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

August 21st, 2015

Livestream from @GenesisMining data center (switch to camera 2 for audio): lifeinsideabitcoinmine.com

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Brainstorming ways to bust out of Reddit’s hierarchical moderator dictatorship system: reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt/co…

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@LaurentMT meh; I doubt any of those commenters will be at @ScalingBitcoin ;-)

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@aantonop @comcast My @TWC connection is getting 10X faster next month just because @googlefiber is about to arrive :-)

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Many people are fearful for the future of Bitcoin, but I’m quite confident that @ScalingBitcoin consensus will be achieved in meatspace.

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bendavenport Just booked my tickets to attend @ScalingBitcoin in Montreal Sep 12-13 on behalf of @BitGo.

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“We are currently in the process of testing… we will most likely switch to BitcoinXT.” @GenesisMining blog.genesis-mining.com/bitcoin-xt-whe…

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@cypherdoc2 This? Pretty sure he was referring to regtest networks, not testnet. Testnet would reject large blocks. reddit.com/r/bitcoinxt/co…

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Currently seeing about 10 transactions per second on testnet with a mempool size of 35,000 transactions. Is that you, Coinwallet.eu?

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Whoa; someone is running a transaction stress test on testnet and filling all the blocks: blocktrail.com/tBTC/blocks/1

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BitGo Developing multi-sig wallets now made easy with SDK release. ow.ly/RcihK

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@ziggamon Sure, plenty of people are opposed to a “benevolent dictator” model. But the “final call” is made by the rest of the ecosystem…

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@ziggamon Guess I misunderstood your position. So you don’t think XT could acquire governance of the protocol itself?

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@ziggamon If we agree that there is no governance then why do we disagree that XT could somehow acquire governance?

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@DigiEconomist If your neighbor has an improvement proposal that the ecosystem agrees with, it should be implemented.

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@DigiEconomist Yes; the free market is not about stability.

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@DigiEconomist “Trusted control” :-( Sorry, but I thought that’s exactly what we’re trying to avoid with Bitcoin.

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To be clear, the Bitcoin protocol is “governed” by the entire ecosystem of participants. If they choose Core to centrally manage, so be it.

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Disappointing to see people label Bitcoin XT a “coup.” That’s a centralized way of thinking that implies Core == governance of protocol.

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