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

April 1st, 2015

@jfeldis @BitseedOrg I recommend you link to bitcoin.org/en/full-node#n… in your docs; excellent guide that includes port forwarding.

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@jfeldis @BitseedOrg Are you on @github? Where can I send lengthier suggestions?

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@jfeldis @BitseedOrg Seems you could simplify all the btcwatch crontab entries into: 00 * * * * bash /home/linaro/btcwatch.sh >> cron.log

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@jfeldis @BitseedOrg You’re right; it’s set to run on Sunday. FYI your documentation says it runs nightly.

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@ScottaBeTrue @BitseedOrg It’s a node rather than a miner. You can learn about why nodes are important here: medium.com/@lopp/bitcoin-…

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@BitseedOrg Have your test devices experienced corruption that bitcoind couldn’t recover? I’ve never had a hard shutdown that was critical.

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@BitseedOrg Why stop bitcoind & back up the blockchain nightly? That’s fine for a dev box, but full nodes should stay connected to network.

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@iomwhereyoucan @HuffPostUKTech FYI you misspelled Bitstamp a couple times as “Bitsmap”

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@el33th4xor I average a bit more than 1,000 per day on my well connected nodes.

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@ryanxcharles Drat; I already dumped all of my bits into Toxcoin!

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bitonbit We’re proud to announce ChangeTip SCAN! Watch bills turn into bits right in the palm of your hand! youtube.com/watch?v=pCbBMA…

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