Can we say that "
Augur" is a decentralized Oracle against "
Oraclize" as a centralized model?
I mean can we consider
Augur as a decentralized Oracle and on the other hand,
Oraclize as a centralized model? I say this based on this article: LINK. Since in
Augur there is a consensus between a group of distributed data carriers. (I am not totally sure about that.)
Augur white paper:
Augur is a trustless, decentralized oracle and platform for prediction markets. The outcomes of Augur’s prediction markets are chosen by users that hold Augur’s native Reputation token, who stake their tokens on the actual observed outcome and, in return, receive settlement fees from the markets.
And does it mean that
Augur is used only for the "market prediction" ?