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

May 2017

@Melt_Dem @BraytonKey If a banker looked at my checking account they’d think I’m living paycheck to paycheck.

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Are we witnessing the crypto-economy pulling itself up by its own bootstraps?twitter.com/chjango/status…

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@alex $GBTC is @GrayscaleInvest’s OTC product for the @BitcoinTrust; only (easy) way to get BTC exposure inside retirement accounts.

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@josephjpeters @CharlieShrem Assuming the PoS fork doesn’t result in another chain split, thus doubling the supply again 🙃

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The @AttentionToken ICO sold out in ~30s but investors haven’t gotten the memo & are still sending to the contract. etherscan.io/address/0x0d87…

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Could ICOs leverage @civickey’s ICO tokens in order to more fairly distribute ICO tokens at rates capped per uniquely identified investor? 🤔

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@jebus911 BAT was pre-FOMO’d via custom smart contracts, from what I hear…

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Idea: “beer goggles” plugins for crypto wallets. ICO will be for tokens to vote for the next wallet to support. A la wired.com/2008/10/google…

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naval Good tokens coordinate distributed actors to provide and allocate scarce network resources. The rest are just equity by another name.

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@theinstagibbs Sure they can but I suspect they don’t immediately liquidate everything. Wouldn’t we see significant price drops post-ICOs?

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$GBTC currently sitting at ~125% premium over BTC - pretty sure that’s an all time high premium. Doubtful this will..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qq

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How much money has been invested in ICOs? It it sufficient that it could be greatly reducing circulation of ETH, further driving up price?

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ICO FOMO shows:
1. If nothing else, Ethereum is a successful fundraising platform.
2. The crypto-rich are desperate to ride the next bubble.

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Raising $35M in 24 seconds is 🔥, but we can’t know the size of the ICO bubble unless folks remove these safety caps! twitter.com/LibertyBlitz/s…

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Indeed; even Ethereum users experience hours-long backlogs if the network becomes very popular. twitter.com/MrChrisEllis/s…

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ICO FOMO has been causing massive transaction surges on the Ethereum network. twitter.com/myetherwallet/…

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@brianchoffman Privacy & fungibility. But still scalability.

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@AnonOnAMoose @AriDavidPaul @ARKblockchain Devices w/o screens are potentially vulnerable to MITM attacks if initia..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qQ

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Good news, everyone! In case SegWit2x doesn’t work out, I finally found the correct caliber of silver scaling bitco..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…F9

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@rogerkver I think perhaps some more tactfulness is in order with these tweets.

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@theinstagibbs Oh boy, another “miners vs users” conundrum. Sacrificing a few block rewards seems like a small pric..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…gO

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Still waiting to hear a sound technical reason why SegWit2x shouldn’t implement BIP91 & make it compatible with existing BIP141 deployment.

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@gavinandresen Nakamoto (machine) consensus != meatspace consensus.

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@AriDavidPaul @ARKblockchain Trezor / Ledger are the easiest high security one can achieve. Make sure to only recom..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…sb

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@bendavenport If it’s heavier, you just get that extra energy usage back during regenerative braking, right?

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@bendavenport Cutting edge armor can be acquired for a mere 1,000 pound weight gain… 20% gain on the high end model S.

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Is it also odd that the ticket purchase was conducted in BTC rather than ETH? medium.com/@alwaysbcoding… pic.twitter.com/j3yTdSdeWV

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Bitcoin Barons shouldn’t drive Lambos / Ferraris. They should be autopiloted by Teslas w/ level IV armor & hardened circuitry. Cyberpunk AF.

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lopp Truth be TODL
Many Bitcoiners SODL
Or didn’t store CODL
You should break the MODL
And straight up HODL

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@thijstriemstra @ErikVoorhees Indeed, organized aggression is immoral. Organized defense, on the other hand, is key..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…5y

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@hrdng @mwilcox OK, are you saying Core doesn’t skip sig checks for blocks after the last checkpoint but before the minChainWork threshold?

