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

May 5th, 2016

One year ago I wrote about the block size / scaling debate. In hindsight, I stand by every word. medium.com/@lopp/de-centr…

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BitcoinMagazine Exploring the Centralization Risks of ’s Lightning Network btcm.ag/light4 pic.twitter.com/3pRzNowgV9

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@BitcoinXio @MyceliumCom The crowdsale is for 5% of the wallet product.

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Developer wants to help write code for @Hyperledger but can’t b/c @IBM code is copyrighted. lists.hyperledger.org/pipermail/hype… pic.twitter.com/tvRAX1rQy8

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@RobFisher @jonmatonis It sounds like the “proof” was not as carefully controlled as it could have been. Possibility of fraud remains…

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In past 3 days, @MyceliumCom has raised 1,272 BTC in their crowdsale, effectively valuing the wallet at $11M. crowdsale.mycelium.com

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@timpastoor @BitcoinBelle Exactly; that’s why @el33th4xor’s posts have been excellent material regarding the complexity of Satoshi proof.

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btcdrak “Dr” Craig Wright decides he “can’t do this” drcraigwright.net pic.twitter.com/o3lx0MOfQP

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@btcdrak That’s odd; he misspelled “cryptographic keys” as “courage.”

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@jonmatonis…. because the Satoshi keys have been lost?

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@BitcoinBelle @NickSzabo4 Probably hidden away, feeding just enough info to Craig to make him plausibly Satoshi ;-)

via Twitter for Android in reply to BitcoinBelle