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

January 13th, 2016

@Datavetaren According to Michael, a single dev or large company is sufficient to make a fork “contentious” bitcointalk.org/index.php?topi…

via Twitter for Android in reply to Datavetaren

Google Scholar articles mentioning Bitcoin in
2009: 47
2010: 103
2011: 139
2012: 336
2013: 1,080
2014: 2,700
2015: 2,290
H/T @shazow

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@masonic_tweets If you try to run Statoshi on a Raspberry Pi you’re gonna have a bad time :-( github.com/jlopp/statoshi…

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@swizzard CAUTION: SUPPLY OF BITCOIN ACADEMIC PAPERS IS HIGHLY INFLATIONARY

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@CTZN5 @briceb8e IIRC it was the “message size limit” and thus applied to any p2p message.

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BitGo RT @Coinosphere: “You may find yourself using a BitGo wallet without even knowing it…” bravenewcoin.com/news/the-best-…

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@Technom4ge @Kosmatos I’d prefer any implementation that will save us from having to continually come back to this debate.

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@MG_Awesomi @balajis Only decent “solution” I’ve heard is that we continue to add utility to the Bitcoin ecosystem and grow the market size.

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@MG_Awesomi @balajis Volatility is natural in free markets - altering a market try try to achieve stability tends to delay the inevitable.

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@MG_Awesomi @balajis I think Bitcoin will continue to operate - the big question is what the primary use case for it will be.

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@Technom4ge It’s not a foregone conclusion, but it’s difficult to convince ecosystem to switch to a new group of devs w/o Core’s history.

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@BTCFoundation You nearly gave me a grant to fund Statoshi; how about a follow instead?

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@briceb8e Original block size was 32MB and it was decreased to 1MB in ~2010 or so

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If XT can’t form a new Schelling Point for Bitcoin protocol development, I doubt Classic / Unlimited / etc can - just adds fragmentation.

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Bitcoin academic papers published in:
2008: Bitcoin Whitepaper
2010: 1
2011: 8
2012: 21
2013: 64
2014: 217
2015: 288
docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d…

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@Datavetaren I don’t think you’ll get anyone to commit to a number or percentage - it’s a “feeling.”

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@Datavetaren The answer from people crying “contentious!” tends to be “I know it when I see it.”

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Suitpossum For some reason I ritualistically punish myself by gathering academic research on Bitcoin bit.ly/BitcoinReview pic.twitter.com/ngDLBNkNu9

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