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Stein H Ludvigsen
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Stein H Ludvigsen 12h
Well, give her a budget and a bonus on completion, and she will find a way, regardless of her incompetence in how internet works.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 12h
You're trying to get sense out of a person, , who consider himself a network expert. He thinks it's impossible to send 1MB of data across the great firewall of China in less than 17.4 seconds for an incentivized miner. Give my old mother 20k dollars, and she will do it.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 13h
Replying to @BitcoinPele @bitsko_xt
Nah, the miners do the hard work. Not the code tweakers, not the gamblers.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 17h
I'm spiffy. But I want it to be short. Shock, awe and hashpower.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 17h
People opposing SV are upset because they want a democracy that elects the definition of gold every year.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 17h
*If
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Stein H Ludvigsen 17h
I we're not wrong, you can send 100 terabyte blocks across the planet in milliseconds. No change in consensus rules. No pre-consensus.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 23h
I think Gavin's reason was that he may be hit by a truck one day. AFAIK, he first gave the main keys to Wladimir Van Der Laan because he got tired of Greg & co, and the he was later kicked out. Wladimir's power has always been undervalued.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 13
You can't stop IBS.
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Thomas Bakketun Nov 13
IBS doesn't help Raspberry Pi users at all. It incentives miners powerful and well connected nodes.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 13
This is what I hinted at,
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Thomas Bakketun Nov 13
Incremental Block Synchronization (IBS) is a method for nodes of the Bitcoin network to faster reach blockchain consensus. No changes in the consensus rules are required.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 12
Your judgement is clouded by his personality. Look at the consensus rules and how they are changed. That's what matters.
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Thomas Bakketun Nov 10
What Bitcoin needs is not first-seen-safe, but instead "don't change your mind". When a miner decides to include a transaction in the block it's currently working on, it should stick with that decision. Indecisive miners should have a disadvantage, e.g. higher orphan risk.
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Mr. Scatman Nov 10
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Daniel Connolly Nov 9
This is probably worth a repost:
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 9
Replying to @SteinLudvigsen
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 9
Look for the letters "IBS" the next days. We may publish before nov 15, but want it to be top notch before release. In short: No protocol changes. No blocksize anymore. No orphans anymore, not even with big blocks. Statistical 0-conf. Scales. Cheers from Norway
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 9
Replying to @jgstensby @ProfFaustus
2/2 They just poll multiple nodes to check for doublespends. No problem for a company. The next level is... secret. But it may public in a few days. Look for the letters IBS... 😎
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Stein H Ludvigsen Nov 9
Replying to @jgstensby @ProfFaustus
1/2 I asked him to cough up code that provides safe 0-conf transactitions. But I'm two significant levels above that now. The first level was to realize that the problem is already solved today. Satoshi Nakamoto's vending machine is all over the the world as "BTMs" (ATMs).
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