Augur -Updated details+ New devlopment update



  • Augur Weekly Development Update — June 20th

    With just about two and a half weeks until deployment, the team is working on testing and hardening all pieces of Augur — the UI, Augur Node, Augur App, and deployment of the core contracts.

    For users who wish to use Augur on the main network after deployment, they’ll need to download and run Augur App. Augur App will run Augur Node and the UI automatically for you on your machine. You will just need to point it to an active main net Ethereum node (Infura, QuickNode, local, etc).

    The backend team is researching all available scaling solutions for future updates to Augur, something the team plans to publish content about after deployment.

    The Augur community channels seem to be picking up in user activity. Come join us to participate in the discussions leading to launch.

    A reminder to all Ether/ForkDelta, IDEX, and OasisDEX users — withdraw your REP from the exchange contract prior to July 9th @ 11:01AM PT in order to successfully receive new REP tokens in the migration.

    If you do not have REP in a decentralized exchange contract —there is nothing you need to do for deployment and the migration.

    Come chat with us in Discord and follow our Twitter for the latest updates. Track our development progress on Github or in the #dev channel of Discord.

    The bounty program is rolling and accepting all submissions. Test out the UI at dev.augur.net on Rinkeby, take a look at our Github, and let us know your feedback!

    Updated Repositories:

    AugurProject/augur-core
    augur-core — Augur back-end (Ethereum contracts)github.com
    AugurProject/augur
    augur | clientgithub.com
    AugurProject/augur.js
    augur.js — Augur JavaScript APIgithub.com
    AugurProject/augur-node
    augur-node — Public Augur node for serving market datagithub.com
    AugurProject/docs
    docs — Augur documentationgithub.com
    AugurProject/whitepaper
    whitepaper — The Augur Project Whitepapergithub.com

    Cheers,

    The Augur Team



  • Welcoming Marco Santori to the Forecast Foundation Advisory Board

    Today, we are pleased to share that Marco Santori will be joining the Forecast Foundation advisory board. The Forecast Foundation has been working with Marco since 2015, and over the years he’s provided invaluable input and feedback to the Forecast Foundation team.

    Marco is President and Chief Legal Officer of Blockchain.info. Previously partner at Cooley LLC, he is also the Legal Ambassador for the Delaware Blockchain Initiative, and an advisor to the International Monetary Fund. He’s been called “The Dean of Digital Currency Lawyers” by the American Banker, and counseled on compliance with and disputes over money services, securities and derivatives laws.

    The Forecast Foundation is delighted to have Marco joining the advisory board. Marco will be assisting the team with strategic advice and guidance over the coming months.

    You can out more about Marco on Twitter or at his website.



  • Augur Launches - REP Token Contract Address:, Augur App Release v1.0.0: & More

    The REP migration has been successfully completed. New production REP has been minted to all 56,338 unique accounts that held REP at the time of 11:01AM PT on July 9th, 2018. The transaction that froze the old REP contract indefinitely can be seen here.

    REP Token Contract Address:

    The new REP token contract address can be found deployed on the Ethereum main network below:

    REP Token Contract: 0x1985365e9f78359a9B6AD760e32412f4a445E862

    Exchanges, wallet providers, block explorers and other services that interact with REP will be updating the REP contract address over the coming day. If you’re using a service that is not reflecting the new REP token contract, please send them a message and let them know.

    REP transfers will cost slightly more gas than transfers on the old contract due to additional logging. Please be sure to estimate gas properly when sending REP token transfers.

    Note : The new REP token contract was created by another Augur contract, and the source code cannot currently be verified by EtherScan. The new REP token source code can be found on the Augur Core GitHub repository, located here. If you‘d like to verify the new REP token contract manually, a technical explanation can be found here.

    The REP contract is also no longer pauseable, meaning all future updates to Augur will require a new Augur contract deployment, and a manual opt-in migration of REP (aka, an opt-in hard fork).

    Augur App Release v1.0.0:

    The final release of Augur App has been published to the Augur Github repository below. Users must download Augur App and run it locally on their machine. There is no hosted or centrally served deployment of the Augur reference user interface or Augur Node that connects to the Augur protocols contracts on the main Ethereum network. Users must run these services and software themselves.

    AugurProject/augur-app/releases/tag/v1.0.0
    augur-app - Augur Desktop Electron Applicationgithub.com

    The release notes include instructions on how to run Augur App. Augur App bundles the Augur reference user interface and Augur Node together into a double-click deploy process locally on your machine, and allows you to connect to an Ethereum node of your choice. This can be a locally run Ethereum node, or a remote node service such as Infura.

    Please report all bugs and issues as GitHub Issues in their respective repositories so the Augur community can assess, manage and fix them.