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@BitcoinsSG @hrdng @mwilcox I believe that was in reference to current chain tip rather than checkpoints.

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@hrdng @mwilcox OK, this is news to me. I had several people review my security model article and no one has disput..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…rk

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@hrdng @mwilcox You lost me - are you disputing the soundness of skipping sig checks up to a given min chain work?

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@hrdng @mwilcox Both statements are correct - the former and ensures the latter. Core is moving away from checkpoin..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…HY

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@haq4good @mwilcox @_GIBUS_ @chaiwaala You mean a contract external to the blockchain’s operation? If so, you can s..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…DH

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@mwilcox @_GIBUS_ @chaiwaala That’s not the argument. FYI, every Bitcoin implementation does this - it’s built in to the security model.

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@TheRealXinxi @bitcoincoreorg @coinut_exchange Yes, if you want to purchase 2.5% of a Bitcoin block it will cost about that much.

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@dgenr818 Right; the point being that Bitcoin’s security model need not necessitate transactions commit to signatures.

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@guruvan I do have good news for you, though. If you run Core you can disable signature skipping during initial blo..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…eW

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@guruvan Every implementation I’m aware of has checkpoints to skip signatures
github.com/BitcoinUnlimit…..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…kj

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@guruvan Ah right, I had forgotten about that. Well, I have bad news for you. Line 936: btc.yt/lxr/satoshi/so…

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@guruvan You claim that this is “a bug.” I wish to know which software you suggest running that doesn’t contain this “bug.”

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@guruvan Do tell, which full node software are you suggesting one use instead?

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@deadalnix @ssoeborg @JihanWu @kristovatlas It’s not “central planning” per se unless the planners can force their..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Br

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@cdelargy The (expensive) collusion would have to occur in conjuction w/a 100% sybil attack upon a freshly syncing..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…6u

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@mwilcox Yes, but it’s only needed at time of transaction creation / for recent blocks. Historical syncing of blockchain need not check.

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lopp @mwilcox Once sufficient PoW protects a block, there’s little point in checking signatures. Bitcoin Core already sk..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…4I

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@mwilcox Once sufficient PoW protects a block, there’s little point in checking signatures. Bitcoin Core already sk..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…4I

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Bitcoin’s blockchain is currently 60% larger than it needs to be; it’s full of unnecessary historical data. This data is called signatures.

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Those who scoffed at the thought of $1,000 BTC are scoffing at $10,000 BTC and will scoff at $100,000 BTC.

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@JihanWu @deadalnix @kristovatlas As a miner, don’t you prefer the UTXO set to be smaller so that it’s easier for you to keep in memory?

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@deadalnix @kristovatlas I’ve heard these claims made in the past; are there any in-depth explanations to which you could link?

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@kristovatlas You think SegWit makes it harder to hard fork in the future?
You think SegWit makes non-SegWit transactions more expensive?

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@dykstranet @TaylorGerring I’m not sure offhand, though @murchandamus probably does from the research he did for his master’s thesis.

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@kyuupichan If anything, SegWit users will leave more space for your non-SegWit sends, staving off some of the fee market spikes.

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@A_Hannan_Ismail @MrChrisEllis “We are all Satoshi” is a meme that preaches tolerance. “Bitcoin shrugs” similarly s..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…mM

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For those who are anti-SegWit: how would other people’s use of SegWit negatively impact your usage of non-SegWit transactions?

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If you want to reach people who radically disagree with you, your only hope is to put yourself in their shoes & avoid tribalistic language.

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In the beginning Satoshi said “let there be Bitcoin” and there was Bitcoin. Today many Satoshis say “let’s change Bitcoin” & Bitcoin shrugs.

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ponli137 @ARKblockchain Yes is a new life form, , feeds on energy, has metabolism, increases entropy, l..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Rr

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Bitcoin wallets should implement dynamic dust limits for output values. At current fee rates, no one should create outputs < 0.0005 BTC.

