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March 01, 2014, 06:58:54 PM
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Hi,

I am fascinated by Bitcoin and thanks to that got into programming. I have developed 3 bots/trading platforms for my own use and now I would like to give something back to the community by making the 4th trading platform public. It can be found at http://bitcoingiveaway.info

Please bear in mind that I am a newbie in programming so please give me feedback about what can be done better (I am self taught).

I am planning to make an advanced stop loss plugin so I set a small fee for the stop loss extra. If something is wrong with it then PM me and I will fix it and send you an updated version.

If many people have a need for a specific feature then I will certainly add it!
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March 02, 2014, 09:41:32 AM
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OP's plugin as downloaded at this moment from his site appears to be clean. Someone else should review this as well.

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How can I show that the file at Coinlock is clean?
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How can I show that the file at Coinlock is clean?
I don't know how clean you can show things to be. If Coinlock provides details such as a SHA hash and someone (that knows programming in the specific languages used)(that is somewhat above average trust/activity on the forum) confirms that there is no technical danger in using said file, then you can increase your trust on that file.
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