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

November 29th, 2016

Beware of Indian BTC arbitrage scams. Red flags: payouts via PayPal, no names of operators, no snapshots of site on archive.org

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@davef__ Drat; it would still make a great meme.

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@MrChrisEllis @BitGo @OKCoin There’s some nuance in there that I think Mike did a good job explaining on the WhaleClub chat.

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@MrChrisEllis @BitGo @OKCoin We don’t publicize all improvements :-)
Policy changes are quite rare thus this adds little human intervention.

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@MrChrisEllis @BitGo @OKCoin It can’t scale, which is why policies should be set appropriately to avoid need for human intervention.

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“How Bitcoin’s Blockchain Changes Everything” - lightning talk by @martindale at @AllThingsOpen 2016 youtube.com/watch?v=VMCc9t…

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“It’s not a Bug, It’s a Backdoor!” - great presentation by @kristovatlas at @AllThingsOpen last month. youtube.com/watch?v=qau1wK…

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Miners are raising their minimum fee rates. Comparison of 7 months ago (left) to today (right.) Hard floor still at..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Zj

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With ETH falling 40% in past 2 months, BTC’s market cap dominance has risen to 86%. twitter.com/lopp/statuses/…

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@ameir You can’t shoot AT the flag but you are allowed to shoot the flag out of an air cannon at crowds as a prize.

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@fluffyponyza @SatoshiRoundtbl @ErikVoorhees @Truthcoin Raises question of if it’s Bitcoin devs’ responsibility to make that a possibility.

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@fluffyponyza @SatoshiRoundtbl @ErikVoorhees @Truthcoin I’ve seen recent posts about not being able to run a node in India.

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@fluffyponyza @SatoshiRoundtbl @ErikVoorhees @Truthcoin Indeed, I think geographical differences in cost should also be discussed.

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@fluffyponyza @SatoshiRoundtbl @ErikVoorhees Why not? The operations and storage required to sync a full node isn’t a mystery.

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@kingjames104 @JoelNihlean I regret to inform you that you risked your life without even understanding what you were fighting for.

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@SatoshiRoundtbl @ErikVoorhees Lots of arguments about making the cost of running a node higher or lower, none about what the cost should be

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@SatoshiRoundtbl @ErikVoorhees To answer your question, I’d say it’s because no one has even attempted to quantify CONOP.

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@SatoshiRoundtbl I’m not attacking @ErikVoorhees, but rather making a joke about the unreasonably redundant arguing in this space.

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I respect your First Amendment right to say we should restrict rights. Let’s not escalate it to the next Amendment. twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…

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