A new bug in ethereum’s Constantinople upgrade has been found at the last minute, with it affecting a limited number… read more
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.
2018 hasn’t been kind to the broader cryptocurrency market. It’s no secret that Bitcoin fell by upwards of 70%, as… read more
By CCN.com: According to a tool created by Ethereum developer Mike McDonald, a single address has garnered almost 50% of… read more
Cryptocurrency markets have generally been pretty flat since their latest big dump a week ago today. One or two altcoins… read more
Augur rose another 20% today after gaining 30% yesterday, with the ethereum based prediction market token rising from $8 to… read more
Blockchain-based prediction market Augur is reportedly significantly overestimating its usage, a founding partner of cryptocurrency hedge fund Tetras Capital claimed… read more
Tetras Capital Founding Partner Alex Sunnarborg has revealed that decentralised gambling platform Augur is suffering from the same lack of… read more
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