OptionRoom is a user-operated Oracle and Prediction protocol built on PolkaDot. It’s basically a forecasting protocol . OptionRoom has the ability to serve OaaS — Oracle as a service where oracle requests Resolved by governance. Oracle requests have a fee and the cost of a solution incentive paid in ROOM. The incentive which is being paid in the room is a reward to the solver. Users can also create and participate in the event derivatives which are pegged to the real world outcomes by governance consensus . Option Room protocol also has a buyback mechanism. Each market settlement has a…

We did an AMA on Qudem yesterday with 40+ participants asking 25 questions. Our co-founder Nick White answered questions asked by the community! The transcript has been lightly edited for clarity.

Q : How realistic do you think Open Consensus for 10 billion people really is and why do you feel passionate that Harmony can even achieve this?

A: Open Consensus for 10B is not just realistic, it is a must. We’re facing so many challenges today as a human race, meanwhile our financial and political systems are failing us. We are trapped in outdated institutions, and we need global…


Harmony is new open infrastructure distinguished by its revolutionary high-throughput, low-latency, and low-fee consensus platform designed to power decentralized economies of the future. Harmony is next generation blockchain which is based on sharding .Harmony is fully scalable, secure and energy efficient. Harmony has following awesome features :

  1. Highly Scalable : Harmony is a highly scalable blockchain as it shards not only the network communication and transaction validation like Zilliqa, but also shards the blockchain state.
  2. Secure Sharding: Harmony’s uses distributed randomness generation (DRG) process which is unpredictable, unbiaseable, verifiable and scalable in its sharding process which…

Hi everyone , today we will be discussing an exciting new project in the blockchain space ,Bgogo .

Deepanshu Mittal

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