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

May 4th, 2014

@StartupLJackson @jgarzik Spreadsheet as a Service, eh? Billion dollar idea.

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@pmarca Agreed! Whatever path it takes us down, I want to help blaze the trail. :-)

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Dogecoin PR campaign is officially a success with this shoutout by the NASCAR announcer. youtube.com/watch?v=K5nTwq…

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Watching Josh Wise race the DOGECAR around Talladega and Fox just aired the shot I’ve been waiting for: dash cam from car trailing DOGE. :-)

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7) In summary, I think there is enough room in the protocol and ecosystem for Bitcoin to simultaneously become mainstream and more fringe.

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6) If value can’t be tied cryptographically, we may see more alt-coin initial distributions based off of Bitcoin ownership a la æthereum.

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5) If features can’t be merged in, alt-coin value may be tied to Bitcoin via cryptographic mechanisms such as side chains or proof of burn.

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4) Bitcoin Core developers view alt-coins as breeding grounds for innovation; they will attempt to merge successful features into Bitcoin.

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3) The “fringe” will continue experimentation, some of which will be in Bitcoin (such as CoinJoin & Dark Market) and some via alt-coins.

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2) As Bitcoin goes mainstream, I suspect value stability will become even more pronounced vs alts. Alt-coins : Bitcoin :: Bitcoin : Dollar.

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1) Cryptoanarchists see Bitcoin as cryptocurrency’s stronghold; it is most stable store of crypto value due to having the largest economy.

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*Takes deep breath* I think @pmarca’s prediction of a libertarian exodus from Bitcoin is incorrect. My reasoning is as follows:

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