Augur Front-End Update – April 5th

Augur Front-End Update – April 5th

Last week was spent focusing performance updates with transaction loading in the portfolio display, and switching our selectors to use the Reselect library. We’ve also finished and pushed a new library to the EtherumJS repo, called ethereumjs-blockstream. This library handles block and log removals on chain reorganizations, along with block and log backfills on skipped blocks. This gives us a reliable source of Ethereum blocks to use within Augur. We have a new auditor looking at Keythereum, Kirill Fomichev, a contributor of the EthereumJS libraries. We’ve received…

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How To Create A Good Market on Augur

How To Create A Good Market on Augur

In Augur, there are three different types of markets that can be created – binary (yes/no), multiple choice, and scalar. While anyone can create a market on Augur, it’s important to put the time and effort in learning how to create a good market on Augur. Event Question What is the question the market should attempt to answer? Post a question about the future topic of something with widespread interest, and likely to be widely reported on. You will lose your market bond…

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Augur Development Update – March 29th

Augur Development Update – March 29th

This week the re skinning of portfolio views (positions, reports, and markets) has been completed and merged. We’ve also added a depth chart for the order book. The transaction and account page are up next for re skinning. The new set of contracts have been merged, and can be found in the ‘mergedmaster‘ branch of augur-core. We need to update and add a few additional tests, as well as write one more contract for enabling contract updates. The ETA for this is…

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