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

September 2016

@angela_walch Extremely hard, quickly asymptotically approaching economically infeasible. :-)

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@angela_walch IDK, it’s much more convenient to fit “immutable” into a tweet than it is “provably thermodynamically expensive to revert.”

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@gubatron @docbtc But yeah, from some perspectives mutability is a feature. From others immutability is a feature.

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@gubatron @docbtc Goes back to @aantonop’s first point: nothing is perfectly immutable. The question is what system costs most to mutate.

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@gubatron @docbtc If consensus is federated then it should also be trivial cost to change the implementation.

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@wsculley @philfrancis77 @aantonop It seems reasonably possible, though we’ll just have to wait and see…

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@wsculley @philfrancis77 @aantonop Decentralization is a continuum, not a boolean. I wrote about mining here: medium.com/@lopp/the-futu…

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@wsculley @philfrancis77 @aantonop To my knowledge, all long-range attacks are theoretical. I’m not aware of any ever being carried out.

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@twobitidiot It really depends upon how much you value immutability and censorship resistance. Avg person may not care, but @wikileaks does.

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@wsculley @philfrancis77 @aantonop The result is that long-range mining attacks that rewrite history are much cheaper in PoS.

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@mzdr0 @paul_btc @ofnumbers @ArthurB @aantonop’s definition is great; now we just need consensus upon it. Perhaps a Twitter poll?

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@paul_btc @ofnumbers @ArthurB @aantonop “Immutability” is a trigger word since people define it differently - nothing is 100% immutable :-)

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@ofnumbers @ArthurB @aantonop You mean because given sufficient hashing power and time, a chain can be rewritten?

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@ofnumbers @ArthurB It sounds like you’re talking about tamper evidence. Recommend watching @aantonop describe difference in his talk.

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@ArthurB @aantonop Not if they are censoring transactions that they are legally allowed (or even obligated) to censor.

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Bitcoin Unlimited is accepting proposals to fund projects that research and improve Bitcoin scaling. medium.com/@peter_r/call-…

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@ArthurB That’s tamper evidence. @aantonop is referring to cost for miners to collude against users.

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@stanmarion @aantonop Recommend watching youtube.com/watch?v=rsLrJp… - it becomes prohibitively expensive to maintain a long-term rewrite.

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“Distributed ledgers run by banking consortiums via federated consensus have a cost of 0 to rewrite history. Not immutable.” -@aantonop

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Our ancestors said “it’s as good as written in stone.”
Our grandchildren will say “it’s as good as written in the blockchain.”
- @aantonop

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@stanmarion @aantonop We’re talking long-term past, not short term. It quickly become uneconomical to change past the further back you go.

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“Proof of work is also Proof of Stake. But Proof of Stake is not Proof of Work. With PoW, miners are staking energy (money.)” -@aantonop

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“Understand difference between changing the past vs the future. If you have majority hashrate, you can decide future - not past.” -@aantonop

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“Blockchains are only inherently tamper-evident. In order to be tamper-proof they need proof of work.” -@aantonop youtube.com/watch?v=rsLrJp…

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@ummjackson @el33th4xor Can be useful either way, but there’s less friction in daily use when staying in crypto. Plenty of trade-offs.

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@ummjackson @el33th4xor It’s simpler if you’re /only/ using Bitcoin. If you’re using traditional financial system + Bitcoin, it’s harder.

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Ever watch a cryptocurrency die? It tends to be with a whimper, not a bang. Bitcointalk is an altcoin graveyard. Ex: bitcointalk.org/index.php?topi…

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kallerosenbaum Barbie does atomic swaps between . I have written about it here: popeller.io/index.php/2016…

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If you develop a JS-heavy app you should ensure it still works if the browser blocks analytics packages such as..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…C9

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Great blockchain track lining up at @AllThingsOpen next month: @TaylorGerring, @muneeb, @martindale, @kristovatlas, @shannonNullCode & more!

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One problem with using phone number based auth as “something you have” - an attacker can pwn your phone number. medium.com/the-coinbase-b…

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US won’t allow @SpaceX to hire non-citizens because rocket science is considered restricted weapons technology. Unwise policy. - @elonmusk

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“We anticipate fleets of up to 1,000 ships departing for Mars at a time. It’s like Battlestar Galactica. That’s a good show.” - @elonmusk

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By using a methane-based propellant, more propellant can be refined on Mars and ships can return to Earth. -..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…UJ

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“Using traditional methods, it will cost $10 billion per person to go to Mars. Our goal is to lower this cost to $200,000.” - @elonmusk

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@MadBitcoins Because the cyberthreat is real. Cybernormals are cyberpeeing their cyberpants at the thought of cybernukes.

