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

October 28th, 2015

@ClaudioAlbertin @flyosity Sure, but it’s not nearly as sexy as a SALT. Just look at that carefully crafted gat!

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@flyosity I can buy a whole magazine of .45 for the cost of a single SALT round. Apparently it’s more economical to kill than incapacitate.

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@flyosity If you buy one, can we run a pretend home invasion scenario where I attack you with my training knife?

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@cafintechnet @alansilbert And who knows; perhaps the big banks will need to take a baby step before jumping into the deep end.

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@alansilbert My view of permissioned blockchains is that they allow users to take a small step from “fully trusted” to “mostly trusted.”

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As promised: an open source Key Recovery Service we hope will promote greater security across the Bitcoin ecosystem. github.com/BitGo/key-reco…

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Announcing the release of @BitGo’s Key Recovery Service with @sneakdotberlin’s Keyternal as our first KRS provider! bitcoinist.net/bitgo-launches…

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @pig_poetry Bitcoin will be inflationary for the next century or so.

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@pig_poetry Speculators come and go in cycles as builders continue to make incremental progress regardless.

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@pierre_rochard I need the next bubble postponed until Q1 2016 so that I can lower my Bitcoin IRA’s cost basis!

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@JVWVU1 I dare not speculate upon the outcome of speculators’ speculative frenzies.

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Part of me wants the Bitcoin exchange rate to go up. The other part doesn’t, so that discussions aren’t swamped by speculators.

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