An augur was a priest and official in the classical Roman world. His main role was the practice of augury: Interpreting the will of the gods by studying the flight of birds – whether they were flying in groups or alone, what noises they made as they flew, direction of flight, and what kind of birds they were. This was known as "taking the auspices".
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An open-source Ethereum wallet that can use several DApps and has several advanced features.
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Augur Users Down 90 Percent Since July Launch
Augur, an open source oracle and prediction market protocol built on the Ethereum blockchain, has seen a serious dip in users since it first launched in July, according to data from DappRadar.
Augur Sold 1 Million Ethereum at $0.7, Why Experts Say It Was the Right Decision
According to cryptocurrency researcher Dovey Wan, the decentralized prediction marketplace Augur sold around 1 million Ethereum at $0.7 immediately following its fundraising round.
BitMEX Reports Bitmain Needs Efficient Management to Reach 'Legendary' Status
The research arm of Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange recently analyzed leaked data about mining giant Bitmain to pinpoint fallacies and other investor accusations toward the mining business.
Report: CBOE to Launch Ethereum Futures Trading Later This Year
CBOE Global Markets, the owner of the Chicago Board Options Exchange and one of the world's largest exchange holding companies, is looking to launch futures for Ethereum, Business Insider reported August 30.Sources familiar with the situation told Business Insider that CBOE Global Markets is planning to launch ETH futures by the end of 2018.
Report: EU to Discuss Further Crypto Regulation Amid Concerns About Lack of Transparency
Economic and financial affairs ministers from the European Union's 28 member states will reportedly hold an informal meeting on the challenges posed by digital assets and the possibility of tightening regulations, Bloomberg reported August 29.
Fifth Largest Crypto Exchange Bithumb to Reopen Account Registrations, Media Report
Bithumb, one of the largest South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges, will open up account registrations after a month-long freeze, local media outlet Yonhap News reports Wednesday, August 29.
Report: Some Crypto Mining Apps Remain in Google Play Store Despite Recent Ban
According to a report by the Next Web published on August 28, several cryptocurrency mining apps remain in the Google Play Store despite the ban.
PwC Report: Blockchain Technology to Reach $3 Trillion by 2030
PwC, a "Big Four" auditing firm, recently published research that found 84 percent of companies have either a "Live" blockchain project or experiment underway.
Major EOS Bug Allows Users to Poach RAM, EOSBet Reports 'Crippled' System
Some may place EOS near the end of its post-mainnet launch teething stage; however, several developers of the dPoS blockchain have stepped in to fight off another memory-related bug-this time, allowing malicious transaction recipients to hijack the RAM of senders.
Report: Israel May Adopt Cryptocurrencies to Prevent Tax Evasion
While countries like China, India and the U.S. are limiting the cryptocurrency sector, smaller countries like Singapore, Venezuela, Colombia and Malta are creating optimal regulations and infrastructure for the burgeoning digital asset ecosystem.