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answered What are ways a BTC Exchange could steal from its customers, and how can they protect themselves?
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comment Handling Currencies in a Bitcoin Exchange Simulator
In the end of what you say you should add: "and all that is stored later as a code" or "and all that needs to be programmed". No need to discuss further, if you don't find it code related then you can just ignore the question.
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comment Handling Currencies in a Bitcoin Exchange Simulator
If you discuss it this way then it really doesn't have anything to do with coding, but if you speak about code then you find out how many different approaches are available. You can't just say a quest is not code related because it is in regards to the Exchange Market. I find tons of code possibilities here.
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comment Handling Currencies in a Bitcoin Exchange Simulator
Well i think it is a programming question, as you can round up in different ways or handle this by checking if your input is modulo to a predefined tick value. Strange it has not been recognized as a coding question.
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comment New Exchange Bid Ask and Price values
Very helpfull answer.
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comment Order Book vs Wallet Updates
Thank you very much for a clear explanation. Therefore when i place an order, say Buy 2@100, before it is put to the orderbook a 'Risk manager' checks if i have enough money (200 here) to place this order? Because if not, i would be able to place 100 of these orders to the orderbook even if have not enough money to cover it.
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