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

March 1st, 2017

”______ are trying to control Bitcoin!”

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@ErikVoorhees @theonevortex @ShapeShift_io If you analyze the mempool and pay more than the current highest fee rate, it’s pretty likely. 😬

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@ErikVoorhees @theonevortex @ShapeShift_io Perhaps you should make a list of recommended wallets that have user friendly fee handling.

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@ErikVoorhees @theonevortex @ShapeShift_io In reality, the fee handling is a failure on part of wallets. Users shouldn’t have to know.

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@ErikVoorhees @theonevortex @ShapeShift_io A user will plug in that static fee, then sometimes create a tx with many inputs that gets stuck.

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@riprowan @SatoshiLite They’re both flawed in the same way. I outlined the cure in my medium post.

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@SatoshiLite Bahahaha; it’s a false dilemma regardless. No one needs to choose either.

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statoshi.info updated to Bitcoin Core 0.14; new mempool persistence feature means no more metric cliffs w..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…tJ

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@hitchslappy Well, larger legacy blocks and/or SegWit would reduce fees. Problem is 2nd layer isn’t ready yet.

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@ollekullberg My point is more regarding dichotomy of exchange rate rise causing rise in transaction fees (even faster than exchange rate.)

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It’s an odd combination of joy and disappointment, observing the gentrification of Bitcoin. pic.twitter.com/jRFhnagRBS

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