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

June 7th, 2017

@maxkeiser @stacyherbert I can certainly help with that, though interestingly enough it might be as simple as waiti..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…TM

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@brucefenton Dost thou seek refuge from thy liberal state of York? You and your brethren are most welcome in the Dirty South.

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@theonevortex Range has dozens of shooting positions though it becomes a PITA to coordinate hot/cold status if you..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…bf

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@iang_fc “Reactive targets” can be arranged.

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Many fellow Bitcoiners are suffering from bottled up frustration & stress. Open invite to y’all to visit my private range & blow off steam.

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BitcoinBelle I suggested someone write a White Paper on their findings and they called me a racist.

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@coindesk @Bitcoin Now now @Bitcoin - you can’t be retweeting prices from yesterday - that’s like a year ago in cryptotime 😉

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@fluffypony Heads up bro, I think this is a scammer trying to front-run your scam. play.google.com/store/apps/det…

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@petertoddbtc @eumartinez20 Uh oh, it looks like this @Twitter app violates the Developer Agreement Section F, #5 p..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…hA

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Q: Should I buy [crypto asset ___] now?
A: If you have to ask, the answer is no.

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Suggestion: run uncapped ICOs on ETC and see if resulting hype can trigger a flippening with ETH. twitter.com/eth_classic/st…

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@JonathanVaage It’s not a metric; feel free to appeal to your favorite whale if you think it will help 😉

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@jgarzik @TheBlueMatt …and made out like a bandit when he sold it!

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@desantis Just a coincidence - was actually spurred by comments I’ve seen on Reddit

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@TaylorGerring A group of people voluntarily exiting existing consensus is not a Sybil attack…

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@mecampbellsoup The former; in order to protect against malicious soft forks and in order to be prepared for hard f..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…mt

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@mecampbellsoup You do need to monitor both the hardware and software running your node while keeping abreast of te..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…TE

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Major misconception seen recently: sovereignty provided by a full node is not automagical. Without a diligent operator, a node is a zombie.

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@JonathanVaage In terms of widespread community support, yes. But not in the sense that a few whales can overrule rest of community.

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@TplusZero Not with regard to determining consensus rules, no. Miners get paid by the ecosystem at large - they “decide” consensus rules.

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Bitcoin isn’t a company. Owning a lot of BTC conveys no special “shareholder rights” upon you. Whales can’t circumvent community consensus.

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During previous bull runs, exchanges would buckle & crash under load. Today’s problem is with scaling support staff. twitter.com/ARKblockchain/…

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