Augur Development Update – May 3rd

Augur Development Update – May 3rd

Most of our development has been focused on writing tests for the contracts this past week. The transaction re skin is near complete, with tests still needed. We will be introducing a notifications bar to alert you of reporting cycles, transactions, fees, etc. We’ve published a resource thread on Reddit, where you can see our estimated future roadmap of tasks to be completed. Augur Beta Status, Roadmap, and Resources – Updated Regularly ethrpc has begun its auditing by Kirill Fomichev, who also contributed…

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Augur Development Update – April 26th

Augur Development Update – April 26th

This past week, the transaction display re skin has been in works and we’ve switched to having almost all state within Augur / augur.js being managed by Redux. We’ve been spending quite a bit of time writing tests for the contracts, a task that has been split up between all the developers. Most conversation in the #dev channel recently has been revolving around this. We’ve published a summary of the Keythereum audit, found here. This document will be updated if additional findings…

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Not Everything is a Token!

Not Everything is a Token!

Let’s be practical. Absolute decentralization is an ideal… Decentralizing software is a worthy ideal but very difficult to accomplish. Decentralization (or the extent thereof) will become a critical differentiator between old and new protocols, especially when censorship resistance, immutability, and trust issues are integral to what a protocol serves. Bob: “OK, I’ve got the lightswitch completely abstracted and almost fully decentralized!” Alice: “awesome, I’ll start getting the ICO ready!” Even as decentralization abstracts functionality previously embedded into centralized models, there…

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