Many have high hopes for ethereum-based prediction market Augur; others only seem interested in using it for some old-fashioned internet trolling.
Following an impressive launch, Augur's user base has been slipping. Could thin liquidity be the culprit?
People are now placing bets on whether public figures will be assassinated on decentralized prediction market Augur.
A week after going live, the crypto-powered prediction market platform Augur is proving that it really works in the wild.
Data shared with CoinDesk shows a rapid spike in betting on Augur, a decentralized platform that's been live for just a few days.
There has to be broad-based value to society if blockchain technology and the market it supports are to survive and prosper, argues Michael J. Casey.
With strong first day volumes, newly launched crypto app Augur has surpassed what may be the most popular decentralized application.
A platform for creating decentralized prediction markets, which held one of the first-ever ICOs, has gone live. Finally.
An investor and three founders have been slapped with a private cryptocurrency lawsuit centered on the ethereum decentralized application Augur.
When Augur first goes live, it's going to invite everyone to break the protocol. But don't worry, it's all part of the plan.