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

September 1st, 2015

@acityinohio Central bankers… central developers…

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@paxful @rogerkver Not censoring people is hard work, I tells ya! Note that /r/bitcoin had to add a bunch of mods

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@rogerkver We’re nearly 12,000 strong in and it has been going great; glad to have you on board!

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The charts are indicating that a new stress test on mainnet may have started an hour ago. Check out those sigops:

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@BlockCypher You’re not broken, but seem to be struggling to stay caught up; currently over 400 blocks behind.

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@BitPay Looks like the load was too great; now your testnet explorer has crashed.

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@BitPay Side note: due to how you refresh data on the dashboard widget, sometimes screenshots come out blank:

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@BitPay The ‘recent blocks’ widget on doesn’t seem to be able to handle block storms.

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@MyceliumCom Your testnet servers appear to be down, probably due to the current block storm.

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Bunker down, blockchain processors; another testnet block storm is upon us. Difficulty has reset to 1 and blocks are arriving by the second.

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RT @bridge21inc: Seven reasons a vote for BIP100 is a bad idea:

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@kristovatlas Just thought it might be interesting given that TBTC has no discernible market value.

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By my very rough estimates, at 0.5 J/GH & $0.08 / kWh & 1.3M difficulty, it currently costs about half a penny to mine a bitcoin on testnet.

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In which a group of developers claims to defend permissionless innovation while requesting innovators ask permission

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@least_nathan @JustusRanvier @kristovatlas The ability to reliably orphan blocks would require a majority of the network hash power. $$$$$$$

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slush_pool Captain speaking again with some news……

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@ShawnElliott @mikestable It’s important to be able to prioritize where your computational power is being spent.

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Cryptography dramatically decreases the cost of security, allowing us to create assets that are outside the reach of many forms of coercion.

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@BitfuryGeorge @gavinandresen Note that my node is connected to ~120 peers (very high) and still uses avg of < 10 KB/S down and 100 KB/S up.

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