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@ShakerSamman @el33th4xor Who said all of the admirals and generals are American?

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In conclusion, Lester Holt emerges as the clear loser of the first Presidential debate. Runner-up losers include everyone who watched.

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HRC: We have cybernukes and we don’t want to use them, but we will.
Trump: The DNC might have been hacked by a 400 pound bedridden American.

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@TuurDemeester Depends on your config; more is better. Raspberry Pi with 1GB can run it, just not very performant.

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Not exactly, @alidabbs. Blockchain is a data structure; it’s unrelated to consensus mechanism used to add more data..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…xj

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bradheath 2d Cir. rules in favor of American Express in antitrust suit brought by DOJ.
pic.twitter.com/PPer7AG31B

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assertNotEquals(“100% test suite code coverage”, “100% coverage of all possible system states & code paths.”);

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@rbtkhn Segwit is enabled in 0.13.1; probably be released in October, though it will then require 95% of hashrate signaling activation.

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1 month after release of Bitcoin Core 0.13.0, 23% of nodes have upgraded.
Release of 0.14 planned for March 1, 2017. lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitc…

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Zcash’s initialization requires 1 honest participant to ensure system integrity; reputation & size of group is key. twitter.com/zcashco/status…

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@bhec39 I don’t think it’s about a specific metric so much as getting to the point where anyone can easily choose financial freedom.

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Many Bitcoin Barons are aloof & anonymous, living as if they own nary a coin. They are the silent HODLers patiently awaiting the revolution.

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@2drewlee @zooko Inability to prove total monetary supply is a price paid for the ability to hide output values.

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@bamos01 Probably even closer comparison would be to the sigops limit. Difference is that sigops limit doesn’t fluctuate.

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@naval Ultimately may be sooner than many anticipate if @YoursNetwork has anything to say about it.

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@GreggDourgarian @bamos01 Yep, it’s not necessarily a terrible thing. Probably preferable to operate in a degraded state than to not operate

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@bamos01 Kind of - Bitcoin allows prioritized confirmation time by paying a higher fee whereas Ethereum rejects some txs regardless of fee.

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Ethereum has a fascinating defense against certain attacks that disrupt the network: intentionally crippling itself. reddit.com/r/ethereum/com…

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If you look around the blockchain space and can’t tell who’s getting scammed, it’s probably you.

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Relevant to anyone who uses Bitcoin Core or its derivatives.
“The MIT License, Line by Line” writing.kemitchell.com/2016/09/21/MIT…

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If you have an old Yahoo account that you never use, you can fix it here: edit.yahoo.com/config/delete_…

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ryanxcharles Time to get bank account for new corporation in California: 2 months. Time to get BitGo bitcoin wallet: 2 minutes.

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@TuurDemeester Big incentive to mine empty blocks if block propagation is winner-take-all, but not as much when uncles also get rewarded.

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@TuurDemeester Miners still get rewarded for uncle blocks in Ethereum, unlike orphans in Bitcoin. blog.ethereum.org/2014/07/11/tow…

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@TuurDemeester If by Ethereum orphans you mean uncles, be careful comparing those with orphaned Bitcoin blocks.

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@el33th4xor Are you going to write an Amazon review? They’re not looking so hot. amazon.com/Politics-Bitco…

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@msheth Hire & train blockchain engineers :-)

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@prestonjbyrne We’ll see if boredom results in the pendulum swinging back 🙃

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@GreggDourgarian Up from the protocol layer to the app layer, attacking entities that are using the protocol rather than protocol itself.

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@GreggDourgarian If protocol is sufficiently hardened, attacks will move up a layer. Bitcoin is a great example of this.

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Attacks shall continue until there are no flaws left to exploit. The million ETH question is: how long will that be? twitter.com/lopp/status/77…

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@zerohedge @alansilbert This explains why I’ve been getting so many “unauthorized access prevented” emails lately…

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bradheath Still another. Fed. court ruled the FBI’s Tor hack was an “unreasonable, warrantless search” that violated the 4th..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…EJ

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@deadalnix @twobitidiot Yeah, the problem is that this technical argument quickly turns into a philosophical argument and then gets nasty.

