Did you know, the developer of this bot can't math:

Our bid was valid. 0.5 is divisible by 0.02.

Nope: 2/4/6/8/10 are divisible by 2

And 50 is a multiple of 10 and therefore divisible by 2.

50/2 = 25

Numbers that are divisible by 2 are even. When you use decimals as divisor you have to take off digit until the last one: 2 in this case.

Even numbers are divisible by 2 (2/4/6/8)

Odd numbers are not divisible by 2 (1/3/5/7/9)

THat's why none bid 0.13 or 0.15 or 0.25 and that's why i didnt bid over at 0.52 (and many others didnt)

And 50 is a multiple of 10 and therefore divisible by 2.

50/2 = 25

And 25 is odd (not even). If you were with integers you would have 2.5 there.

Reference:

http://www.staff.vu.edu.au/mcaonline/units/decimals/decdiv.htmlIs 0.1 divisible by 0.02?

This is elementary school level math too!

The forum's admin had to explain to him. Good guy Theymos (who among all other responsibilities) has to teach silly people like OP here such low level math.

The auction starts at 0.1**0**, while the minimum increment is 0.**0**2.

0.5 is evenly divisible by 0.02. Something is evenly divisible when it divides without remainder. Division is defined as dividend = quotient * divisor + remainder, and in this case quotient must be an integer. 0.5 = 25 * 0.02 + 0. 0.1 = 5 * 0.02 + 0. So 0.5 and 0.1 are both evenly divisible by 0.02. But for example 0.17 would be invalid because 0.17 = 8 * 0.02 + 0.01. It has a non-zero remainder.

But I usually just round down to the nearest lower valid bid when someone posts a bid with an invalid increment.

Remember, this is the person y'all are entrusting with access to your exchange accounts and funds, as if he wouldn't be using it for personal profit and nothing else. ROFL

I'm waiting for the day his incompetence will have him caught liquidating own orders with other people's funds for profit.

After such revelations that push the developer's reputation further down the drain, would it be too much to question whether or not Gunbot is a scam?