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@prestonjbyrne Some of us can’t be bothered to even get out of bed for less than 100% daily gains.

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Riding a 30% drop in your portfolio ain’t no thing after previously experiencing 90% drops. pic.twitter.com/6gEKCA8sBO

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@jimmysong @TuurDemeester Maybe what he means is that the /exchanges/ actually own his bitcoins 🤣

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I’ll be giving a presentation entitled “The Benefits of Coopetition in Adversarial Environments” at @thefutureofbtc twitter.com/thefutureofbtc…

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Because they excel at following the rules and aren’t disruptors. twitter.com/CNBC/status/86…

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📈If you don’t like the price of Bitcoin, just count to 10 and hit F5.📉

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nopara73 I just published “Understanding TumbleBit Part 4: Not Even The Tumbler Can Steal Your Coins” medium.com/p/understandin…

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Business is booming at @BitGo, but it would be even better if we had more engineers. Message me if the following de..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…jW

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Each bull run mints a fresh round of Bitcoin Barons; congrats to HODLers who survived the trough of disillusionment. youtube.com/watch?v=fZfg1G…

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@srinitude Some rudimentary programming skills are required, such as familiarization with C++ and github.

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Are you a developer who wants to learn the Bitcoin Core codebase? Consider contributing to Statoshi as a start🙂 github.com/jlopp/statoshi…

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Bitcoin obituaries are probably good signals for when to buy the dip. 🙃 twitter.com/JordanTuwiner/…

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gigq Bitcoin in 2010 vs 2017 pic.twitter.com/cNvSM80TKn

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@brianchoffman @brucefenton Paymentcoin vs cypherpunkcoin - let’s find out which one is more valuable!

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Datavetaren @barrysilbert @adam3us One of the more important things with consensus is not to get angry. That simplifies at leas..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Be

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I’d like to thank @barrysilbert, @GrayscaleInvest, & @BitcoinTrust for creating $GBTC & accelerating my 401K retirement goals by decades.

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@VinnyLingham The starve the miners idea? I’m not sure how well it would work since some may have sufficient reserv..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Tv

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Given recent gains, I’d gladly sacrifice half of my BTC in return for activating SegWit & moving past current scaling drama/deadlock.

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Wishful thinking - definitely not investment advice. What I’ve found most striking about this bull run is the numbn..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…fa

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malgorithms NEWS! Official Keybase extension for Chrome — End-to-end encrypted chat from Twitter, Reddit, HN, etc. profiles…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…k4

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I was just shown a YouTube advertisement for this ICO when trying to watch a Bitcoin video. Peak ICO confirmed? youtube.com/watch?v=Za3fjO…

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@kristovatlas We should crowdfund a desalination machine for you 😬

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@ziggamon One can speak without being hateful, though I believe the vast majority of users don’t even care to speak.

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I witnessed hugs & handshakes between many supposed “enemies” during Consensus 2017. I reject the vitriol perpetuated by a vocal minority.

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Professor @camharvey’s cryptofinance class is so popular at @DukeFuqua that 1/3 of MBA students end up taking it before graduating.

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“Academia often only teaches students the past. It’s my responsibility to ensure my students are disruptors, not disruptees.” - @camharvey

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@juscamarena Current proposal is to use bit 4 while existing activation uses bit 1. Would be preferable if the proposal supports both.

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A huge effort has been made this week to achieve consensus. Personally, I’d prefer a BIP9 compatible activation: github.com/jameshilliard/…

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@JaEsf @TaylorGerring My feeling is that it’s very unlikely at this point in time.

