Augur Weekly Development Update — June 6th

Development and bug fixes are going well, the UI team completed an internal milestone of “code complete” of all the features and bugs we had scoped out. A community member from GitCoin got Trezor integration working, so v1 of Augur will now support MetaMask, uPort, Ledger and Trezor as authentication methods. The testnet beta at dev.augur.net is up to date, stable and performing very well. We’d love to get your feedback!

We plan to increase bounty rewards this upcoming week. To get a head start, check out Augurs contracts at augur-core.

A community member, Jonathan Willems, made a great infographic this past week outlining how Augur markets work and resolve:

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Dan Morehead of Pantera Capital went on CNBC this past week, where he gave his thoughts about the cryptocurrency industry, and shared his reasoning for why he believes Augur is the most exciting project right now:

We will be putting out some content soon regarding average transaction prices and features that should be expected with the v1 launch. It will be a bit expensive and limited to the throughput of Ethereum, however, it will work 🎉


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!



Cheers,

The Augur Team