryptography%4… pic.twitter.com/mtaFJof5EN

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3) Second response: “honest nodes won’t control the network. Bad guys with zombie farms will take it over.” pic.twitter.com/RnN0mRNhuq

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2) Analyze the tone and viewpoints of the respondents. The very first response: “your system doesn’t scale.” pic.twitter.com/BdM1uMAfYV

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1) I recommend that every Bitcoin enthusiast reads Satoshi’s original announcement email thread in its entirety: goo.gl/z3HkoK

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@JustusRanvier @LaurentMT @kristovatlas There is a value threshold at which it’s economically impractical to write to 20,000 hard drives.

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@LaurentMT @JustusRanvier @kristovatlas “high” is subjective. LN enables new use cases such as sending amounts below dust limit.

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The formation of Hyperledger RTP makes it the third blockchain meetup group in the Raleigh-Durham area of NC :-) meetup.com/Hyperledger-RT…

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PexPeppers Try out our @openbazaar ! ob://5ce431594dfce3bed0126c77d29454ae26eca610/store

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You can now buy the entire season of Louis CK’s self produced “Horace and Pete” - bitcoin accepted! louisck.net/show/horace-an…

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A watched blockchain doesn’t lengthen.

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@a3456gf @kristovatlas @kyletorpey @el33th4xor Skepticism is good; it enables us to find flaws and fix them. FUD & conspiracy theories don’t

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matthew_d_green Literally the least interesting thing about crypto is whether it should be legal. We’re on the cusp of really amazing advances.

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We still haven’t heard a peep from anyone at @ChangeTip, not even @gorillamania. businessinsider.com/airbnb-buys-bi…

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@pierre_rochard @TuurDemeester @peterthiel I’m hopeful that it’s more that the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.

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“If there is a bubble, it’s in 0% interest rates, QE, and money printing.” -@peterthiel
The bubble is in fiat! twitter.com/TuurDemeester/…

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@TuurDemeester @getLittleBird Funny to see @Snowden on there - last I heard he’s not a huge fan of Bitcoin

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Another large P2SH inflow (33,000 BTC) - over 12% of all bitcoins are now encumbered by P2SH outputs. tradeblock.com/bitcoin/tx/5f0…

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@DigiEconomist Private key security issues disincentivize creation of large hubs on Lightning Network; we’ll see how it plays out.

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RIP @ChangeTip; should be interesting to see what comes out of @Airbnb qz.com/657246/airbnb-…

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flyosity The original patent from 1891 for a toilet paper roll shows the correct rolling direction, in case you ever doubted. pic.twitter.com/fRI2ni1zGr

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Big fan of Garry teaching gamers life isn’t fair. Before this, players complained about random avatar penis sizing. twitter.com/garrynewman/st…

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@TuurDemeester Does it appear that BTC is going up because ETH traders are fleeing back?

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A common Lightning Network misconception is that fewer routing hops == lower fees. This ignores liquidity issues that will affect fees.

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Should be fun to watch Bitcoin and Ethereum’s scalability & privacy evolve in the coming years since they will likely take different paths.

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Great technical post about the challenges of creating privacy on blockchains by @VitalikButerin blog.ethereum.org/2016/01/15/pri…

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coindesk From @adam3us to @zooko, we review the cypherpunk movement’s influence on bitcoin bit.ly/1qlAlmK pic.twitter.com/KHbZzkG0Xx

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Trailing year of data shows the 2/29 spam attack paled in comparison to 2015 attacks; average TPS keeps creeping up. pic.twitter.com/yrJDzRHrQJ

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btcArtGallery $100 bills loaded with $100 worth of by Maxfieldo @KialaraCoin pic.twitter.com/0MN1jRSl1D

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@pmccall777 They shoulda just defaulted all nonexistent mappings to 0, 0 in the middle of the ocean :-)

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BitcoinMagazine How Revived the Cypherpunk Revolution with @zooko btcm.ag/cypher pic.twitter.com/gowy5i4NGk

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Underhanded Solidity for fun and profit. Now the scams are literally /in/ the blockchain! H/T @VitalikButerin reddit.com/r/ethereum/com…

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dieguito Wow what a great article! Bitcoin and the Rise of the Cypherpunks bit.ly/23kqsYm via @coindesk

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@dieguito @santisiri @coindesk Thanks - I want to make sure that we don’t forget our roots!

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jgarzik Another nice feature from @github, GPG signature verification: github.com/blog/2144-gpg-…

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@mempko This is a common retort that I can’t say I understand, because computing & Internet didn’t take off until private sector took over.

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@pro2rat @Bitcoin The final section, “Putting the Punk in Cypherpunk” contains excerpts from the Crypto Anarchist manifesto.

