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

September 4th, 2014

@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon Whether Big Players fund Bitcoin Core or alternative implementations, more resources are needed.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon Quite simply, we need more full time and specialized engineers working on the project.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon I have a number of issues with how Bitcoin Core dev is structured, but can’t complain about volunteers.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon @winklevoss @chamath Seems to me that if Bitcoin Barons care, they should hire full time devs themselves.

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@nycbtcpros @oleganza @napoleon IDK, would PoS voting mean that @winklevoss, @chamath, & other Bitcoin Barons control future development?

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Budgeting $300 for a BTC integration is a recipe for Karpeles. RT @Coinality Need Payment Bitcoin Integration ow.ly/B6p7P

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@pmccall777 The current state of crowdfunding is pretty sad with regard to accountability of campaigners.

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@tylerwinklevoss Would you prefer I send you coins in denominations of 10 or 100?

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@SHodyEsq @HipChat looks the same across versions when you’re simply using it as an XMPP service. :-)

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Congratulations to @camharvey at @DukeU for being one of the first professors to teach a course on cryptocurrency. coindesk.com/top-us-college…

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@BTCFoundation @gavinandresen @techreview Too late. Already invested my time, skills, and money. Would like to invest more of all three.

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@CathyReisenwitz Some chump out there doesn’t even know that he needs whatever you’re selling! Work it!

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