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  1. Here is helper function for working with bitstamp api. Its actually two functions but one is just to set your keys. It will handle the authentication and should be able to handle any of the other private functions available that use POST. The public GET functions dont require authentication so you dont need this for those. Those could simply use InetRead. I have included some examples that include showing how to use the currency pairs and request parameters so I think how to use all the rest of the api functions should be easy to understand. I found some new short and sweet Epoch \ Unix timest
  2. After Several Minutes searching the forums for a simple solution to calculating for the Unix Time, as required for another project I am working on, I was astonished to not find one clean and universal solution. After looking over the helpfile, I noticed one simple solution given in the example with _DateDiff(). However it did not account for my current timezone or daylight savings time. Without further ado... This is my example of Calculating for a current Unix Time stamp or seconds since Jan, 1st, 1970 00:00:00 GMT. This function will account for your timezone as well as for daylig
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