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@deadalnix @twobitidiot Working with overwhelming data is a challenge, as is working with extreme data limitations.

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@deadalnix @twobitidiot *shrugs* I worked on Hadoop clusters crunching petabytes of data w/MapReduce in last job; now I work on tiny data.

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@deadalnix @twobitidiot Indeed, focusing on throughput will make them cringe. Though the 99.990638042% uptime ought to catch attention. :-)

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@TrendyComputing Larger UTXO set => more inputs your transactions will have, creating larger data sizes that will require higher fees.

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Simulation of UTXO selection algorithms concludes Bitcoin Core pays higher fees, maintains smallest UTXO set. murch.one/wp-content/upl…

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“Banks are training thousands of devs on blockchain tech; some will get bored & found Bitcoin startups.” - @aantonop twitter.com/lopp/status/77…

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@CathyReisenwitz @TheTinaVasquez Passive verbiage that makes it seem like the officers just happened to be there at the time of a shooting.

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@TuurDemeester That’s what happens when you don’t run your own full node!

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@jgarzik @DanielMross It is possible to use Authy for SMS-based 2FA, which we don’t recommend - lots of issues with SMS.

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@charles_merriam @HowHackersThink Higher salaries will ultimately lead to more developers, but there will be significant lag time.

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@prestonjbyrne That seems fairly optimistic. From my view the vast majority of criminals don’t get caught. (We’re all criminals.)

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@flyosity Perhaps the system is incredibly flawed if it allows such a shithead to be a stone’s throw from the presidency?

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@sjsqd Is Authenticator Plus trustworthy? Any independent security reviews of it? /cc @el33th4xor @matthew_d_green @kristovatlas

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Using 2 factor authentication for all the things is great. Managing dozens of 2FA tokens with @google Authenticator’s UI is not so great.

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BitcoinBelle Florida judge says is not money; NY judge says it is
I don’t care what the clowns call btc so long as I can still buy food with it

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“You can’t expect Bitcoin to be what you want it to be.” - @kyletorpey
Even more succinctly: “Bitcoin is.” - @Beautyon_

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Price gouging laws disrupt the economics of supply & demand, accelerating tragedy of the commons. ..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…oi

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@tomaxwell @naval 1) Understand entire app stack very well
2) Think like a hacker in order to write contracts defensively & free of exploits

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@spinte7 @CryptoCompare I can assure you that I don’t work for free, though I don’t contribute to OSS projects full-time, just occasionally.

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Blockchain: a tamper-evident record of state transitions. Create a hashchain of your SQL log lines & call it a day. twitter.com/eiaine/status/…

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@lsukernik Sure, with several years of studying and experience :-)

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A must-read in-depth history of the Cypherpunks and their innovations. passcode.csmonitor.com/cypherpunk

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The talent shortage of devs who understand blockchains, cryptocurrency, & distributed systems may very well limit growth rate of ecosystem.

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Ethereum’s attack surface is still being explored and remains of unknown size. twitter.com/ryaneshea/stat…

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It was worth the wait to get the latest batch of @KialaraCoin - great work, Max! pic.twitter.com/tcNZHep8Jh

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Before “1984,” before “Brave New World,” there was “We.” It was the first book banned by Soviet Russia. Great read! amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ABQ…

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Department of Injustice forces @UCBerkeley to take down free online courses due to not being accessible by disabled. news.berkeley.edu/2016/09/13/a-s…

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coindesk A look at multisig wallet technology for the ethereum platform coindesk.com/ethereums-wall…

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Bitcoin is a financial weapon of math destruction. Vires in numeris.

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@dgolumbia @timpastoor I’m certainly intrigued as to how you associate cryptoanarchism with far right authoritarianism 😲

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I prefer to call it “extremely free thinking” - “right-wing extremism” makes it sound like we bomb abortion clinics. twitter.com/dgolumbia/stat…

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Show me a self driving car and I’ll show you millions of lines of code just waiting to be exploited. twitter.com/fmanjoo/status…

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@kristovatlas @305_Jesus & a driver noted that some users game the system by ordering many X’s & cancelling until one w/6 seats arrives.

