Right on. "Centralized but trustless" is an underexplored, but very exciting, point in the design space. https://t.co/9Hr2wBvyad
— Emin Gün Sirer (@el33th4xor) March 9, 2018
The #LightningNetwork is nearing 1.000 nodes and 2.000 channels and fees are at sub-1 cent per transaction. The 'unfairly cheap' Bitcoin network is still just at its infancy, and expanding rapidly. So how does it actually work? See our #CryptoGraphic https://t.co/wyQP8UUy2k
— CryptoGraphics (@CryptoGfx) March 9, 2018
If I was to pick a network that looks like TCP/IP for Internet native value transfer, that would be the Lightening Network. It joins together multiple blockchains so they can communicate on one standard, just like TCP/IP does. And no, there's no Lightning Network token. /5
— Willy Woo (@woonomic) March 9, 2018
I’ve worked with some great board members and some horrible ones for startups. Bad Board Member (BBM) v. Good Board Member (GBM). Stealing format from @bhorowitz.
1/ BBM will always say “let’s do that too.” GBM recognizes resources are finite and encourages focus.
— Ryan Caldbeck (@ryan_caldbeck) March 8, 2018
Managing & verifying identities is one of the greatest challenges of the digital age. #SICPA becomes founding steward of the @SovrinID network, bringing 70 years of commitment to enabling trust, into a groundbreaking initiative to build + secure digital Id https://t.co/z1Ezx5GpGQ pic.twitter.com/uChhxLkOga
— SICPA (@sicpa) March 7, 2018
Very, very interestingly, it's not just exchanges that have to be worried. Wallet service providers (eg https://t.co/qOx0XT1yoG) might just have themselves a lot of work to do to get on the right side of the law. pic.twitter.com/Lq1TQkcPBj
— Ciaran Co-Founder Murray (@C1aranMurray) March 7, 2018