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How many Augur universes are out there?

Reading the augur docs I see that a genesis universe was created and all the legacy REP tokens were migrated here. In case of a fork because of an ambiguous market result, a child universe will be ...
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REP contract is no longer pauseable. Requirements for future updates

Recently Augur code was updated so, contracts can no longer be "paused" by a central authority. According to this Medium post: The REP contract is also no longer pauseable, meaning all future ...
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How will Augur handle malicious markets?

The aspect of Augur that is most striking to me is that the system seems capable of establishing decentralized, reliable facts-as-a-service. Augur could provide smart contracts and DAOs with a ...
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What happens to the native on-chain REP/ETH oracle during a fork?

What happens to the native on-chain REP/ETH oracle during a fork? Does this oracle get updated to accurately reflect the price of the new child-tokens on each fork? To ask this another way: if an (A,...
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Forecast Foundation policy on Ethereum hard forks

What is the strategy of the Forecast Foundation for dealing with any future (potentially contentious) hard forks of the Ethereum Network? For example, if approximately half of the mining network, ...
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Can someone be a reporter and a participant in the same market?

Is is possible to be both a reporter and a participant (either market creator or participant with an open market position) in the same event?
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What makes Augurs Oracle model trustless?

What makes Augurs Oracle model trustless? Is there some mechanism to prevent collusion between oracles? Even if oracles are randomly assigned events to report on, what would prevent them from ...