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

September 10th, 2017

bendavenport In blocks 484398 and 484399, @BitGo did txs of 1.2MB in size, freeing up about 600KB for other txs and creating 2 1.3MB blocks

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:10 PM, Sep 10th, 2017 via Twitter Web Client)

todayininfosec 1994: Code for the RC4 stream cipher, previously a trade secret, was anonymously posted to the Cypherpunks…0C

via Echofon Android (retweeted on 8:02 PM, Sep 10th, 2017 via Twitter for Android)

@realAlexFortin Use Shamir’s Secret Sharing Scheme; that’s what my commands reference. Then you decide who has “…sx

via Twitter Web Client in reply to realAlexFortin

My Bitcoin exit strategy is death.
$ sudo apt install ssss
$ echo “Last Will & Testament Key” | ssss-split -t <executors / 2> -n <executors>

via Twitter Web Client

Cypherpunks defend their philosophy by writing and running code. They defend the code by discussing the philosophy that spawned it.

via Twitter Web Client

Blockchains governed by enterprises are no more secure than financial networks governed by nation states. Corporations are easily regulated.

via Twitter Web Client

Some want Bitcoin to be a juggernaut.
Others want it to be a cockroach.
Which would you prefer when financial armageddon comes calling?

via Twitter Web Client

Authoritarians are welcome to create Bitcoin variants & ask folks to join them. The rest of us will decline; some more politely than others.

via Twitter Web Client

@loganallenc Oops; thanks for the heads up. Just fixed it.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to loganallenc

If you accidentally send BCH to a BTC SegWit address, you’re gonna have an even worse time than if you sent BCH to a non-SegWit BTC address.

via Twitter for Android

dangermouse117 Wow, loving @lopp’s resources for those starting out on the journey. A treasure trove of education.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 8:58 AM, Sep 10th, 2017 via Twitter Web Client)

@kernelmastery @ToneVays @jimmysong @AriDavidPaul @cryptodemedici The answer to these types of questions is usually “to the pain.”

via Twitter Web Client in reply to kernelmastery