Here's a payjoin demo, so people have some idea what workflow might be like: https://joinmarket.me/blog/blog/payjoin-basic-demo/
(used asciinema + tmux, quite a nice combination btw!)
Stowaway ready for SneakerNet face-to-face QR or text P2EP. Other UI/UX being worked on as well. 2-person joined spend: https://blockstream.info/testnet/tx/99a084d7389864aa48756cf1a115c06cf4c98aa815d0ce9169411472183bcf40 … #Cahoots #SamouraiWallet
"Confirmed. The repeating fast radio bursts from space is a message."
"What does it say?"
"We don't know."
"Who sent it?"
"We don't know."
"Should we reply?"
"It was sent 1.5 billion years ago. They're dead."
"So what do we do?"
"But we don't know them."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
Nadia Henninger et al on "biased nonce-sense" - basically with lattice attacks they scanned and found a small number of repeated signatures with weak nonces leading to privkey extraction (almost no money in them, but still) - use RFC6979 wallet devs ...
Sometime on or after January 3rd, 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto created the genesis block. Six days later he mined the first block and released the open source Bitcoin client software. And on the seventh day (we hope) he rested. https://medium.com/@bytabit/happy-ten-year-anniversary-of-the-satoshi-bitcoin-client-243cdb9c76ad
RT @[email protected]
Happy 10th Birthday, Bitcoin! Here is to the next 10 amazing years of growth, development, and adaption!
Really interesting read about evolution of use of dead drops in DNMs.
The statement about cryptocurrency privacy tech is kind of cringe-inducingly wrong ("Cryptocurrencies like Beam and Grin both provide a reasonable amount of privacy while also supporting atomic on-chain swaps between them and widely accepted cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.") but don't let that put you off, a strong recommend.
The future of science, technology, and blockchain, according to @michaelshermer, @RonaldBailey, and @jimepstein.
blog pot about Neutrino:
RIP Tim May, father of "crypto anarchy" and original Cypherpunk, whose work was a major influence on bitcoin and WikiLeaks.
Video from Soho forum debate:
RT @[email protected] If you’re looking for ideas on how crypto can be used to promote liberty and justice for ALL ... well, here you go. The best thing you will read on the internet today. https://www.epsilontheory.com/the-et-interviews-anti-authoritarian-technology/#.XAWvhb-YU2d.twitter
Glad to finally see some serious alternatives to market cap being discussed
I started listening today to @TheCryptoconomy podcast (http://cryptoconomy.life/) reading of Iterative Capital's “Thesis” paper (https://iterative.capital/thesis/) and highly recommend it.. great history and background of crypto and analyzed in a way I haven’t heard before, as a long time tech minion their conclusions really resonated
A bit late to the party... Hollywood is getting it's own shitcoin:
Sounds like an interesting topic for the next SoHo forum:
"Governments of the advanced industrial economies should phase out the use of paper money in the form of large-denomination notes and sharply restrict the use of cryptocurrencies."
Wish I was in NY so I could attend:
"Now it's dark." Whirlpool over Tor. Mixing will be mobile. #SamouraiWallet https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/720fe03c-32ad-46df-96b4-0705e875576e#ryLwhxKYRX.twitter