Questions tagged [augur]

Augur is an open-source, decentralized prediction market platform built on Ethereum. It seeks to leverage the global, peer-to-peer ledger functionality of blockchain technology to harness collective intelligence and get more accurate predictions about future events.

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Augur, publicBuyCompleteSets reverts

I'm building a contract function that purchases and distributes complete sets of AugurShares for a specific market. (Testing on Rinkeby). Version of Augur-core (node_modules/augur) used: https://...
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Check Augur market validity in solidity contract

I'm trying to validate my market created through my node on Rinkeby Testnet. I created some markets on Rinkeby Testnet (using Augur.js) running my own Rinkeby Augur node. When I get the markets ...
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Augur: getShareToken returns error: invalid argument 0: json: cannot unmarshal hex string

I use the following code: augur.api.Market.getShareToken({ _outcome: "0x1", tx: { to: _market }, }, function (error, shareToken) { console.log(...
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Augur: Getting this error: “Error: eth_call returned no data (0x)” when I try to run any transaction APIs. Does anyone know what is going on here?

The address owns ETH as well as REP according to dev. I'm connected to Rinkeby . This happens when I run the folling code: const owner = require('./.pvt.js').ADDRESS; const daiAddress = require('./....
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Interacting with a complex deployed contract from my other contract

For example, I want to call a create market function from augur in my contract. I'm using the recommended pattern, but there are additional contracts that this function brings in, ex ICash, IMarket ...
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“Augur” vs. “Oraclize” : What is the main difference?

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 ...
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“Augur” : Is it an “Oracle” or “data-source” ? which one?

If we define following three entities (as defined HERE): (1) data-source (2) query (3) the oracle/oracle network Then, as this article says, is "Augur" a data-source ? Or it is an "Oracle" ?
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REP sent to old contract - can recover?

This morning I sent REP from an Exodus wallet to Kraken, but it never arrived. I checked the transaction and I saw : TxHash: 0x1ca6810bd62642d748441cdc323dd6cbbdc19ff29f1f1d932decaa5bd5743a7e ...
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Why did MyEtherWallet remove the gas price slider?

Recently I tried to figure out how to set the gas price on MyEtherWallet, while sending to another wallet. But I've come to the conclusion that for some reason, they've intentionally disabled the ...
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How can you call Augur as an oracle from an Ethereum smart contract in Solidity? [closed]

The Augur FAQ states it possible to use it as an oracle: http://blog.augur.net/faq-frequently-asked-questions/ “Will other contracts be able to query Augur outcomes? Yes, Augur is actually 2 ...
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Storing Ether based digital assets in a paper wallet

This morning I was looking for a paper wallet generator to move Augur out of an exchange, and I found a reddit post saying that as Augur is an ETH based token you can use an ETH address to store it. ...
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Is using Ethereum to trade in betting markets legal in US?

Right now the betting market in US is regulated by CFTC and some sites like PredictIt have $850 limit per contract to be compliant with CFTC. I have seen some prediction markets like Augur that use ...
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Myetherwallet issue with retrieving Rep Tokens after Augur's Crowdsale

We're trying to retrieve our augur tokens purchased in the crowd sale. The balance shows up on etherscan/ethplorer, but when we follow augur's instructions re myetherwallet, the balance is 0. Augur ...
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Where/how do I do reporting with my Augur REP?

With ownership of Augur REP comes the responsibility of doing and right to do reporting monthly on outcomes of prediction market entries made on Augur.net. Where do I go to do this reporting with my ...
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Why have most REP token transfers been failing?

Almost all REP transfer attempts have been failing recently: https://etherscan.io/address/0x48c80F1f4D53D5951e5D5438B54Cba84f29F32a5 This seems to have started about a month ago. Poloniex, Kraken ...
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Issues Retrieving REP tokens

So I'm trying to retrieve my REP tokens, yet the JSON key backup that I pull out of my library/ethereum/keystore folder throws an error in the Javascript console saying "your key is not the proper ...
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How can I retrieve my account's Augur (REP) token balance via JSON-RPC?

How can I check the contract balance, like Augur (REP), on an address with JSON-RPC? There doesn't seem to be alot of documentation about this.
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How to connect AugurProject's ethrpc to a local testnet

I have GETH running a test network, and now I'd like to get AugurProject's ETHRPC to connect. I can't find any documentation on ETHRPC.
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How are pre-sale Augur's REPs stored on the Ethereum blockchain?

Does Augur's REP exist as Ethereum coin contract? If so, does the coin contract already deployed on the Ethereum blockchain? What is the contract address for it? If not, how do you know how many ...
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How problematic is transitioning Augur's full-Serpent smart contract suite?

I read here that Augur's smart contract suite is actually written in Serpent. I'm aware that it is a relatively well supported language at the moment (at least compared to Mutan and LLL), but given ...
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How to import an Augur account in Geth?

I created an ethereum account on the sale.augur.net page. And now I've finally downloaded and installed Geth as well. How do I import that account into Geth?