    Augur App | Augur Client | Augur Node | Augur Core

    Note: If you’ve installed a previous pre-release of Augur App locally on your machine, you will need to clear your configuration file in order to properly run the new Augur App and connect to the main Ethereum network. The location of the configuration file for each operating system can be found in the Augur App release notes.

    FAQ & Disclaimer:

    It is highly recommended and encouraged that users read the Augur FAQ and disclaimer prior to interacting with the Augur protocol on the main Ethereum network.

    Augur | FAQ
    Augur is a decentralized oracle and prediction market protocol built on the Ethereum blockchain. It allows you to…www.augur.net
    Augur | Disclaimer
    Augur is a decentralized oracle and prediction market protocol built on the Ethereum blockchain. It allows you to…www.augur.net

    The Augur Protocol Contract Addresses:

    Augur’s primary static contracts can be found deployed on the Ethereum main network at the contract addresses below:

    Controller: 0xb3337164e91b9f05c87c7662c7ac684e8e0ff3e7 Universe: 0xe991247b78f937d7b69cfc00f1a487a293557677 Augur: 0x75228dce4d82566d93068a8d5d49435216551599 LegacyReputationToken: 0xe94327d07fc17907b4db788e5adf2ed424addff6 CancelOrder: 0x3448209268e97652bb67ea12777d4dfba81e3aaf Cash: 0xd5524179cb7ae012f5b642c1d6d700bbaa76b96b ClaimTradingProceeds: 0x4334477348222a986fc88a05410aa6b07507872a CompleteSets: 0xa6bff4f91016c2b4aac140b2d8d7317b36afe5ab CreateOrder: 0x7f27b0598949dbf9e539bbd217f15bf3f5e97999 FillOrder: 0x39c230f89981274177e79708c921582bd4bd0303 Order: 0x75d789ef6344579fbe75a4d2d9217ec23b005f8f Orders: 0xd7a14019aeeba25e676a1b596bb19b6f37db74d2 OrdersFetcher: 0xa97a3e2ac932bc7a9c65393ee2c0f9d2f7b2e692 ShareToken: 0x2a21d90745dfed999aa0b6e08d648855c5f14663 Trade: 0x24e2b1d415e6e0d04042eaa45dc2a08fc33ca6cd TradingEscapeHatch: 0x10b5589fc6922f5c27061ac79ad9a4af35e15806

    The words of support received today are highly appreciated. Augur couldn’t have been built and deployed if it wasn’t for the hundreds of unique contributors, community members, software developers, hackers and advocates who have backed and worked relentlessly towards this vision for the past three years.

    Please bear with the software developers and maintainers in the early days, as there will undoubtedly be compatibility issues, bugs, and a learning curve for new users of decentralized applications.

    You can assist by jumping into Github issues and provide initial triage or fixes, answer others’ questions in the Augur Discord or Subreddit, or by providing helpful content for others, just as some examples. Augur is built from the ground up to be owned and operated by the people that use it. You don’t need to be an all star software engineer or specific type of power user to push the Augur protocol forward, anyone can.

    Cheers,

    The Forecast Foundation OU



  • Augur Weekly Report — September 5th

    Make sure to post your wish list for Augur v2 on Reddit, and don’t forget to apply as a hacker for Eth San Francisco. Look over Augur’s documentation & API to get some ideas on what to build.

    Markets: 1,139

    Open Interest: $1,020,623.38 USD(4,533 ETH)

    CASH Contract: $1,118,346.23 USD (4,967 ETH)

    ETH Price: $225.13

    The Economist Podcast

    By giving people a financial incentive to reveal their knowledge, you get very good predictions.

    Augur discussed on the @TheEconomist podcast (@ 11:45)

    Community Content

    If you happen to be at Eth Berlin this weekend, show some love to the Veil team and be sure to check out their alpha built on top of Augur and 0x.

    Reporters.chat pushed a few new updates.

    Links:

    Augur Trading Insights

    Gambling Can Save Science

    Why is no one really using Augur?

    Community Channels : Discord || Twitter || StackExchange || Github

    The Forecast Foundation has no role in the operation of markets, trades or actions created or performed on the Augur protocol, nor does it have the ability to censor, restrict, control, modify, change, revoke, terminate or make any changes to markets created on the Augur protocol. The Forecast Foundation has no more control over the Augur protocol than anyone else using Ethereum.

    Thus, we do not seek to advise others on how to use the protocol. We encourage those in the community that are well educated on Augur to pay it forward and share their ideas for best practices, tips, fixes and etc with the larger community via Twitter, Reddit, Discord, Github and other community channels. For more information regarding the role of the Forecast Foundation, checkout the FAQ.

    Augur | A Decentralized Oracle & Prediction Market Protocol Augur is a decentralized oracle and prediction market protocol built on the Ethereum blockchain. It allows you to…www.augur.net

    Cheers,

    The Forecast Foundation OU


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