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

May 20th, 2017

58 to go after recently surpassing Bangladesh, Romania, Kuwait, Peru, & Nigeria. Next up: Qatar. twitter.com/lopp/status/81…

via Twitter Web Client

@kristovatlas In my experience the trolls definitely “go away” when you forward all their messages to /dev/null 😀

via Twitter for Android in reply to kristovatlas

@kristovatlas I’m basically saying “don’t feed the trolls / don’t engage with toxic people.” Isn’t ostracization an..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Zx

via Twitter for Android in reply to kristovatlas

Become a duck in the storm of vitriol. Allow it to roll off your back and float on top of the rising tide.

via Twitter for Android

When developing for adversarial environments you can have trial by fire while prototyping or in production. Poor ideas preferably die young.

via Twitter for Android

Cypherpunks should disregard attacks upon their character: such attacks contain no relevant information to aid in strengthening their ideas.

via Twitter for Android

Cypherpunks attack peers’ ideas in order to strengthen them and/or save peers from wasting resources cultivating fatally flawed concepts.

via Twitter for Android

Even if you’re sharing a holy grail of knowledge it will be rejected if you trigger a firewall. Presentation is key. twitter.com/lopp/status/86…

via Twitter for Android

@ViaBTC @JihanWu Good. If you help people get low fee txns confirmed, you’re disincentivizing them from correcting their Bitcoin usage.

via Twitter for Android in reply to ViaBTC

This is why you can’t push knowledge into the brains of your peers. It must be pulled in voluntarily. twitter.com/lopp/status/86…

via Twitter for Android

The human brain has multiple firewalls to protect it against false / corrupt info: skepticism, boredom, incomprehension, distrust, and more.

via Twitter for Android

It’s always an order of magnitude more to get to the moon. If bitcoiners work together then we’ll get there soon!

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naval Blockchains have high internal coordination costs for security and stability and lower external coordination costs for social scalability.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 6:14 AM, May 20th, 2017 via Twitter for Android)