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

January 31st, 2017

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@RobWilllliams A duress password should open a real wallet that only has a tiny amount of value in it relative to your real wallet.

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@bitcoin3000 Trezor, Ledger Nano S & eventually Blue, Samourai Wallet, maybe some other hardware wallets.

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@CharlieShrem @BitcoinTrezor The @LedgerHQ Nano S does (nontrivial setup) and eventually the Blue will too. I think @SamouraiWallet as well.

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Far too few bitcoin wallets support duress passwords. mit.edu/~specter/artic…

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@giacomozucco Sounds good on the surface but let’s be realistic - they’ll just consolidate multiple regs into a single reg and call it a win

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@Satoshi_N_ Doubtful it will be lowered; I’d be fine with as low as 75% for SFs just to prevent stubborn holdouts / laggards from blocking.

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@Satoshi_N_ Except in reality, pressure goes away when people get frustrated and stop using the system.

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@999BTC Not necessarily - it could simply plateau & end up an “S curve”

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@TuurDemeester I’d classify this under “being more flexible about current lack of scalability” via probabilistic rating of unconfirmed txns.

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@999BTC The hashrate is a reflection of what bitcoin users are willing to pay to secure the system - it self-adjusts accordingly.

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