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

December 7th, 2015

I see no opposition to Segregated Witness - not even from Peter Todd! Expect it to get fast tracked. twitter.com/petertoddbtc/s…

via Twitter Web Client

jgarzik SEC Approves Overstock.com S-3 Filing to Issue Shares Using bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/sec-a…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:31 PM, Dec 7th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

“I propose we work towards the segwit 4MB block
soft-fork which increases capacity & scalability.” - Gregory Maxwell lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitc…

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@bittunes @jtoomim Yes, faster block propagation means fewer orphan blocks and generally means that nodes stay more in sync.

via Twitter for Android in reply to bittunes

@bittunes @jtoomim To be clear, proposal is for mining to remain the same - just changing process nodes use to send & receive blocks.

via Twitter for Android in reply to bittunes

“Zcash team developed a secure multiparty protocol for CRS generation: only needs 1 party to delete their privkey.” @zooko

via Twitter for Android

pwuille Segregated witness talk & proposal: transcript diyhpl.us/wiki/transcrip…, slides prezi.com/lyghixkrguao, code github.com/sipa/bitcoin/c…

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 4:02 AM, Dec 7th, 2015 via Twitter for Android)

Q: How does path discovery work on the Lightning Network?
A: We don’t know. It’s a hard problem.

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“If you want a stake in the future direction of an OSS project, you have to invest in its development.” @wtogami

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“When OSS only has volunteer engineers, peer code review can languish because it’s no one’s responsibility.” @wtogami

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“We could speed up block propagation w/a bittorrent approach: split blocks into chunks assembled into merkle tree.” @jtoomim

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“Bitcoin nodes have validation costs; big cost is CPU cycles for OP_CHECKSIG. Block size BIPs should consider them” @n1ckler

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