Augur Weekly Report — May 22nd

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Augur Weekly Report — May 22nd

Development Update

Last week, the team put the finishing touches on the latest sprint, Geriatric Garlic. During that time progress was made in creating the new v2 API layer, a UI was released with messaging to aid in understanding v2 , and some cleanups were made to the UI codebase. All this happened while the design team has been making progress on a new Market List view for v2 and simultaneously is researching and designing a new market creation flow.

This week, the team has moved onto the current sprint Heretical Honeydew. During this sprint, the design team will be continuing their work on Market Lists, Market Creation, and moving into re-designing the Reporting UIs for the v2 release. The over-arching goal is to have a functional trading UI on the v2 contracts, using the all-new v2 SDK, by the end of the sprint! With this complete, the UI and backend teams will begin integrating the UI and the v2 contracts — moving all current work toward v2 release.

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Community Partner Chris from HOARD

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Chris is the community manager of Hoard, the creators of Plasma Dog. He and his team are focused on enabling true ownership of assets in video games –with ethereum-based builds. He has spoken about the influence of blockchain in video games and society at events like NIFTY, the Ethereum Community Fund’s Non-Fungible Summit, NFT.NYC, and a number of ETHGlobal hackathons. This month, we get to know more about Chris, Hoard and its projects and how it has been building on the OMG Network.

Q: Could you tell us a little bit more about yourself, your background and what you do at Hoard?

A: My name is Chris Robison, and I’m the community manager at Hoard, where we enable true ownership of virtual assets inside of video games. I discovered bitcoin back in 2011 while I was a student at the University of Portland. The entire concept completely captivated me, and it’s been a non-stop journey ever since. I included bitcoin in my senior capstone project, and after graduating, continued to engage in t...

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Comparing Top Crypto Exchanges Bittrex and Bitstamp

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With so many cryptocurrency exchanges available, it can be hard to choose the right one for you. While some people may be attracted to the newest exchanges offering special deals to attract customers, there is something to be said for exchanges that have been around for a long time. Today we’ll compare two long-running top crypto exchanges: Bittrex and Bitstamp, using their Cointelligence ratings as a benchmark for their quality.

Bittrex: Run by tech industry veterans

Bittrex is a highly respected US-based cryptocurrency exchange. Their headquarters is in Seattle and their founders are veterans of some Seattle-area tech giants you might have heard of: Microsoft and Amazon.

Bittrex has gained a good reputation among the crypto community for being self-policing and having excellent security procedures. In the past, they have delisted over 80 cryptocurrencies that were not compliant with their rules, showing a clear preference for providing a quality exchange over having the largest quan...

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