Augur Weekly Report — April 3rd
In the coming days, we’ll be releasing the final details for v2 contract changes. Stay tuned for that post!
Augur App Release v1.11.0 & v1.11.1
Augur Desktop Electron Application. Contribute to AugurProject/augur-app development by creating an account on GitHub.github.com
These releases address several recent concerns around aiding traders and market creators to understand how timezones interact with market end time as well as notice discrepancies between market end time and market details. Additionally, a patch was pushed that fixes a bug users were experiencing when providing initial reporting.
🎏 Includes a more prominent display of when markets end to aid traders in understanding when a market’s definition is potentially invalid due to timezone or end time issues.
🔈 New verification modal dialog gives you better understanding of the market you are about to create.
🐦 Fixes an error users get when initially reporting on a mainnet market.
Update on Ledger for Chrome Users
The latest version of Google Chrome (72) has broken U2F-support for Ledger hardware wallets. Users running this browser…support.ledger.com
Unfortunately, Chrome broke Ledger support. Users will need to use Opera to use Ledger with Augur.
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