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Self driving taxis won’t work well until coupled with AI that can navigate subtleties of pick-up locations & detect bad passenger behavior.

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kallerosenbaum Just blogged about compact SPV proofs for . My head just exploded. popeller.io/index.php/2016…

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@djwaldow That’s what happens when you trust other people with your money. twitter.com/lopp/status/77…

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“We can make it expensive to write stupid comments on Reddit.” -@aantonop youtube.com/watch?v=plDP4b… /cc @YoursNetwork pic.twitter.com/iV5tZZ2ERs

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“Any time you consume content that isn’t worth paying for directly, you’re paying for it by violating your privacy.” twitter.com/aantonop/statu…

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Time hacks:
Work from home
Eat @soylent
Shop on @amazon
Set up bill autodrafting
Don’t have kids
debarghyadas.com/writes/why-are…

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pmarca We decided to respond to the problem of “Too Big To Fail” banks by outlawing the creation of new competitive banks. richmondfed.org/-/media/richmo…

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Tell @BarackObama to take 30 seconds out of his remaining 128 days as @POTUS to pardon Edward @Snowden: pardonsnowden.org

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@mikeinspace @IOHK_Charles That the average person doesn’t care what’s under the hood.

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Bitcoin devs will likely take issue w/the security assumptions, but what really matters is if it works in practice. twitter.com/IOHK_Charles/s…

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@Truthcoin Is there a TL;DW on how to operate a trustless 2-way peg with a soft fork?

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When you log into your work email & wonder if it’s technical difficulties or if you got passive aggressively fired. pic.twitter.com/B6xeWn8JJu

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Lightweight blockchain clients were crucial for IBM Blue Horizon engineers - enabled them to install IoT apps in vehicles.

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IBM ran into scalability & cost problems with public blockchains, thus pushing them to Hyperledger. Sounds like @jgarzik’s Fidelity Problem.

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bluehorizon.network only uses Ethereum as a proof of concept b/c it can only support ~20K devices. Will eventually use Hyperledger.

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Create a weather station on bluehorizon.network & it registers a Weather Underground account & sends them data. pic.twitter.com/LQ1xvSEUYk

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@masonic_tweets Yep, should be interesting to compare the two.

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Blue Horizon incorporates Ethereum , Telehash, and BitTorrent protocols. Designed to run on a Raspberry Pi. bluehorizon.network

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IBM’s Blue Horizon IoT technology will be open sourced in the next few months! bluehorizon.network

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If your job is easily automated by a bit of hardware and/or software, you’re essentially a biological robot. cnbc.com/2016/09/12/ai-…

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frankyiannas Humans once opposed refrigeration & pasteurization. Imagine a world without them. And pick up @calestous new book. washingtonpost.com/news/innovatio…

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“We’re going to build a wall around our garden and we’re going to make the altcoins pay for it!” twitter.com/ErikVoorhees/s…

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Proposed policy will raise multisignature cap from P2SH’s n-of-15 max to n-of-100 max via P2WSH (Segregated Witness) github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi…

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The Internet of Things will take surveillance capitalism to the next level. locusmag.com/Perspectives/2… pic.twitter.com/zDo6encd2A

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TuurDemeester Crazy anecdote of what can happen when a drug addict steals your medical identity. ow.ly/AC773045NTz pic.twitter.com/ByWKeTiYQN

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@Truthcoin @kyletorpey @el33th4xor Come on guys, can’t we refrain from the personal attacks? 😞

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@Snowden I hope you’re getting a decent cut of @SnowdenTheMovie’s profits!

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@JamesGDAngelo Thanks; I was saddened to see such a treasure trove of educational content disappear.

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@JamesGDAngelo I hope it’s unintentional that the Bitcoin 101 Blackboard videos are private. Please bring them back! youtube.com/playlist?list=…

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Wanted: trustless version of Scout to replace hard coded Bitcoin node seeds. blog.bittorrent.com/2016/09/09/sco…

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@Satoshi_N_ You should probably bring a text version along if you want @aantonop to GPG sign the entire book in a reasonable timeframe.

