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

April 18th, 2016

@flyosity I heard that @lessig guy is pretty good at technology. Oh, wait…

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@NickatFP @pmarca We’ll finally be able to build a meshnet for Internet access - we just have to hold hands.

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Imagine how much we could reduce taxes & simplify tax code if we stopped spending so many resources on “defense.” twitter.com/RumsfeldOffice…

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@Vindicia @CathyReisenwitz @hoffmang If only there was someone @brave enough to build a revolutionary micropayments solution…

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@victoriavaneyk @M_Marsollier There’s also a large opportunity in the noncompliance sector O:-)

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@dEnergy_dTime That’s a substantially different attack vector but no, it doesn’t if the bitcoin user has backed up their wallet.

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A fascinating perspective on the history of timestamping by @factomproject Chief Scientist Brian Deery: medium.com/@BrianDeery/ha…

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@martindale @masonic_tweets There are security considerations and you still have “on-chain” scaling issues; @jgarzik seems keen on it though

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@masonic_tweets @ajtowns has good LN simulations & I hear @jratcliff is also working on some. I’d ask @Blockstream about sidechains.

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On the other hand, if atomic cross-chain swaps via Lightning Network become a reality, all bets are off regarding scalability :-)

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Thus, an important scaling question is: in which system will users hold their money the longest before transferring back to bitcoin?

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There are pros & cons to scaling Bitcoin via Lightning Network or via sidechains. But both share a bottleneck: on-chain transactions.

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal nailed the backdoored encryption issue. smbc-comics.com/index.php?id=4…

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@mikestable To be fair, I had that happen once and it was a neighbor fleeing a domestic violence situation…

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