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

June 27th, 2015

@Beautyon_ @pierebel It’s only a matter of time before we see best practices emerge for running blockchain services. github.com/CryptoConsorti…

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel I find it more likely that bootstrapped companies w/limited funds will use third party APIs as a starting point.

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel If @BitGo decided to cease responding to commands, you can route around us and move your coins to a different service.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to lopp

@Beautyon_ @pierebel And of course, there’s also the limited-trust model we use at @BitGo. We could lie about balances, but not steal coins.

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@Beautyon_ @pierebel For an individual, SPV w/o a trusted node will probably provide sufficient security. Enterprises should run full nodes.

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@Beautyon_ @mzdr0 SPV is the answer for people who don’t want to run a full node and don’t want to trust a third party.

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@twobitidiot Depends upon the security / anonymity of the process you use to hop chains, but yes :-)

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When you have to ask permission to access your money, it isn’t actually your money. This holds true for both cryptocurrency and fiat.

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