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

June 2nd, 2017

@francispouliot_ @BitGo I think Clef went under. Haven’t used BitID…

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bendavenport In last 24 blocks, ~6500 outputs totaling 0.75 BTC which are uneconomic at 300 sat/bytes. ~4.5 BTC/day getting “destroyed” at that rate.

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Now in research paper form! “On the Unhappiness of Software Developers” arxiv.org/pdf/1703.04993… twitter.com/CodeWisdom/sta…

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@AlistairJTweed Depends; wouldn’t that mean that even if they committed an honest unintentional mistake, they’d be liable for any damage?

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Most software doesn’t have to be perfect. Some exceptions:
* Aerospace
* Crypto
* Medical
* Nuclear

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@cmwoodward @hrdng Well, flex trans would require orders of magnitude more work ecosystem-wide for it to be supported.

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The flip side is that it’s extremely challenging to convince experienced Bitcoin Barons to work for a salary. twitter.com/brucefenton/st…

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At this point in time phone numbers are effectively mutable. Don’t use mutable data as an authoritative source to protect valuable assets.

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@WayneVaughan They received runway trimmings in return for their lack of support.

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Startups that have held a nontrivial portion of their funds in crypto assets have received runway extensions in return for their support.

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@AlistairJTweed Definitely the former, though I’m sure you could argue the latter.

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@robustus Sure, though I’d think that this would result in “positive: instant deflation!”

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When millions of dollars worth of ETH gets permanently stuck in a buggy smart contract, it’s:

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@hrdng There are also various high throughput on-chain proposals like NG or the DAG stuff. Probably change the trus..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…5j

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@hrdng You could argue that “Flexible Transactions” is a cleaner way of fixing tx malleability, but of course it’s not backwards compatible.

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@meier_bernhard Just make sure you hold your own keys. Can’t control the exchange rate, of course… bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/bitco…

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CollinCrypto QuadrigaCX exchange allegedly lost 60,000 due to smart contract problems. $ETH
reddit.com/r/ethereum/com…

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