We looked inside some of the tweets by @MF_HODL and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Replying to @stephanlivera
Which continent will be the home for most of the important and powerful crypto companies in 10 years? Why? Which countries? Retweet to get a good sample size.
Schnorr signatures are really not a concern from a protocol security standpoint. I think signature aggregation is a fantastic feature that will help Bitcoin socially scale immensely (improved Multisig) Maxwell and Wuille have got this in the bag IMO
Replying to @_PeterRyan
Bitcoin's assurances are available globally, not just locally. That infringes on what states have come to see as their natural privilege.
Apple develops new Ap for Central Bankers.
Do you know of any app on iOS exposing a Tor socks5? I know that there are Tor browsers but can an app serve the tor socks5 (in background?) while a 3rd party app would use to it? i.e. Orbot on iOS? or can't be done?
If you deposit 100 BTC at @TheRealBlockFi and earn a 6.2% interest rate compounded monthly, in 200 years you will have 23 million bitcoin.
Replying to @sqcrypto
@bitcoincoreorg: @jeremyrubin, @jimpo_potamus, @eklitzke, @LukeDashjr, @empact, @practicalswift @RTL_App: @Sauby_k and @ShahanaFarooqi @BtcpayServer squad: @pavlenex @MrKukks @britttttkelly @Esky33junglist @vandrewattycpa @NicolasDorier @r0ckstardev
Today is Friday, so who should we hire (other than yourself) to support bitcoin? #WWSH
This conversation in a nutshell.
The CoinMarketCap™ experience: not one but three actual ponzi schemes being simultaneously advertised.
On a day where the integrity of CoinMarketCap is being impugned, let us all come together and reflect on all the good they've done for this industry
In their words, fork-coiners say nothing but nasty things about Bitcoin and its developers. In their deeds they copy off of the work and claim it as their own. In a way that is the most sincere form of flattery. So the most strident critics are also the most enthusiastic boosters
Replying to @MartyBent
Saturdays are for sat stacking. #StackingSats
IMO sponsoring Bitcoin open source contributors is a strategic investment, not charity. And there are "blockchain developers" who will only work on Bitcoin in a self-directed / autonomous manner. Important to recognize that this whole ecosystem runs on open source software.
Replying to @MartyBent
Wake up. Check Twitterdotcom. See Marty is #StackingSats. One Up Marty. Shitpost.
Custodial http://LNwallet.io Android app is shutting down. User funds at risk. No matter what people say, continue to discourage custodial solutions even if you believe they're inevitable / necessary. Users need good info to make informed decisions.
The game “Monopoly” sold for $2 in 1935. In the box, you get monopoly money. That original stack of monopoly money from 1935 is worth $50 as a collectors item. Monopoly money literally holds more value than your fiat currency.
2/ While 9.3% of the circulating ANT supply took part in the ballot (~$1.6M in economic interest), just 0.3% of the total holders (60 out of >20k addresses) voted
onchain governance stats - only 0.3% of @AragonProject holders participated in the last ballot, with 3 addresses making up 87% of the vote.
It's not about trying to get people to spend #Bitcoin, it's about getting them to demand it as payment.
That's the kind of thing Satoshi did... Thus you are Craig Wright.