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

September 17th, 2017

@tedmrogers @jgarzik @giacomozucco @xapo What if there are two chains that flip flop back and forth? Better think through the edge cases…

via Twitter for Android in reply to tedmrogers

Some folks get upset when they feel that others aren’t playing fair, but it’s all in The Game. pic.twitter.com/GPJ8pz1aTy

via Twitter Web Client

lopp If you look around the blockchain space and can’t tell who’s getting scammed, it’s probably you.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:40 PM, Sep 17th, 2017 via Twitter Web Client)

Trying to buy bitcoin hardware with a credit card… how appropriate. “Transaction denied by the banking network.” pic.twitter.com/K5qF5qDbMf

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@sevcsik I’m not claiming the logic is sound, though perhaps you could make a case for unit bias mattering.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to sevcsik

@kerbleski It just means that some blocks are produced by unidentified entities; they could all be at one unidentified pool.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to kerbleski

@kerbleski Any given pool probably runs a handful of nodes; it’s not really possible to tell without pretty extensive network analysis.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to kerbleski

Bitcoin was designed to withstand both external and internal attacks. Resisting the whims of seemingly powerful entities shows its strength.

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@Jim_Harper @joshmh @ErikVoorhees @Ragnarly @ShapeShift_io @bitcoincoreorg Hmmmm what about timelocked transactions? Or multisig hodlings? 🤔

via Twitter Web Client in reply to Jim_Harper

Bitcoin implementation nodes in perspective, via coin.dance/nodes pic.twitter.com/oEdIa9xPdu

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