A Quick List of the Best Information Sources
We’re starting to see more content, media and social activity in Augurland, so I wanted to share a quick list of the best sources to keep a pulse on what’s happening in the space. How many of these you follow will depend on whether you’re a casual spectator, a serious participant in the space…or somewhere in between.
If you’re new to Augur, you might first want to check out The Ultimate Guide to Decentralized Prediction Markets.
For broad updates, follow Augur on Twitter: @augurproject.
Augur’s most active community and almost like its second brain. You can run by questions or ideas on the #general channel or dive into technical matters on #game-theory, #dev and #UI. There are other channels on a range of topics, including #trading and #reporting.
Augur Reddit doesn’t draw as much activity as Discord but is better for long-form commentary.
This is my newsletter where I look at the big picture of Augur as well as trading insights. I shoot for simple but surprising ideas that you won’t find anywhere else.
The Forecast Foundation’s newsletter zooms in on what prediction markets are saying about the 2020 election and shares project updates.
This newsletter by Blocklytics crunches the numbers and displays trends in Augur markets and trading activity.
Predictions.Global is the go-to interface for keeping tabs on Augur markets. You can see the most recent trading activity on Augur and data on each market.
For more granular data, check out Explore Augur, which breaks down activity by markets, trades, and users (Ethereum addresses).
If you want to track Augur development or even contribute yourself, this is where Augur’s codebase lives.
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