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

January 21st, 2016

@FX_Investierung @Forbes Just because you don’t find it useful does not reduce its utility to those who do. medium.com/@lopp/the-mult…

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@n1ckler Seems to be much better than obfuscation to me since even @ShapeShift_io won’t be able to link your Zcash deposit to original BTC.

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@rjurney Did you try deleting large attachments? I’d have exceeded 20GB years ago if not for regular maintenance. labnol.org/internet/gmail…

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@thebitledger @jgarzik Core has built a good reputation over the years; it’s as simple as that. No other project has their lengthy history.

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@coolbearcjs @jgarzik @kristovatlas @BitcoinMagazine Yep, that’s why Core is seen as safe option. Evaluating new code & coders isn’t easy.

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@coolbearcjs @jgarzik @kristovatlas @BitcoinMagazine I follow no man - I follow code. Unfortunately, not everyone understands code.

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Cursory glance at realtime transactions shows the vast majority pay 0.000X000 BTC - clearly hardcoded & not dynamic. Not a smart fee market.

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Core Devs won’t admit it, but Core is an authority because many users trust them and won’t exit when voice fails. twitter.com/kristovatlas/s…

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When you spend an unconfirmed bitcoin output you’re spending money you don’t have.

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@ziggamon We don’t release many metrics, though we did recently claim to have a majority market share of P2SH usage blog.bitgo.com/bitgo-inc-post…

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@ziggamon You need to have an Instant-enabled @BitGo wallet in order to send a transaction, but not to receive.

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