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

October 9th, 2017

@wences @xapo @fedemurrone Price volatility is already tricky enough for the ecosystem to handle… I’m not sure it..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…lJ

via Twitter for Android in reply to wences

Does Bitcoin have a toxic environment? By many measures, yes. The future of money is more important than our feelings; we must persist.

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@bitchimlying @ofnumbers An optimal anarchic solution would have been a slight tweak to my tweet: everyone please b..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…cz

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@ofnumbers It’s my duty to do what I can to stop the spread of misinformation.

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@AriannaSimpson Welllll $600M is a pittance in comparison to many other govt programs 😬

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Notice how the “anyone can spend SegWit outputs” FUD has disappeared… twitter.com/khannib/status…

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@ceocoinex There were a variety of auction winners; some remained anonymous. You can google for them.

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@dariodipardo It’s already a big mistake, though I don’t think it’s one of the /worst/ mistakes quite yet. 😬

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CriptoNoticias Jameson Lopp: “Un hard fork no debe ser para algo tan trivial como el cambio de una sola constante … criptonoticias.com/entrevistas/ja…

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Some day we’ll look back at the US govt’s sale of 144,336 BTC it stole from Silk Road as one of the worst financial mistakes in its history.

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@naval I suspect that a huge portion of any new fork’s “market cap” is composed of casual holders who have no idea it even exists.

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If you have a few moments please report @BcoreProject to @Twitter for abusive impersonation of the real Core account, @bitcoincoreorg.

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@hudsonjameson I’m sure we could figure something out. Call it “2X fork” and “No2X fork” for example.

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@hudsonjameson I, too, am excited to see the battle. Would you be interested in agreeing to perform a swap of my B2X coins for your BTC?

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Trailing 7 day stats:
BTC SegWit spend txns: ~132,375 (0.22 / sec)
BCH total transactions: ~48,384 (0.08 / sec)

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Bitcoin is governed by voice and exit. But those who leave to create a competing fork must be prepared to pay the exit tax & buy out shares.

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@flyosity Yeah, depends upon your threat model. Probably poor redundancy though. Encrypted cloud-based password stores are better.

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