Merit sent by Peter Todd (Trust list) from January 24, 2018 until July 23, 2021 | BBCode for Bitcointalk

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Merit received by Peter Todd (Trust list) from January 24, 2018 until July 23, 2021 | BBCode for Bitcointalk


    27. Wed Jul  7 13:20:37 2021: 2 (Σ 57) from ETFbitcoin (Trust list) (history) for Reminder: zero-conf is not safe; $1000USD reward posted for replace-by-fee patch
    26. Wed Jul  7 13:12:27 2021: 1 (Σ 55) from ETFbitcoin (Trust list) (history) for Re: Provably throwing away Bitcoins
    25. Wed Jul  7 13:12:19 2021: 2 (Σ 54) from ETFbitcoin (Trust list) (history) for Purchasing fidelity bonds by provably throwing away bitcoins
    24. Fri Nov  6 12:18:15 2020: 1 (Σ 52) from ETFbitcoin (Trust list) (history) for Re: Mike Hearn, Foundation's Law & Policy Chair, is pushing blacklists right now
    23. Sat Sep 26 13:18:37 2020: 2 (Σ 51) from darosior (history) for Re: Speeding up signature verification
    22. Sun Sep 20 18:20:31 2020: 4 (Σ 49) from suchmoon (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
    21. Sat Aug 29 12:10:47 2020: 2 (Σ 45) from BTCW (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
    20. Tue Aug 25 05:59:53 2020: 2 (Σ 43) from nc50lc (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
    19. Tue Jun 30 15:13:49 2020: 10 (Σ 41) from joniboini (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
    18. Mon Jun 29 15:38:31 2020: 2 (Σ 31) from ETFbitcoin (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
    17. Mon Jun 29 14:41:48 2020: 2 (Σ 29) from Coding Enthusiast (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
    16. Mon Apr  6 00:01:14 2020: 1 (Σ 27) from darosior (history) for Re: Peter Todd's OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY
    15. Fri Feb 14 11:43:35 2020: 4 (Σ 26) from darosior (history) for How a floating blocksize limit inevitably leads towards centralization
    14. Fri Dec 20 22:04:27 2019: 1 (Σ 22) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: Peter Todd's OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY
    13. Fri Dec 20 22:01:17 2019: 1 (Σ 21) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: Fake block timestamps can cause a temporary fork?
    12. Fri Dec 20 21:57:19 2019: 1 (Σ 20) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: [ANN] TIERION [TNT]Token Sale Starts on 27 July
    11. Fri Dec 20 21:56:13 2019: 1 (Σ 19) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: Implementation of push / auto update feature on bitcoin (per configuration)
    10. Wed Dec  4 23:53:55 2019: 2 (Σ 18) from darosior (history) for Re: Why TxPrev.PkScript is inserted into TxCopy during signature check?
     9. Sun Nov 17 05:24:45 2019: 1 (Σ 16) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
     8. Sun Sep 22 09:59:32 2019: 2 (Σ 15) from LoyceV (Trust list) (history) for REWARD offered for hash collisions for SHA1, SHA256, RIPEMD160 and other
     7. Wed May 15 06:46:32 2019: 2 (Σ 13) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: Why all blocksize propositions are round numbers ?
     6. Wed May 15 04:49:36 2019: 1 (Σ 11) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: Blocksonly mode BW savings, the limits of efficient block xfer, and better relay
     5. Wed May 15 04:49:27 2019: 1 (Σ 10) from gmaxwell (Trust list) (history) for Re: Fees in BitDNS confusion
     4. Fri Mar 29 12:53:19 2019: 2 (Σ 9) from Foxpup (Trust list) (history) for Re: Namecoin was stillborn, I had to switch off life-support
     3. Fri Mar 29 12:53:18 2019: 2 (Σ 7) from Foxpup (Trust list) (history) for Re: Namecoin was stillborn, I had to switch off life-support
     2. Fri Mar 29 12:53:15 2019: 4 (Σ 5) from Foxpup (Trust list) (history) for Re: Namecoin was stillborn, I had to switch off life-support
     1. Tue Sep 18 13:56:27 2018: 1 (Σ 1) from ETFbitcoin (Trust list) (history) for How a floating blocksize limit inevitably leads towards centralization