Which is faster, Arbitrum or Solana? Today, we find out.
might delete
Harry's obv too busy rn to be on twitter so I'm good
(tbh nobody at offchain has every gotten mad about my shitposting I'm so lucky to have this job 😭)
now we know

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14 Sep
Was “Arbitrum down” today? Practically speaking, for most users, for ~45 minutes, yes.

But if I want to get nit-picky and pedantic (and you know I do) I could argue that it was not! 🧵

Meet the SequencerInbox.inboxAcc; this little bytes array represents the canonical ordering of all messages that get processed by the Arbitrum chain; once a message gets in there, its result is fully determined i.e., the validators handle the rest.

But okay so how does a message get included? One of two ways; well, actually, three ways. We’ll start with the most common case, case 1: Direct-inclusion by
**The Sequencer**

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21 Dec 18
I'm generally enthusiastic about the potential for the Lightning Network, but I'm noticing many are fast-forwarding to "LN will solve all of our problems soon!" without understanding the limitations / potential pain-points, temporary or otherwise. Ramble-y thread:
Liveness: in short, if you want to *receive* funds and not just send them, then you need to maintain some degree of internet access; otherwise (for all you know) your funds could be gone. You can mitigate the liveness requirement various ways — i.e., being "live" doesn't ...
... need to entail running a full node, you only have to be live ever-so-often, perhaps planned "breaks" so you can go backpacking, etc. — but unless you trust a third party (watchtower) you can't eliminate the liveness requirement entirely.
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