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

January 16th, 2017

@ErikVoorhees Time to update the spreadsheet, @Suitpossum! Or maybe just link to @Google Scholar…

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@Richard_Toddar I merely commented on a post that was complaining about other people “doxxing”

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@seweso @kristovatlas Security through obscurity! Only use your mushroom stamp for biometric access - they’ll never guess that one!

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@kristovatlas Yeah, organizers should also recommend disabling biometric unlocking features…

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Starting to see organizers of protests / marches / civil disobedience recommend that participants install Signal! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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@Mandrik I could even understand having comments removed that actually contained the information. But “you can google it” is doxxing now?

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@Mandrik It’s extremely weak because it not private information; it hasn’t been private for a number of years.

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@BitcoinBelle Nerdy fact that has no effect upon your life unless you want to start programming bitcoin stuff :-)

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@bhec39 I posted links to nothing. Merely mentioning the fact that one can easily google his name also got me nice and deleted.

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On a related note, posting this bit of trivia got my comments deleted by /r/bitcoin mods. Tsk Tsk. twitter.com/lopp/status/82…

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It’s hard for me to take complaints about “doxxing Theymos” seriously given that his name was once on his own site (bitcoin.org)

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@roasbeef Plain HTTP, we’re getting a block and passing the flag for it to also return all the txns in the block.

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Recent testing we’ve conducted on btcd shows that it’s 10X-20X more performant to disable TLS when requesting mass blocks & txns via RPC. 😞

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@fredzannarbor It’s scarce where scarcity is enforced, in cryptocurrency systems and other systems such as urbit.

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@kryptokidz_ For extra security, store all the files into an encrypted partition and then store the HD inside of a Faraday cage.

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@kryptokidz_ Depends on how much data you have, but I’d just buy a USB hard drive and copy everything onto it. slickdeals.net/f/9673272-4tb-…

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For thousands of years humans explored the Earth & staked their claims on valuable scarce resources. Now we repeat the cycle in cypherspace.

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@Snyke @gavinandresen @lightning “A lot” is relative; a tiny amount of resources * 10,000 nodes will be “a lot” more than * 10 nodes.

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.@Snyke explains why @lightning will increase miner profitability. /cc @JihanWu @BITMAINtech @ViaBTC @HaoBTC..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…1r

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