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Why do I have to upload source files at the time of joining a contest?
For the same reason a contest holder has to pay for a competition when launching it. This allows the contest holder to access the creation immediately after choosing the winner, and you can get the prize straight away too.
No one can access your source files during the contest, or even after its completion (except if win the contest, then the client and only him has access to them).
Do not worry about your files. Nobody can use or modify them during the contest. In case you do not want your work to be on sale in the Marketplace, after the contest ends, we remove your files form our server. We respect your rights!.

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