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

March 3rd, 2017

bradheath DOJ says it would rather drop a child porn case than reveal technical details about the FBI’s Tor Browser exploit,..twitter.com/i/web/status/8ā€¦Cw

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@zquestz @LarryBitcoin @rogerkver Signatures are only really needed for new txns. Once sufficient PoW secures a txn, can assume it’s valid.

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@zquestz @LarryBitcoin @rogerkver These days most of a block’s data is only transferred once - as unconfirmed txns.

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@zquestz @LarryBitcoin @rogerkver SW does away with the concept of “block size” and replaces it with “block weight.”

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@zquestz @LarryBitcoin @rogerkver Uh… “on chain scaling” covers a variety of techniques. Including Segregated Witness…

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@SarahJamieLewis Plus proof that they all passed recent STD tests? šŸ˜¬

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@joseandreschl @rogerkver Hopefully will publish on @coindesk in a few weeks, depending upon how long the artwork takes.

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@juscamarena @brianchoffman Hmmmm well you’d only be able to doublespend the inputs you owned at a higher effective fee rate. Maybe…

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@brianchoffman Indeed, or we could just hard fork it in šŸ˜‰

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If Bitcoin block space becomes too expensive for average user, we may see groups of users collectively buying block..twitter.com/i/web/status/8ā€¦3n

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@ott0disk @rogerkver Higher fees only affect users who transact, notsomuch for users who only store value. Thus the different priorities.

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@dgenr818 Miners can’t supply more space than nodes allow them to supply šŸ˜¬

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@rogerkver You’re basically arguing that your priorities are right and those of others are wrong… my next article will address this.

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@Melt_Dem @breitwoman @tez0s Thanks for doing this series; it’s a refreshing new perspective.

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If only there was some solution that was able to dynamically adjust demand so that it matched supply… šŸ¤” twitter.com/ViaBTC/status/ā€¦

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It appears that we’ll be testing The Oracle of Bitcoin’s latest prediction quite soon… twitter.com/VinnyLingham/sā€¦

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@Stl_o @twobitidiot No, there are a variety of techniques (technical, geographical, regulatory) to achieve lower power costs.

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@twobitidiot Alternative view:
Miners “buy” new coins at fraction of market price and HODL most of them, so the numbers are actually lower.

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@jvrmardones If their addresses do start with a 3 but you are suspicious, you can always ask us to confirm.

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@adam3us @Beautyon_ Odd conclusion given that we can just change the activation date/method in a new software relea..twitter.com/i/web/status/8ā€¦Up

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FYI: if a Bitcoin service claims to be secured by @BitGo, but their deposit address doesn’t start with “3,” you’re about to get scammed.

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