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

October 6th, 2017

@matshenricson Everyone is free to fork off. That doesn’t mean that there won’t be user confusion.

via Twitter for Android in reply to matshenricson

@brianchoffman @LaurentMT @el33th4xor Indeed, but it’s tough to differentiate between inefficient processes and outright spam.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to brianchoffman

“Do you accept Bitcoin?”
“You bet!”
“Great!” *sends transaction*
“Where’s my money?”
“I sent it!”
“I’m on Fork 3B”
“I’m on Fork 27A”
“Shit.”

via Twitter Web Client

@LaurentMT @el33th4xor Denial of Service is generally considered an attack. Though it need not necessitate maliciou..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…mR

via Twitter Web Client in reply to LaurentMT

@RSweat901 @jgarzik @alansilbert @csuwildcat It’s a lot longer at the moment due to rule changes enacted last year…twitter.com/i/web/status/9…in

via Twitter Web Client in reply to RSweat901

@alansilbert @jgarzik @csuwildcat No, there’s no wait period for those. For NFA items.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to alansilbert

@seweso Looks like you should petition Twitter to upgrade you to Twitter2X 😉

via Twitter Web Client in reply to seweso

@seweso I can’t insist on anything; my job is to protect users from harm. I’m notifying people that their actions will cause harm.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to seweso

@seweso The onus is on those who are already committing to deploy new software. Incumbent software can’t be forced to update.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to seweso

@NoahBoz If you’re using defaults then it’s because you warped; you’re not running a fully validating node.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to NoahBoz

@zorinaq @CryptoJah Scale != scaling. That’s a common misapplication of the technical term.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to zorinaq

@toosketch Fewer nodes => network is centralizing => less robust network.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to toosketch

The downtrend appears to be continuing as Ethereum node count drops another 18% over the past month…twitter.com/i/web/status/9…S7

via Twitter Web Client in reply to lopp

@djkinkle The transaction outputs are irrelevant. Only the inputs matter (the UTXOs the wallet is spending.) You st..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…zk

via Twitter Web Client in reply to djkinkle

@djkinkle The wallet needs to know that, yes. SegWit-enabled wallets generate SegWit addresses & then apply weighti..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…zY

via Twitter Web Client in reply to djkinkle

@djkinkle Er, no, you don’t have to send “between SegWit wallets” - you just have to spend SegWit UTXOs to save on block space and fees.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to djkinkle

@ShreyasGowda88 I wouldn’t worry about it yet; things are still in flux.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to ShreyasGowda88

BitGo: Hey, you should upgrade to SegWit. It’s good for everyone!
User: Meh.
BitGo: We calculated you’ll save $70,0..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…pT

via Twitter Web Client