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1 @TheBlueMatt 2019-01-02 23:08:32 @uriklarman @bloXrouteLabs @silviomicali What does "internal caching" mean? Unless you have some unannounced homomorphic FEC where you dont learn which pre-forwarded tx you saw used, you have to send 1MB through a 1Gbps link, which is much, much slower than FIBRE and other solutions. https://twitter.com/TheBlueMatt/status/1080601766981455872 -0.500
2 @francispouliot_ 2019-01-02 17:29:46 @pierre_rochard @renepickhardt Not an expert here but... I don't see why that is not possible now. The network doesn't make a distinction between a chanel open tx and a regular tx no? If you can batch regular tx why can't you batch chanel open txs? https://twitter.com/francispouliot_/status/1080516512543358978 -0.500
3 @eiaine 2019-01-02 09:32:09 @LetsTrekSpain @cryptonaut1337 @bitrefill And no, you will not need to pre-commit all future funding needs right away, you can use splicing tx's to add more later https://t.co/nx8jPrXlX4 https://twitter.com/eiaine/status/1080396316314726400 -0.500
4 @eiaine 2019-01-01 21:00:25 @JaEsf that's fine. fees should increase with decreasing block rewards. but if price is a proxy for demand, then fees are a proxy for on-chain tx demand and they tend to stay somewhat proportional. https://twitter.com/eiaine/status/1080207137932890112 0.500
5 @eiaine 2019-01-01 20:21:53 @JaEsf You're basically predicting that tx fees (in terms of BTC/kB) will spike again like in late 2017, right? we should be able to do this as a smart contract,,, https://t.co/OXLF5IfGp7 https://twitter.com/eiaine/status/1080197438156070912 0.500
6 @eiaine 2019-01-01 20:08:49 @LetsTrekSpain @cryptonaut1337 @bitrefill has already processed several thousand LN purchases that would have otherwise happened on-chain. Exchanges have been batching for years; eg Xapo claimed to process 500k tx's a day but only 30k went on-chain https://t.co/ayWjXsOh4N https://twitter.com/eiaine/status/1080194153227513856 -0.500
7 @adam3us 2019-01-01 06:44:15 @vinswalla right the proof has to be valid for the transaction to be valid, and a block is only valid according to fullnodes if tx in it are valid. it's similar to the existing rule that inputs must add up to outputs plus change, just values are encrypted in a way that addition still works. https://twitter.com/adam3us/status/1079991677400637440 -0.500
8 @LukeDashjr 2019-01-01 02:51:10 @vandrewattycpa @BtcpayServer Glad to see it works without Javascript (at least the public pages). Any chance on a BTCPay-free version that works directly with bitcoind? What happens if an unconfirmed tx gets double-spent? (If configured to accept them) Real setup instructions (no docker) might be nice https://twitter.com/LukeDashjr/status/1079933018016571392 0.500
9 @eiaine 2018-12-31 21:45:31 @cryptonaut1337 some on-chain tx has moved to L2, some disappeared, but on-chain usage is generally increasing. eventually we will get up to 1k per tx. https://t.co/5gS7MPnT4x https://twitter.com/eiaine/status/1079856100877320192 -0.500
10 @francispouliot_ 2018-12-30 02:20:13 Grafana docker integration in @Cyphernode_io is a great way to visualize Bitcoin network data (e.g. your mempool by Satoshi/byte tx fees from the *only* source you can trust: your own Bitcoin Core full node. https://t.co/VcBHO4j98O https://twitter.com/francispouliot_/status/1079200454163218433 0.500
11 @ryaneshea 2018-12-29 01:04:37 @MihailoBjelic @7saether 1. And they exist! Very doable. 2. Venmo, P2P payments with Chase! 3. Yes 200M tx’s per year... 4. Not at all! Multiple watchtowers & no single one can misbehave. Completely different. https://twitter.com/ryaneshea/status/1078819038975774720 0.500
12 @SDLerner 2018-12-27 22:04:35 @AeonCoin @O80925253 @lopp @RSKsmart We think Bitcoin should be the store-of-value, not RSK. All RBTCs in RSK are used mainly to pay transaction fees. So 1M USD, mostly for tx fees, is more than enough https://twitter.com/SDLerner/status/1078411347459739648 -0.500
13 @francispouliot_ 2018-12-26 16:54:41 @tezosevangelist @acinq_co Just try it out and see for yourself! The initial setup requires opening a channel with a Bitcoin TX. You can choose which node you want to open with or connect to one of nodes provided by the wallet company. Check here for list of nodes: https://t.co/txzS0l9YKy https://twitter.com/francispouliot_/status/1077970971062079488 0.500
