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

December 19th, 2016

@idgorilla It could be, though I don’t think we’ll really know for many years.

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@mriou @fluffyponyza @30somethingSTL What stat package can I point at any public repo and easily generate annual reports?

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@balajis Confirmed; we seem to have passed peak Bitcoin obituaries: twitter.com/lopp/status/81…

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@kristovatlas I want to use it but IDK if it’s wise to run shell scripts written by a guy who gives presentations about underhanded code…

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A downtrend in Bitcoin blocks that didn’t utilize their maximum capacity continued throughout 2016…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…FS

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@khannib It would be really cool if you could build a dynamically updated version of @pwuille’s UTXO value chart: bitcoin.sipa.be/utxo_size.png

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@Freemanix I think it’s pretty tiny, only a few percent.

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Looks like @coluplatform and @BlockstackOrg created the most OP_RETURN bitcoin transactions in 2016…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Ad

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.@wisemoe OP_RETURN enables developers to anchor into bitcoin’s blockchain; it enables a variety of services. coindesk.com/bitcoin-the-tr…

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Bitcoin OP_RETURN outputs created in:
2014: 13,000
2015: 655,000
2016: 1,040,000
p2sh.info/dashboard/db/o…

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@l0sh11 @rm0rf Yeah, turns out all the github stats only look at whatever a repo’s default master branch activity was.

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@fluffyponyza @30somethingSTL I struggled for a while trying to find better tools for pulling annual github stats. Gave up.

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@30somethingSTL Upon closer inspection it looks like there is more dev activity than that, but not in litecoin’s default github branch.

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2016 commits & merges:
Bitcoin Core: 2466
Monero: 1609
Ethereum (Go): 1046
Bitcoin Unlimited: 608
Bitcoin Classic: 424
Dash: 35
Litecoin: 13

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