hey so these things called keys are good and fast https://t.co/jJti2c5RrC
— Internet of Shit (@internetofshit) March 26, 2019
11/ As of the time of tweeting, only two quantum-resistant signature algorithms have been set for standardization by NIST: XMSS and LMS. And only one cryptocurrency on CMC/Messari uses either of these — QRL (the Quantum Resistant Ledger) uses XMSS.
— John Smith (@JSmith_Crypto) March 19, 2019
1) This question was clearly a bit underspecified, as some of the more creative responses showed. Despite that, my answer is (c) 5M-10M BTC. This includes all outputs with P2PK/raw multisig outputs, plus P2PKH outputs with known pubkeys, and P2SH/P2WSH with known scripts. https://t.co/y3Ha3Fa4tm
— Pieter Wuille (@pwuille) March 19, 2019
This is crazy. Study shoes three people in a conference room over 2 hours can result in a Co2 level that can impair cognitive functioning. Ie. If you’re making decisions at the end of the meeting, you’re mentally less qualified to do so. pic.twitter.com/yGdufCWoVF
— Chris Young 🇨🇦 (@netmanchris) March 16, 2019