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

March 25th, 2017

@cointastical Sure; I have no clue what short term price movements might occur.

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@digitsu @ryanxcharles You can fork any time you want, but there’s no guarantee that the ecosystem will follow you.

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@matbalez The buck stops at your node. No one can force you to run rules with which you disagree.

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@matbalez Indeed, thus you should reject any attempts by humans to govern the protocol.

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Every Bitcoin crisis is an opportunity to buy cheap BTC from the people who convince themselves that THIS time Bitcoin won’t be antifragile.

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@BKBrianKelly The “bitcoin is controlled by an elite group” is a narrative that has been propagated for years…

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@ryanxcharles Ehhhhh maybe; it’s also possible that conflicting philosophies would have naturally diverged via freedom of association.

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@ryanxcharles I see extremist culture also coming from /r/btc and bitcoin.com 😬
As you’re aware, anyone who wants to fork can…

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@BKBrianKelly Anyone is free to discuss whatever they want. Also free to leave if they want. I pose to you it’s not as divisive as it seems.

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@ryanxcharles There’s no doubt that some people tried. But given the multitude of channels online, they failed. Remember I ran /r/bitcoinxt?

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@BKBrianKelly Security model of the protocol is the same as it has always been. Anyone can leave via HF at any time. HF != theft of your BTC

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@BKBrianKelly Perceived by whom? I sure don’t perceive that. I’d posit that Bitcoin is one case where perception != reality.

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@RyanScudellari Actually, it’s so humble that it appears arrogant to those who don’t understand the reference. coindesk.com/nobody-underst…

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@BKBrianKelly For further details, read my report from the recent Roundtable: blog.bitgo.com/statoshis-sato…

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@BKBrianKelly It is different: these meetings have absolutely no measurable effect upon the protocol itself. That’s my point RE: outcomes.

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@deadalnix @ryanxcharles And Core development governance structure favors vetos similar to how the protocol itself favors vetos.

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@deadalnix @ryanxcharles IMO the Core devs who are employed by Blockstream are highly experienced & good @ making technical arguments.

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@BKBrianKelly FED 2.0? I refer you to the many similar meetings (and their outcomes) that have occurred over the past several years.

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@deadalnix @ryanxcharles Understandable. And these are a problem because your view is that Blockstream controls Bitcoin Core development?

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@deadalnix @ryanxcharles Of course, so you agree there’s no evidence of any AXA / Bilderberg conspiracy to “cripple Bitcoin?”

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@ryanxcharles are you a proponent of the AXA conspiracy theory now?

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@morcosa Based upon a wide variety of (unscientific) polls and my own interactions with users & customers: about 10%.

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mikeinspace The answer we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived…
youtube.com/watch?v=HwShQd… pic.twitter.com/NpBSMV2Dwd

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