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

October 11th, 2017

@Jorj_X_McKie IIRC, you can use Android Bitcoin Wallet, Greenbits, Samurai Wallet, or Breadwallet to connect directly with your own node.

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@kristovatlas @BitGo All hold their own keys, which is a great start. I suspect /most/ aren’t fully validating, tho..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…i2

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Pro tip: follow @BitcoinMerges & you can watch Cypherpunks with their heads down building the future while everyone else yells @ each other.

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@hudsonjameson So…. if you hadn’t told me this / I was on vacation, BitGo would have been forked off the network..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…NQ

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@hudsonjameson Newer than 1.7.3? That just came out yesterday. Isn’t a 1 week time frame playing it a bit fast and loose?

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Turns out if you have less than 1 TB disk, less than 2000 IOPs, or less than 4 CPUs you’re gonna have a bad time… twitter.com/lopp/status/91…

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After a month long struggle, BitGo’s archival Parity nodes are upgraded. Good timing too, since it turns out there’s a hard fork next week!

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@CryptoWyvern Indeed, the Internet itself is far too centralized. It shouldn’t be possible for countries to impleme..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Oh

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OG Bitcoiners have become used to being told they’re wrong for so many years: it can be quite difficult to convince them they’re ever wrong.

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@CryptoWyvern It’s pretty simple - fewer nodes mean fewer doors that need to be kicked down / fewer people that mus..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…vT

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@CryptoWyvern Nice try; anyone who knows their history is aware that in the early days “nodes” were synonymous with..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…fZ

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@KendamaGendale Running a fully validating node gives you the strongest available security model. Deep dive here: coindesk.com/bitcoins-secur…

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@CU_Griffith Keep the keys on a hardware wallet that interfaces with a software wallet that’s connected to a fully..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…al

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Q: What do you call a Bitcoiner who doesn’t hold their keys & fully validate the blockchain?
A: A virgin - they haven’t been screwed yet.

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@TradeBlock Heyyyyy ummmm your web site is down…

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@jratcliff Heh well the whitepaper barely scratches the surface of Bitcoin. Some miners may run at a short term los..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…wM

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Friends don’t let friends get addicted to hashpower. It’s a degenerative disease that results in your sovereignty wasting away.

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@TonyGallippi You can burn a billion dollars of energy on a block, but if it doesn’t follow the rules to which I ag..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Od

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