What is Augur?
Augur is decentralized, self-regulating, pseudonymous and autonomous. It offers the promise of markets without exposure to counterparty risk, principal-agent problems or central points of control, failure or censorship. No person is ever in direct control of someone else s funds or in a position to single-handedly threaten the system s integrity. The software is comprised of smart contracts perpetually deployed on a blockchain network, which enables applications deployed to be immune to local outages while benefiting from the entire community's security. All interactions with markets are communicated as database transactions between unique accounts powered by immutable software instructions.event forecasts.
Nasdaq has added a new index that aims to offer the markets information on blockchain projects working in the decentralized… read more
The Ethereum-based predictions platform Veil is shutting down, according to an official Medium post on July 11. As of July… read more
Blockchain-powered event betting platform Augur has launched a token denominated in MakerDAO’s Dai (DAI) stablecoin as part of a major… read more
Coinbase Pro expanded its selection with three extremely diverse digital assets: EOS (EOS), Maker (MKR) and Augur (REP). The selection… read more
Coinbase Pro, the professional offering of major American crypto exchange and wallet service Coinbase, has added support for EOS (EOS),… read more
An analysis of irregularities discovered in the Augur decentralized prediction market platform has identified a number of design flaws. Namely,… read more
A design flaw in Augur allows ambiguous prediction markets to be gamed for profit, according to Binance Research. Furthermore, the… read more
Ethereum-based (ETH) prediction market Augur is currently facing a design flaw attack, according to research by cryptocurrency exchange Binance released… read more
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