14 @francispouliot_ 2018-12-26 16:43:40 @tezosevangelist @acinq_co I don't have any direct connection to the payee in this case. Likely the 5 seconds of wait time you see in the video is the wallet software looking for a route. Of there was no route it would ask me to open a channel with the payee with an on-chain tx (which I didn't have to do) https://twitter.com/francispouliot_/status/1077968196165124096 -0.500
15 @LukeDashjr 2018-12-20 03:49:13 @_vi00 @KevinKelbie @vraidunand Tx fee subsidizing seems to be only a bad thing. We're at 2-4 MB now. Going back to 1 MB would be a decrease. https://twitter.com/LukeDashjr/status/1075598971907776512 -0.500
16 @LukeDashjr 2018-12-20 00:35:20 @ThePollenSac Reducing the block size only reduces the amount of harm miners can do by spamming. What you call "high tx fees" are really the unavoidable real cost of on-chain transactions. https://twitter.com/LukeDashjr/status/1075550181452668929 -0.500
17 @LukeDashjr 2018-12-19 23:53:53 @CryptoGamerClub If you can't afford to run a node, you shouldn't be able to make a transaction - that just contributes to turning Bitcoin into fiat. Therefore, the cost of a full node should be less than the cost of more than a few transactions per year (perhaps even less than the cost of 1 tx?) https://twitter.com/LukeDashjr/status/1075539748914163717 -0.500
18 @LukeDashjr 2018-12-19 19:37:45 @CryptoBabel @CryptoChrisG Scaling can be accomplished by reducing the block space consumed per transaction. Lightning is a huge leap in this direction, effectively giving infinite tx/s by replacing the tx/s limit with instead a limit of users onboarded per second. https://twitter.com/LukeDashjr/status/1075475291693350912 0.500
19 @giacomozucco 2018-12-19 19:15:08 @___zazazu @cyber_hokie @La__Cuen Sure. Global anonimity set of Bitcoin user users is way larger than the one of Monero users. TX-level anonimity set of Bitcoin coinjoins (mostly CCJ&JM), if we account for liquidity, is just short the one of Monero. The resulting overall comparison could be debatable, but it's... https://twitter.com/giacomozucco/status/1075469600706490368 -0.500
20 @Excellion 2018-12-19 09:45:17 @Teknari @TheVladCostea @CryptoInsiderHQ @Blockstream @adam3us @gmaxnull @pwuille You can send a tx via SMS over a cellular network, or mesh network like goTenna. https://t.co/RdxeruV39d https://twitter.com/Excellion/status/1075326193476333568 0.500
21 @fluffypony 2018-12-19 05:18:51 @GoodTexture @CameronRuggles @_tm5k No, think logically. If the NSA owns 80% of transactions, & China starts creating spam transactions to get to 80%, the NSA would increase their fake tx count, & so on. We’d see constant spam attacks as these organisations compete to introduce fake txs. Yet we see none of that. https://twitter.com/fluffypony/status/1075259143622135808 0.500
22 @adam3us 2018-12-19 05:11:45 @lucasmzanella @Blockstream BGAN & iridum are bi-directional internet services, that use different satellites and can be subscribed to eg iridum satphone plans https://t.co/hEvHyRo3XO & BGAN service plans https://t.co/mRC49Uuhd8 not cheap, but go-anywhere and could be shared locally as bitcoin tx are small. https://t.co/EMkXcRfEp2 https://twitter.com/adam3us/status/1075257354289963008 -0.500
23 @francispouliot_ 2018-12-19 03:06:25 @GunWingNut @SamouraiWallet @Blockstream @Cyphernode_io E.g. if people broadcast Bitcoin tx to me via mesh I can broadcast it for them of I have internet https://twitter.com/francispouliot_/status/1075225812763377670 -0.500
24 @adam3us 2018-12-19 02:06:40 @lucasmzanella @Blockstream There are some SMS gateways which relay bitcoin tx to the Bitcoin network via SMS, also you could use bi-directional portable satellite internet systems like iridum Go (mobile 1.2-2.4kbps low bandwidth) or mobile BGAN (384kbps). Expensive but ok per transaction if you can share. https://t.co/zxvTVYCFte https://twitter.com/adam3us/status/1075210777206743040 -0.500
25 @adam3us 2018-12-19 01:58:06 @lucasmzanella @Blockstream Payment is via lightning, but it is over regular internet, as the satellite is not providing bi-directional service. Transactions are taken from Bitcoin network using FIBRE relay protocol, so to send a tx send it to the Bitcoin network and it'll go. https://twitter.com/adam3us/status/1075208623666561024 -0.500