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18-10-2018 04:58:13  <assbot>   Drivechain | Drivechain: Enabling Bitcoin Sidechains ... ( http://bit.ly/2NNJRdM )

25-09-2018 17:33:53  <assbot>   Drivechain Release Announcement | Drivechain: Enabling Bitcoin Sidechains ... ( http://bit.ly/2N3ALcG )

08-03-2016 19:05:17  <mircea_popescu>   "As for requirement [4], my sofa may have bugs, such as mites, spiders, or maybe even fleas. However, I have found no evidence on the web that such invertebrates have the power to cause theft of anything, much less theft of digital assets on other sidechains."

08-03-2016 19:03:37  <fluffypony>   no, it's a review of the Bitcoin Sidechains whitepaper

20-10-2015 12:55:22  <assbot>   ThePiachu's Bitcoin Blog: Liquid - when sidechains say "fuck it" ... ( http://bit.ly/1OG24bu )

20-10-2015 12:55:21  <jurov>   http://tpbit.blogspot.sk/2015/10/liquid-when-sidechains-say-fuck-it.html heh

16-10-2015 02:06:59  <assbot>   43 results for 'sidechains' : http://s.b-a.link/?q=sidechains

16-10-2015 02:06:58  <brg444>   !search sidechains

23-09-2015 05:54:12  <mircea_popescu>   http://www.truthcoin.info/blog/contracts-oracles-sidechains/ << the treatment of "how to increase fictitious '''optionality''' through factual restrictions" is particularly scandalous.

23-09-2015 05:02:58  <asciilifeform>   'Reputable: Truthcoin was designed by a Yale Statistician with degrees in the blockchain-relevant fields of econ, psychology, and mathematics, who has been passionate about prediction markets since long before Bitcoin was created. Truthcoin was reviewed (favorably) by Andrew Poelstra, sidechains-co-author and skeptical author of widely-circulated technical papers on cryptosystem stability. Gregory Maxwell has been aware of the

09-06-2015 13:03:57  <assbot>   Announcing Sidechain Elements: Open source code and developer sidechains for advancing Bitcoin ... ( http://bit.ly/1JBQoUT )

09-06-2015 07:39:59  <assbot>   Announcing Sidechain Elements: Open source code and developer sidechains for advancing Bitcoin ... ( http://bit.ly/1HYktrH )

19-05-2015 22:43:26  <williamdunne>   Its like sidechains but doesn't require a fork

19-05-2015 22:40:03  <assbot>   36 results for 'sidechains' : http://s.b-a.link/?q=sidechains

19-05-2015 22:40:02  <jurov>   !s sidechains

24-04-2015 19:08:22  <assbot>   Logged on 27-02-2015 16:28:48; ben_vulpes: http://lightning.network/lightning-network.pdf << scaling, sidechains, derpage.

24-03-2015 07:41:36  <brendafdez>   i'm not sure, there are alternatvies, alternative chains, sidechains, whatever, which certainly can't compete with bitcoin.

27-02-2015 16:28:48  <ben_vulpes>   http://lightning.network/lightning-network.pdf << scaling, sidechains, derpage.

14-02-2015 18:42:49  <Adlai>   benjamindees: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rai_stones << money doesn't have to be convenient to be useful, and there are zillions of ways to handle amounts that aren't worth the transaction cost of lugging the whole thing around; some ways are more transparent (like federated sidechains), and others less (like changetip). non-federated sidechains require changing bitcoin itself, so let's see real

14-02-2015 18:39:34  <benjamindees>   I've seen a couple of people say similar things. It seemed natural that if you are for a 1MB limit, you would be for sidechains as an avenue for growth or at least to keep the alts at bay.

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