Augur Weekly Report — July 10th

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Jul 10 · 3 min read

v2 Trading UI

The v2 Trading UI is barreling towards completion. A key consideration in the design of this page has been making understanding one’s risk easier without moving from one screen to another. Separate tabs within a single page will now display Open Orders, Filled Orders, and Positions.

Additionally, the redesign is also wonderfully mobile-responsive. Browsing markets and checking trades and positions will be much smoother on the go.

More work is to come on these pages, including integration of Multi-Collateral DAI as the denominated currency, but much of the groundwork has been laid for the redesigns.

Continue to check in weekly for progress on Trading as well as other page redesigns, and for more info on the changes coming in v2.

Contracts on Kovan Testnet

Augur v2 Contracts have recently been deployed to the Kovan testnet and additionally a daily snapshot of the UI is now being published to v2.augur.net.

Augur Turns One!


Augur Metrics

Pre-Finalization Markets: 388

All-Time Finalized Markets: 2,136

Pre-Finalization Open Interest: $421,850.23 (1,401 ETH)

CASH Contract: $966,560.47 USD (3,232 ETH)

ETH Price: $299.03


What Are Augur Developers Building?

The latest piece on the Augur Blog documents the many products that developers are building on top of Augur. From overlays like Guesser and BlitzPredict to analytics, explorers, and indexes, this piece will get you up to speed on the budding ecosystem.



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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, Github and other community channels.For more information regarding the role of the Forecast Foundation, checkout the FAQ.


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