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November 15th, 2016

valkenburgh Cryptocurrency described with only the 1,000 most used words. pic.twitter.com/2F4YD7jVnV

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Just deployed to statoshi.info: new block size & weight metrics to give more insight into SegWit effects. statoshi.info/dashboard/db/b…

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@alistairmilne @alansilbert It gets complicated and turns into game theory if you’re talking about chains attacking each other :-P

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@alansilbert @alistairmilne Sure, if two chains have same difficulty then I’d expect their cumulative work will (relatively) converge.

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@alistairmilne @alansilbert You can seem some calculations I performed on Bitcoin’s chain here: coindesk.com/bitcoins-secur…

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@alistairmilne @alansilbert When analyzing the thermodynamic security of a blockchain, look at cumulative work rather than length.

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@alistairmilne @alansilbert Point being that a block on one chain can have orders of magnitude greater work than one on another chain.

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@alistairmilne @alansilbert Chain length is likely irrelevant; AFAIK all PoW systems are based upon cumulative chain work, not chain length.

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Should Bitcoin supporters take a page out of BitTorrent’s playbook? medium.com/@BrianDeery/bi… /cc @bramcohen

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lopp When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag, holding a cross, sitting in a lawn chair, and eating a KFC Double Down.

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@el33th4xor Is that a “ties suck” binary tie?

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.@krakenfx gives a tip of the hat to @projectfi as the telco that’s most secure against phone porting attacks. blog.kraken.com/post/153209105…

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