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July 26, 2017, 02:06:04 PM
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I am in the process of developing a casino site with bitcoin as the payment option. I use bitcoin core on a linux ubunutu machine.  To save the fees, i would prefer batch withdrawals.. May be once in every 1 hour or two hours.  How to code that in php?  Can any one help me..
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July 26, 2017, 03:18:39 PM
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You might want to go with manual withdrawals, and most of the funds should be on cold wallets. If someone finds a bug, they could possibly withdraw huge amount of funds. You could hire some people you trust to allow withdrawals or so. You can use electrum for sending the withdrawals on a one tx at least. If not, i suggest you post a bounty on Services section on the forum, and hire a programmer to develop such a script for you.

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July 26, 2017, 07:14:18 PM
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You might want to go with manual withdrawals, and most of the funds should be on cold wallets. If someone finds a bug, they could possibly withdraw huge amount of funds. You could hire some people you trust to allow withdrawals or so. You can use electrum for sending the withdrawals on a one tx at least. If not, i suggest you post a bounty on Services section on the forum, and hire a programmer to develop such a script for you.

Thanks for your clarification..
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