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

March 23rd, 2017

angela_walch ’s version of Originalism - what Satoshi wanted. Do you want your developers to be Originalists or Living..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…SK

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:32 PM, Mar 23rd, 2017 via Twitter for Android)

Two blocks diverged in a chain, and I -
I took the one more widely accepted,
And that has made all the difference.

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@LokiSullivan Evaluate their proposed hard fork and then decide whether or not I agree with it.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to LokiSullivan

@gavinandresen Good points. Satoshi should have left a timelocked last will and Bitcoin testament.

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If Satoshi Nakamoto wanted ________ for Bitcoin, he wouldn’t have abandoned his project.

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@brianchoffman I’ve never seen so much contention over a whitespace change. pic.twitter.com/1shs2GC0EO

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@LarryBitcoin @Technom4ge Right, my main point is that second layer solutions aren’t maximally effective if anchor demand can’t be met.

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@LarryBitcoin @Technom4ge SF is good for now but I’m unaware of a way to indefinitely continue increasing chain anchoring capacity via SFs.

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@adolfosrs No, they just have a ton of small pools and I think not all of them have switched to BU.

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lopp Throwback Thursday: Bitcoin Core versions < 0.6 used IRC channels to learn the IP addresses of other nodes. en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Satoshi_C…

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@adolfosrs @VinnyLingham @WhalePanda @alistairmilne Too much variance in daily numbers; stick to 1000+ trailing blocks for consistency.

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One can be in favor of a hard fork block size increase & against Emergent Consensus. Bitcoin scaling shouldn’t be reduced to binary options.

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@twobitidiot There are similarities in some of the rhetoric, but thankfully Bitcoin is neither a democracy nor a republic. 🙂

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magnr Our plan for a hard fork: Protect asset value on behalf of our clients - magnr.com/blog/bitcoin/b… pic.twitter.com/qAAdxFfvLz

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Bitonicnl Our statement on BitcoinUnlimited and possible Bitcoin hard fork: bitonic.nl/en/news/121/st…

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Bitcoin governance transcends nation state jurisdictions. coindesk.com/fork-fallout-a…

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Truthcoin Let me restate in-metaphor: if the generals don’t agree on *which city* to attack, it won’t matter if their message..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…3e

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