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Add an .md5 reference for bins

This addresses #23 partially by providing a trusted md5 check file.

#23 will be resolved completely when multidoge.org, the main
distribution site for the binaries generated here, has SSL.

While users could be fooled into downloading a malicious multibit
binary, they can at least refer to this md5 check file, since it's
stored in a secure location -- GitHub repos do require some kind of
authentication, and are themselves always-SSL.

[See #23]
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  1. +3 −0 multidoge-0.1.2-bins.md5
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+a5788daf3b58b6a5efa222db9fd05367 multidoge-0.1.2.dmg
+a9484de0a99ada77ebd0118a33708c72 multidoge-0.1.2-linux.jar
+5083cb4f664cf3a62af292e54978ee39 multidoge-0.1.2-windows-setup.exe

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