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September 22nd, 2016

If you have an old Yahoo account that you never use, you can fix it here: edit.yahoo.com/config/delete_…

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ryanxcharles Time to get bank account for new corporation in California: 2 months. Time to get BitGo bitcoin wallet: 2 minutes.

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@TuurDemeester Big incentive to mine empty blocks if block propagation is winner-take-all, but not as much when uncles also get rewarded.

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@TuurDemeester Miners still get rewarded for uncle blocks in Ethereum, unlike orphans in Bitcoin. blog.ethereum.org/2014/07/11/tow…

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@TuurDemeester If by Ethereum orphans you mean uncles, be careful comparing those with orphaned Bitcoin blocks.

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@el33th4xor Are you going to write an Amazon review? They’re not looking so hot. amazon.com/Politics-Bitco…

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@msheth Hire & train blockchain engineers :-)

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@prestonjbyrne We’ll see if boredom results in the pendulum swinging back 🙃

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@GreggDourgarian Up from the protocol layer to the app layer, attacking entities that are using the protocol rather than protocol itself.

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@GreggDourgarian If protocol is sufficiently hardened, attacks will move up a layer. Bitcoin is a great example of this.

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Attacks shall continue until there are no flaws left to exploit. The million ETH question is: how long will that be? twitter.com/lopp/status/77…

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@zerohedge @alansilbert This explains why I’ve been getting so many “unauthorized access prevented” emails lately…

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