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

November 13th, 2018

@UniumInc @bramcohen Because users who don’t opt into SegWit remain on the same network as those who do.

via Twitter for Android in reply to UniumInc

@bramcohen If your network is born via a contentious fork, is that a birth defect you have to deal with in perpetuity? 🤔

via Twitter for Android in reply to bramcohen

pierre_rochard I just published Understanding the Technical Side of Bitcoin link.medium.com/x8d43ZwUOR

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 3:46 PM, Nov 13th, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

If Satoshi’s coins ever move, it probably means that Bitcoin’s privacy has increased sufficiently to make it safe to do so.

via Twitter for Android

@gakonst Looks right. You’d be able to grab D/E from a previous spend /if/ addresses were being reused. If not, you’re out of luck.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to gakonst

@gakonst It gets complicated. You also have to know the public keys of the other two key sets in order to spend from the 3 of 5.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to gakonst

@pray4crypto Well there are over 2048^100 possible combinations…

via Twitter for Android in reply to pray4crypto

It’s fascinating to see how fake news happens. Journalist reads 6 replies into thread but doesn’t read 7th reply (m..twitter.com/i/web/status/1…q5

via Twitter Web Client

@jdsmithies @Topperfalkon @charlesarthur It was not a mistake. I knew exactly what I was doing - others assumed I d..twitter.com/i/web/status/1…tv

via Twitter Web Client in reply to jdsmithies

@charlesarthur You (and others) made the incorrect assumption that all of the data was on that piece of paper. twitter.com/lopp/status/10…

via Twitter Web Client in reply to charlesarthur

PeterMcCormack WBD047 - my interview with Adam Back, @adam3us is now available. Cited in the Bitcoin whitepaper, Adam’s credential..twitter.com/i/web/status/1…Hx

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 6:46 AM, Nov 13th, 2018 via Twitter for Android)