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The 2001 bubble was fueled by dot-com companies. The 2008 bubble was fueled by real estate. This time, it’s cash. bloomberg.com/gadfly/article…

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“For your convenience we can charge you a 3% premium to display your order in non-scary currency units.” *facepalm* pic.twitter.com/SRT7bXATn8

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Cloaked in darkness, The Bitmobile emerges from its cave seeking sustenance. pic.twitter.com/fjIZriCPxc

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Position of trust & power + misaligned incentives = scammer’s paradise. money.cnn.com/2016/09/08/inv…

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We often claim “rational actors” when discussing game theory, yet rarely consider that actors likely have asymmetrical info / understanding.

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“At a basic level, money isn’t value. It represents an abstraction of value. It’s a form of communication.” @aantonop, The Internet of Money

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“What do we want?”
“EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL PROOF OF WORK!”
“When do we want it?”
“AS SOON AS IT’S CRYPTOGRAPHICALLY VERIFIABLE!”

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Dev kit makes it easy to add autonomous flying & obstacle avoidance to your drone or robot. insights.ubuntu.com/2016/09/07/wel… pic.twitter.com/wU5nATYD6H

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@pierre_rochard My guess would be that a project manager handed a list of skills needed to HR and they just shoved them all into 1 req.

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Nice to see more jobs; too bad 0 people have all the skills for AT&T’s “Senior Blockchain Big Data Full Stack Dev” coinality.com/jobs/senior-bl…

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Q: I found a FOSS project & I want to contribute. Where do I start?
A: Find the “getting started guide.” If there isn’t one, write it!

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Q: How do I get Bitcoin experience as a dev?
A: Start contributing to projects! Here are a few: whatcanidoforbitcoin.xyz/projects

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Permissioned blockchains will transform industries.
Permissionless blockchains will transform economies.

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@kyletorpey @bitcoin_experts You’re gonna need a “Greg Maxwell posted on /r/btc” filter.

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We embrace remote work at @BitGo; message me if you’re a programmer who’s passionate about Bitcoin & cryptocurrency! medium.com/@margotcodes/g…

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A generous 0.027% tip / slap in the face! twitter.com/el33th4xor/sta…

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@TuurDemeester Can confirm; my stats seem to increase & decrease linearly along with my tweet volume. pic.twitter.com/UinXCiFAOl

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@pmarca @ProSyn This is a pessimistic forecast that assumes we don’t reap the benefits of The Singularity.

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Hearing concerns about ensuring that AI treats humans ethically. Where are the concerns about humans treating AI ethically? 🤔

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coincenter What is Multi-Sig, and What Can It Do? coincenter.org/entry/what-is-… pic.twitter.com/LtHkZpQiw9

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bradheath Police looked up a Minnesota TV host’s driver license photo 3,844 times, including 780 while she was on-air. pic.twitter.com/jjOxi1SbZJ

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@oxt_btc When can we expect closer-to-realtime data? I almost always want to investigate txns that are only a handful of blocks old!

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bradheath Yet another fed. court says the FBI’s warrant for its Tor crack was invalid, but won’t suppress the evidence. pic.twitter.com/yHTt0JD0eK

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@FakeUnicode @twitter Do undefined codepoints map to actual characters?

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Don’t feel constrained by @twitter’s 140 char limit. 128,000 unicode chars => 10^715 possible tweets. Fewer than 10^12 have ever been made.

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Bullish builders bootstrap Bitcoin, benefitting by beckoning bountiful buyers. Business booms.

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@el33th4xor @TechCrunch OH NOES, everyone is going to make fun of my shitty musical tastes!

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@MooreGramsBeats Unfortunately it’s not much of a joke. The additional length causes issues with code, database, and human operations.

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@prestonjbyrne I recommend going the zombie route. If only the realistic zombie targets weren’t so darn expensive… zombieindustries.com/collections/bl…

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If you enjoy working w/ 16 digit satoshi values in Bitcoin, you’ll love working w/ 26+ digit wei values in Ethereum! Floats are for fools…

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@jessedain Indeed, along with pretty much the entire financial and economic system :-)

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@mikeinspace Could work if the latencies aren’t terrible

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@mikeinspace Yeah but there’s still the problem of maintaining consensus - Internet is required. I mean global outage, not just local.

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“Bitcoin would be useless if the Internet stops working!”
“Light bulbs would be useless if the electrical grid stops working!”

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Hey @WIRED, you need to get on the @brave bandwagon. I have bits with your name on them, but you’re blocking @brave. twitter.com/brave/status/7…

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Cryptography mailing lists send me password reminders in cleartext and I can’t even turn them off. Insecure software defaults will doom us.

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