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

February 26th, 2014

I had the pleasure of chiming in on a news piece about our first local merchant’s acceptance of Bitcoin. wral.com/local-durham-b…

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@cryptotraveler Bitcoin is not actually a honey badger. It is a phoenix.

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@polemitis Occam’s Razor: this is probably what happened.

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@emilepetrone If you’re talking about for marketing purposes, remember that Facebook screws over your “reach” - doubt that Google+ does.

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@emilepetrone Hate to say it, but I check Facebook 100x more than Google+

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@averyj Money talks; m’fuckers eavesdroppin’

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Quick! Somebody call that guy on Reddit who performs wallet recovery services! :-P

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The exchange rate of a given cryptocurrency is only interesting as a general sentiment indicator. Don’t try to read too much into it.

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@ChrisPacia @nikolay Hey @Sen_JoeManchin, we’re busy building a new financial system here. Mind your own business.

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@giac_man Bitcoin’s attributes make it incredibly resilient. Every time people say it’s dead, it comes back even stronger.

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@cryptotraveler Nope, everything is unsubstantiated, citing anonymous sources. Pretty sad.

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@PynchonInPublic That’s OK. Bitcoin is not yet at the point where it’s ready for the average person. It has a high learning curve & risk.

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@jinyoungenglund Ahhhhh OK, my eyes skipped right over those images to the form.

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I theorize that Bitcoin users who survive their first “crash” stop caring about volatility & begin to enjoy the ride. i.imgur.com/3yGgoPh.gif

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@socrates1024 @jgarzik @dakami Making a bet against a core developer about what will happen to the protocol… ballsy.

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@dineshah Instructions for how to command the @tipdoge bot are at tipdoge.info

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@dineshah @tipdoge You can tip them to others or withdraw them to a wallet. Good resources: howtodoge.com & reddit.com/r/dogecoin

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@Mikee510 I’ve put together educational resources on my site here: sites.google.com/site/bitcoinsi… As for buying, I recommend using @coinbase

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