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

June 27th, 2017

@maxkeiser @el33th4xor The Internet’s threat model was nuclear armageddon - why settle for less? ☺️

via Twitter for Android in reply to maxkeiser

@brianchoffman @mikeinspace Pro tip: a ring of claymores around your full node works wonders.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to brianchoffman

@TplusZero Probably one of the biggest weak spots at the moment, though if miners did get coerced into attacking th..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…nG

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murchandamus I’ve just published a response to Jonald Fyookball’s article on Lightning Network: medium.com/@murchandamus/…

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There’s no shortage of excuses govts could use to justify attacking Bitcoin infrastructure; it must be robust against even armed aggressors.

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@jimmysong Highly adopted LN will likely end up with a scale-free topology. Worth noting BTC already has many /cust..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…gW

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@el33th4xor Perhaps this is a problem that can be solved with enough @bitcoincartalk!

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@msantoriESQ @virtuallylaw It’s FUD because no one can force you to delete signature data if you don’t want to.

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@Satoshi_N_ @_drgo Miners pruning old signatures from their copies of the blockchain would change nothing…

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@_drgo I suppose it will come down to the courts to decide if existence in a blockchain is sufficient to skip requi..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…xg

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@_drgo Article is referencing the fact that signatures of segwit transactions will technically be prunable. Core do..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…8d

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@morcosa We can’t let facts get in the way of FUD.

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There is 0 risk here - if you /need/ to keep signatures for legal purposes then don’t prune them. Problem solved! coindesk.com/the-risks-of-b…

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@Jim_Harper Just the latest of many such articles; little point refuting them since time will do that on its own. I..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…5m

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While some skeptics spend time explaining why Bitcoin / SegWit / Lightning Network won’t work, innovators are facing the challenges head-on.

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