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

August 20th, 2016

@taariqlewis Sure, though from a security standpoint it seems they would prefer to hand out read-only tokens as opposed to user/pw pairs.

via Twitter for Android in reply to taariqlewis

@ryaneshea Good point. I wonder how @R3CEV plans to overcome that issue ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

via Twitter for Android in reply to ryaneshea

OAuth is 9 years old, yet it seems all financial services integrate with banks by requiring your user/pass for full read/write access.

via Twitter for Android

@QuickenLoans myQL - connecting my NCSECU account w/30 char pw failed multiple times. Shortened it to 10 chars & integration worked.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to QuickenLoans

Once again I’ve had to shorten my bank p/w to get a financial service’s integration to work w/my bank. /cc @FormFree @Fidelity @QuickenLoans

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Because “security reasons.” (โ”›โ—‰ะ”โ—‰)โ”›ๅฝกโ”ปโ”โ”ป pic.twitter.com/87dMRhwLFF

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@el33th4xor I agree; I’ve taken issue with a number of Cobra’s actions but at the end of the day, I guess it’s their site to administer.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to el33th4xor

@el33th4xor Can’t we judge them upon the merit of their contributions as opposed to their lack of government registered identity?

via Twitter Web Client in reply to el33th4xor

@AegisFS Not really; using Bitcoin over Tor is something you’d want to do for sending transactions as opposed to receiving them.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to AegisFS

@mraz_sic However, while it’s possible to configure a node to only receive & relay blocks, I’m not aware of a way to only relay txns.

via Twitter for Android in reply to mraz_sic

@mraz_sic Sure, but in order for that to be possible, someone has to be running Bitcoin hidden services that will accept & relay txns.

via Twitter for Android in reply to mraz_sic