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Sun Nov 11 10:47:44 UTC 2018  <assbot>   Midnight Magic sur Twitter : "By the way—for what it's worth, moving to Gitlab would be a suuuuper bad idea. Terrible. Even after the M$ acquisition. I saw that suggestion at some point earlier in this weirdly massive thread and just wanted to point that out.… https://t.co/przbyw1ZFS" ... ( http://bit.ly/2OD7QNh )

Sat Nov 10 17:13:08 UTC 2018  <funkenstein_>   a good colored coin protocol can match basically all the stuff people want from an ERC20 token

Sat Nov 10 17:10:56 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   you dont have to be a fucking genius to gather that much.

Sat Nov 10 17:07:33 UTC 2018  <funkenstein_>   sounds a bit risky, how did it work out?

Sat Nov 10 17:06:35 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   well coinjoin.... i tried it acutally. ran a node for a while. besides having a fucked up implementation (inserting adlais 'well its open, go fix it') its also not at the protocol level, which makes it more like an emergency quickfix without any guarantees

Sat Nov 10 17:04:50 UTC 2018  <funkenstein_>   just a pain in the ass for some blingchains

Sat Nov 10 16:56:34 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   anyway, i visited a talk at local tech institute, some cia guy came to explain how terrorist failed to collect any money and how they are not sure if those are terrorist or scamers pretending to be terrorist

Sat Nov 10 16:52:53 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   as for website being hosted, isnt it a better idea to have a locally run opensource client

Sat Nov 10 16:52:31 UTC 2018  <funkenstein_>   yeah probably, but it might just be that nobody bothered to deploy such a copy or people still use the original because of advertising

Sat Nov 10 16:50:47 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   one can just deploy a copy of the service without fee

Sat Nov 10 16:50:32 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   but that is the exact problem with 'company as a smart contract' the monetary incentives are fucked

Sat Nov 10 16:49:21 UTC 2018  <funkenstein_>   there is a website, and somebody hosting it

Sat Nov 10 09:43:33 UTC 2018  <adlai>   fluffypony: mmmaybe i need to study those details a little more, but my impression was that the entire construction (CT+RP) relies on lossy compression, and thus produces false positives with economically low probability.

Fri Nov 09 07:51:18 UTC 2018  <assbot>   Nominate a DERP – The CryptoLaw Podcast ... ( http://bit.ly/2OyFrI4 )

Wed Nov 07 12:33:50 UTC 2018  <fluffypony>   they're "proofs" for a reason :-P

Wed Nov 07 00:35:39 UTC 2018  <adlai>   fluffypony: any guess at how such a tx size reduction correlates with the likelihood of false positives?

Mon Nov 05 22:11:23 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   if anyone from us is looking for d16 mobos, apparently newegg is giving them away for free for a few more days

Mon Nov 05 19:34:42 UTC 2018  <kakobrekla>   do/did you have a block size limit at all?

Mon Nov 05 19:32:21 UTC 2018  <fluffypony>   pankkake: there are other scalability concerns, but the size stuff is a good starting point

Mon Nov 05 17:48:39 UTC 2018  <fluffypony>   that's a typical 2 input, 2 output Bitcoin transaction

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