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.@BitGo is pleased to announce our cold storage vault software! pic.twitter.com/L6JB0SBtT2

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Bitcoin monetary supply has surpassed Qatar and New Zealand’s M1 supply. 56 nation state currencies to go. twitter.com/lopp/status/81…

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“Bitcoin obituaries are fake news.” - @OneMorePeter

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“Royal Mint Gold will bring more transparency to the market and reduce the friction for trading gold.” - @srolondon

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“We must face the reality of blockchain scalability and store as much data / perform as much computing off the chain as possible.” - @muneeb

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“I can imagine a future in which all currency exchange rates are quoted in terms of bitcoin.” - @wences

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The dessert at the @coincenter dinner is entitled “The ICO” pic.twitter.com/ql4lVJNCTP

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coindesk .@lopp on “failure” to solve scaling at : “Bitcoin scaling will solve itself.” pic.twitter.com/oRkdT1Mf6x

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Can Bitcoin Scale? Featuring @eric_lombrozo, @2drewlee, @bobbyclee, @PeterRizun & @spair. Moderated by yours truly. youtube.com/watch?v=BiCSgz…

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coindesk “We have a pretty strong consensus that bitcoin is booming. It may change, it may be frustrating but it won’t die.” —@loppp17

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YourBTCC kicks off today with a panel on scaling that includes industry leaders and Core and BU repr..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Xi

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@TaylorGerring UASF is about economically incentivizing miners to form a consensus that aligns with what their employers (the users) want.

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🎵It’s my node, and I’ll fork if I want to🎵
🎵Fork if I want to, fork if I want to🎵
🎵You would fork too if it happened to you…🎵

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@TaylorGerring It’s not possible for UASF changes to be “allowed.” Users choose to enforce those rules or not.

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Disregard nation states, acquire sovereignty.

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@prestonjbyrne Why should I care if other people want to do risky things that don’t impact me?

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58 to go after recently surpassing Bangladesh, Romania, Kuwait, Peru, & Nigeria. Next up: Qatar. twitter.com/lopp/status/81…

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@kristovatlas In my experience the trolls definitely “go away” when you forward all their messages to /dev/null 😀

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@kristovatlas I’m basically saying “don’t feed the trolls / don’t engage with toxic people.” Isn’t ostracization an..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Zx

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Become a duck in the storm of vitriol. Allow it to roll off your back and float on top of the rising tide.

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When developing for adversarial environments you can have trial by fire while prototyping or in production. Poor ideas preferably die young.

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Cypherpunks should disregard attacks upon their character: such attacks contain no relevant information to aid in strengthening their ideas.

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Cypherpunks attack peers’ ideas in order to strengthen them and/or save peers from wasting resources cultivating fatally flawed concepts.

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Even if you’re sharing a holy grail of knowledge it will be rejected if you trigger a firewall. Presentation is key. twitter.com/lopp/status/86…

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@ViaBTC @JihanWu Good. If you help people get low fee txns confirmed, you’re disincentivizing them from correcting their Bitcoin usage.

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This is why you can’t push knowledge into the brains of your peers. It must be pulled in voluntarily. twitter.com/lopp/status/86…

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The human brain has multiple firewalls to protect it against false / corrupt info: skepticism, boredom, incomprehension, distrust, and more.

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It’s always an order of magnitude more to get to the moon. If bitcoiners work together then we’ll get there soon!

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naval Blockchains have high internal coordination costs for security and stability and lower external coordination costs for social scalability.

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@WayneVaughan @Tierion @chainpnt @jcp @tdryja @ChristopherA If the only thing I get out of Consensus is a hug from @jcp, I’ll be satisfied.

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@BlueDavid @BitGo Yes, kind of. I’m not entirely sure what the options are to activate it for a send at this point…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…C1

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@arbedout @warrensmyth Tons of companies have been working hard on products & services to announce at Consensus and other conferences.

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I suspect that next week is going to be cray cray in cryptoland. Even more so than the past few weeks…. pic.twitter.com/gteUhzO73w

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@ajwest “Be your own bank” means preparing better than bank-level security if you have the need for it. medium.com/@lopp/thoughts…

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No one is to blame for Bitcoin’s scaling deadlock.
Everyone is to blame for Bitcoin’s scaling deadlock.
The blame game is non-zero-sum.

