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msg.value.mul(90).div(100) for 90% msg.value.mul(10).div(100) for 10%


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Within the Ethereum Virtual Machine, there isn't a way to get the current time, other than the block time. To get current block time stamp we can directly use block.timestamp in solidity. Its returns a time in unix timestamp. Ethereum provides Time unites to facility date computation to a particular level, refer the following document. https://solidity....


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