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December 28, 2016, 10:10:22 AM
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Is there a github repo with your modifications?

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December 29, 2016, 05:53:25 AM
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Is there a github repo with your modifications?
https://github.com/ReinProject/coinbin/ is what's hosted on https://reinproject.org

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February 03, 2017, 03:35:13 PM
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Coinb.in Features Include .001 BTC being taken when ever the algorithm or software writer feels like grabbing some coin.
 AND Expensive transfer fees .0011 minimum. Which gets U a minimum 72 hours of waiting time after u have broadcast your coin.
  Paying a higher transfer fee does NOT move the coin any faster.
 
 I WILL NOT BE USING THIS JUNK WALLET ANY LONGER. I THOUGHT OTHERS SHOULD BE WARNED TO AVOID IT AS WELL

 It may have started as a good idea, but it no longer is a good idea. It is a good way to lose your investment to poor timing and mismanaged coin disbursements

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February 03, 2017, 11:27:49 PM
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Coinb.in Features Include .001 BTC being taken when ever the algorithm or software writer feels like grabbing some coin.
 AND Expensive transfer fees .0011 minimum. Which gets U a minimum 72 hours of waiting time after u have broadcast your coin.
  Paying a higher transfer fee does NOT move the coin any faster.
 
 I WILL NOT BE USING THIS JUNK WALLET ANY LONGER. I THOUGHT OTHERS SHOULD BE WARNED TO AVOID IT AS WELL

 It may have started as a good idea, but it no longer is a good idea. It is a good way to lose your investment to poor timing and mismanaged coin disbursements

You're saying Coinb.in calculated a fee for you? AFAIK, it just leaves whatever you don't send on as a fee.

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February 05, 2017, 12:20:22 AM
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Coinb.in Features Include .001 BTC being taken when ever the algorithm or software writer feels like grabbing some coin.
 AND Expensive transfer fees .0011 minimum. Which gets U a minimum 72 hours of waiting time after u have broadcast your coin.
  Paying a higher transfer fee does NOT move the coin any faster.
 
 I WILL NOT BE USING THIS JUNK WALLET ANY LONGER. I THOUGHT OTHERS SHOULD BE WARNED TO AVOID IT AS WELL

 It may have started as a good idea, but it no longer is a good idea. It is a good way to lose your investment to poor timing and mismanaged coin disbursements

You're saying Coinb.in calculated a fee for you? AFAIK, it just leaves whatever you don't send on as a fee.

Yea every time I've used it it's all manual, no auto fee calc. I think he must have used another service that could possibly pretending to be coinbin that's scraping fees off the top of transactions?

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