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mikeinspace On the next Bitcoin Car Talk… bitcoincartalk.com pic.twitter.com/sFJGo9n3D4

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@Excellion Should we achieve digitization of conciousness before my physical body dies, I won’t need to exit. I’ll..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…4J

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@kiranvaidya @ErikVoorhees Are you saying that you view bitcoin more as a store of value than as a payment system?

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@motionerror @LaurentMT It’s just looking at the ratio of bitcoin transaction fees per block versus the block reward of newly created BTC.

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@mcyabelo The only historically sound investment strategy for BTC is to buy and hold for a long period of time.

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Alternative chart title: “Bitcoin Security Sustainability Index”
H/T @LaurentMT pic.twitter.com/JZE4d8iMon

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@jonmatonis It would be cheaper to stockpile hard drives for backups…

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This piece is entitled “Memory Pool Migraine” pic.twitter.com/HYZTkXMAQZ

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@vipul982 And hashrate and plenty of other metrics. Pretty hard to define / measure centralization since it can encompass many factors.

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@JamesGMorgan IMO the Bitcoin “community” is far more cohesive than meets the eye.

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Vires in Numeris.
Bitcoin’s strength derives from numbers.
Not merely from the math behind the crypto, but also from community cohesiveness.

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@zooko @z Should have paid more hashcash.

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My Bitcoin exit strategy is death.

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@bitcom21 That’s tricky too… you’re trying to guess which outputs are change. Same issue applies though; folks co..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…7u

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@bitcom21 It’s pretty much impossible to try to classify transactions as “real” versus “spam” or “gaming metrics” twitter.com/lopp/statuses/…

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@ErikVoorhees If you’re referring to SPV, I covered the differences in detail here: coindesk.com/bitcoins-secur…

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@ErikVoorhees Wouldn’t it be great if Indians could achieve trustless financial sovereignty at a cost they could afford?

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If you try to control the Bitcoin honey badger it will mercilessly gnaw upon your reputation until your humility is exposed or none remains.

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@hcarpach There’s your problem - thinking that Core dictates the protocol.

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What’s that, you say? You’re frustrated with the changing nature of Bitcoin? pic.twitter.com/YpejocExDJ

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@hcarpach Bitcoin wallets can only control their own behavior, not the nature of Bitcoin itself.

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@CharlieShrem @morcosa There’s a good summary at the top of the linked github issues. A variety of improvements for..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…VZ

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👏🏼👏🏼@morcosa’s fee estimate overhaul is merged into Bitcoin Core! I’ve been testing for past month; great work! 👏🏼👏🏼github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi…

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Bitcoin wallets with hard coded min/max fee sanity checks should replace them with dynamically calculated values. reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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@dotglum @Adam_S9 Certainly. Mainly if the wallet has an imbalance in received transactions versus sent transactions.

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When you’re proficient in a variety of high level programming languages and somehow keep finding yourself writing b..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…uN

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@bit_novosti @BitcoinErrorLog @Excellion If most of the mining machines stay in China and the Chinese courts don’t..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…SF

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@bit_novosti @BitcoinErrorLog @Excellion I’m asking if these laws tend to actually get enforced or if they’re just..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…RP

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@BitcoinErrorLog @Excellion IANAL… do Chinese courts care about American patents?

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@WhalePanda I’ve been told that the 0.00888888 and 0.00444444-esque value outputs are tied to the GladiaCoin pyrami..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…AI

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@jgarzik @el33th4xor BitGo’s fee estimates ramp down quickly as of our latest overhaul. Can you spot the change?😉 p2sh.info/dashboard/db/f…

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@ziggamon @desantis @khannib Given that no algorithm can actually predict the future, it very well be that the best..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…U7

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@ziggamon @desantis @khannib Shouldn’t trust any of them. I’d think the /best/ thing to do would be backtesting the..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qj

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@ziggamon @khannib Is their algorithm open source? Doesn’t seem like it - ours certainly isn’t.

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@brucefenton I suspect 10X demand would increase fees more than 10X, but I’m no economist. 🙃

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