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

October 27th, 2016

JavaScript is easy to:
* Run (browsers)
* Use for developing apps
* Obfuscate (hide malicious code)
* Sabotage
-..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…9E

via Twitter for Android

@fredzannarbor @ryaneshea Right, this claim appears to be limited to the scarce token-based protocols.

via Twitter for Android in reply to fredzannarbor

Don’t forget to ban math and computers; I hear that a lot of crimes are committed with them. twitter.com/quinta/status/…

via Twitter for Android

“Our thesis is that value capture will move down the software stack from apps into protocols.” @ryaneshea usv.com/blog/fat-proto…

via Twitter for Android

“Decentralized apps are challenging to build, but have many benefits. @BlockstackOrg enables serverless apps.” -..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…yJ

via Twitter for Android

victoriavaneyk Why & The Changes Everything! @martindale breaks it down in five minutes at @AllThingsOpen!..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…Jk

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:49 PM, Oct 27th, 2016 via Twitter for Android)

“This chart of bitcoin address reuse keeps me up at night.” - @kristovatlas oxt.me/charts pic.twitter.com/ddbGv6lSgn

via Twitter Web Client

“Blockchain privacy tips: keep data off-chain, make it look same as others, make it appear uniformly random, hide in crowds.” @kristovatlas

via Twitter Web Client

@TriangleBitcoin Lots of blockchain folks 2 blocks away @ convention center; we should meet up! @shannonNullCode @kristovatlas @ryaneshea

via Twitter Web Client in reply to TriangleBitcoin

“As we put more data on blockchains they will become a treasure trove for analytics, surveillance, & stalkers.”..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…KG

via Twitter for Android

Bitcoin Core’s 3 block target fee estimate has increased 60% in the past 3 days, from 63 to 101 satoshis per byte. pic.twitter.com/KUdLTixoMt

via Twitter Web Client