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Questions about the ERC-20 tokens (called REP) that trade on the Ethereum platform and support the Augur Oracle incentive structure
Any questions relating to Augur testnet (either the bleeding edge or stable version).
Questions relating to the development of the Augur prediction market and related services
Economics questions relating to Augur specifically or prediction markets in general
Augur related Questions about Augur interacts with with the Ethereum network. Ethereum specific questions that are not related to Augur should be asked on Ethereum Stack Exchange instead.
Questions relating to the scalability of Augur and how future development will influence it.
ensure reporters get paid proportional to outstanding interest in augur. In practice this puts upward pressure on REP prices such that Augurs market caps remains above a certain multipl…
Questions about the period where REP holders report on the outcome of markets.
Questions about the Solidity programming language in the context of Augur contracts written in it.
Questions about the Forecast Foundation and its role in the development of the Augur platform
Questions about the fee required to be paid upon creation of a new Augur market, by its creator.
Questions about the ERC-20 Ethereum token standard currently being used by Augur for its REP token
Questions of technical value that explain the historical context underpinning Augur development direction, and progress.
Questions about the centralized and decentralized exchanges that trade REP or any currency or token that may be used by Augur reporters or users.
Questions relating to the accessibility Augur
Questions about the Augur website(s) controlled by the Forecast Foundation
Questions relating to registration tokens which are required for REP owners wishing to report on markets in a given period in exchange for reporter fees
Questions about the use of the Serpent programming language in Augur smart contracts
Comparisons between different Augur features and features provided by other prediction markets