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

March 31st, 2016

@oocBlog @kristovatlas All the more surprising that during periods of full blocks, some miners prioritize low fee consolidation txns.

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BrendanEich New site design: brave.com

New blog post from @_mtr and me on the BTC-based, anonymous Brave Ledger: brave.com/blogpost_3.html

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@kristovatlas I wonder if @oocBlog has ever attempted to reverse engineer mining pool prioritization rules…

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@SlackHQ Already did; apparently being signed into a dozen teams with lots of channels on each requires a ton of memory…

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“Where’s the warrant canary in the Reddit transparency report?”
“We’ve been advised not to say anything about it.”
reddit.com/r/announcement…

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@masonic_tweets Thou shalt not use the blockchain for “cloud mining” dust payouts.

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This leads to the question: do miners prioritize low fee transactions with many inputs and few outputs b/c they consolidate the UTXO set?

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@lykle Not necessarily sent via bitcoin p2p network; I suspect lots of miners have private APIs

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@lykle Someone could send them directly to miner, or perhaps there are enough nodes relaying nonstandard txns that they propagated normally.

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@1Cal83 @DonutShorts @pmarca Federal regulations make banks not want to touch marijuana revenues.

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It’s only one phone.
It’s only sixty three phones. techcrunch.com/2016/03/30/acl…
It’s only hundreds of phones per city. npr.org/2016/02/21/467…

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Bitcoin Core’s scaling roadmap projected an April release date for Segregated Witness. Will they make it?

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.@OPENDIME == first bitcoin bearer bond. Great for privately trading batches of “investment” coins. Off-chain for limitless scalability!

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ErikVoorhees Beautiful 3d visualization of the Bitcoin blockchain - balls are transactions occurring in real time. bitbonkers.com

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Study by @el33th4xor, @socrates1024, @ittayeyal & others argues that block sizes up to 4 MB are safe for Bitcoin. initc3.org/scalingblockch…

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You’d think the poisson distribution of bitcoin blocks would balance out, but it’s a throughput net negative b/c fast blocks aren’t filled.

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@OPENDIME Will there be any way to back up an opendime? I’m guessing not, since that could pose a problem for its cash-like attributes.

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