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

February 27th, 2016

Someone’s being naughty & maxing out bandwidth by requesting large blocks in a loop. And they have a message. pic.twitter.com/pek9iE0wwl

via Twitter Web Client

@Benathon @Technom4ge It’s possible if you are spending a lot of low value outputs, creating a transaction with a large data size.

via Twitter for Android in reply to Benathon

Explaining “high fees” to users who collect dusty outputs generally doesn’t make them happier. Lightning Network will enable us to fix this.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to lopp

Bitcoin fees being disconnected from value sent is great when you can send $1,000,000 for $0.10 but not so much when sending $10 costs $3.

via Twitter Web Client

@morcosa Hm, but shouldn’t all 0.12 nodes be affected roughly the same? None of my others saw this spike - did any of yours?

via Twitter Web Client in reply to morcosa

mikebelshe Been blogging for 10yrs. First time I got DDoS’d is after my block size posts. What does this tell us?

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 3:46 PM, Feb 27th, 2016 via Twitter for Android)

khannib Bitcoin blocks are fuller than ever. p2sh.info/dashboard/db/b… pic.twitter.com/ai53l7dmtr

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 1:28 PM, Feb 27th, 2016 via Twitter Web Client)

Fun @ethereumproject stats:
3.9% of all ether is stored in contracts
13.3% of all ether is held by @Poloniex etherscan.io/address/0xb794…

via Twitter Web Client

n1ckler Ethereum app post-mortem shows how simple contracts can contain subtle bugs due to gas limits
kingoftheether.com/postmortem.html

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 12:40 PM, Feb 27th, 2016 via Twitter Web Client)

@morcosa My statoshi node jacked up 2 block target fee estimate 12 hours ago but other nodes still show 44,000… statoshi.info/dashboard/db/f…

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