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@pro2rat Oh my, you’re angry. The list of cypherpunks is from Wikipedia. You seem to have missed my crypto anarchist manifesto references.

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The beauty of capitalism is that it has enabled people to effortlessly broadcast across the globe for our amusement.

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Bitcoin Bitcoin and the Rise of the Cypherpunks ow.ly/3dmGUm

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SpaceX Landing from the chase plane pic.twitter.com/2Q5qCaPq9P

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@ConservaTibbs @ryanxcharles If legislators actually had to get their hands dirty enforcing the laws they pass, they might think differently

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The Internet is a sovereignty outside of your control, @SenatorBurr & @SenFeinstein. You’re repeating past mistakes. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crypto_Wa…

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The @SenatorBurr-@SenFeinstein bill would make cybersecurity illegal. Good luck stopping us all. techdirt.com/articles/20160…

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@alansilbert Word on the street says if $BTCUSD == $420 at block 420,000 (halving) then it’s a secret warp entrance to level $9,000

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It appears @aantonop agrees - we will never stop arguing about scaling. youtube.com/watch?v=bFOFqN… twitter.com/lopp/statuses/…

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Over 40% of borrowers aren’t making payments on federal student loans. Is this the latest wave of predatory lending? archive.is/IMAJu#selectio…

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In the Cypherpunk-driven future, there won’t be Panama Papers. Superior financial privacy will be available to users at any level of wealth.

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YoursNetwork Yours v0.2.0 Secret Preview youtu.be/o-VwZqpXYXY

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Cool; setting my sell orders at $9,000. Now we just need everyone else to do the same. twitter.com/alistairmilne/…

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Here’s an IoT + blockchain demo by @IBM over a year ago. Expect to hear updates on their progress in coming months. youtube.com/watch?v=U1XOPI…

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In an IoT future, property will detect malfunctions, check blockchain for service contracts, negotiate rates, & ping you w/available dates.

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I’ll be speaking about bitcoin security models and @BitGo’s business philosophy next month in Research Triangle Park meetup.com/Triangle-Bitco…

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masonic_tweets BitGo announces new mobile wallet blog.bitgo.com/announcing-the…

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moxie WhatsApp has finished integrating the Signal Protocol into their app. End to end encryption for everyone by default: whispersystems.org/blog/whatsapp-…

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Kudos to @bloqinc for stepping up and sponsoring @schildbach’s BitcoinJ and Bitcoin Wallet development work! groups.google.com/d/msg/bitcoinj…

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@ThinkNuclear @kristovatlas Current implementation is not particularly strong in terms of privacy.

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Looks like we already have one brave soul on @openbazaar who’s going to test their opsec! pic.twitter.com/aAeGY7X99o

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@adam3us Sure, I just can’t help but be reminded of @VitalikButerin’s soft fork thought exercise. reddit.com/r/btc/comments…

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@adam3us Sounds like a slippery slope to me - why stop at 50% when you can get more coins even faster?

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It’s an @openbazaar - it’s a marketplace for star dot star! blog.openbazaar.org/openbazaar-is-…

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If you like it then you shoulda put a ring signature on it.

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@jgarzik @ForbesTech How long before citizens are compelled to submit to brain scans?

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@alfiedotwtf It creates an opaque market which makes the determination of fees on the open market even more difficult.

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sysmannet Pool’s trx/avg blk/empty - table by months
2016 Apr 1, Bitcoin 6 months analysis
i.imgur.com/4M4dHwa.jpg pic.twitter.com/6wGeZD7JCj

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Hedging my career bets via @_CFour_ in case Bitcoin goes bust. cryptoconsortium.org/certifications…

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@victoriavaneyk @petertoddbtc I’m just observing if they meet the expectations that they voluntarily set… medium.com/@bitcoinroundt…

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Community sentiment mixed on SegWit release this month; @petertoddbtc also sounds skeptical. petertodd.org/2016/btcc-fund… pic.twitter.com/TfBeVH9RgE

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@desantis @tylev @JayCoDon @masonic_tweets meh. “Bitcoinland” was not “abuzz with speculation” about Wright until Isabella wrote the article

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Info_Activism Artist Using Museums to Amplify Tor’s Anonymity Network @trevorpaglen @ioerror @wiretapped wired.com/2016/04/sculpt… pic.twitter.com/CZrrc1iOBK

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SDLerner @lopp Bitcoin PoW is not approximation-free nor optimization-free. I proved the first, and Dr. Timo Hanke is proving the second.

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AsicBoost promises a 20% mining speedup and seems far too elaborate to be an April Fools joke. math.rwth-aachen.de/~Timo.Hanke/As…

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coindesk Breaking: CoinDesk Struck By Blockchain Meltdown As Hard Fork Hits Website coinde.sk/1X2AK87 pic.twitter.com/czfgxWGSbK

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