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Relayer Report #21 — Veil Releases Augur Lite, 0x at ETH NY
The latest updates from the 0x ecosystem: 5/24/19
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It’s unofficially the one year anniversary of Relayer Report. I started writing this newsletter part-time from my college dorm room, and thankfully Will and Amir thought it was on brand enough to keep it going. We initially took inspiration from Eric Meltzer’s Proof of Work newsletter, but I’ve decided to condense the formatting a bit moving forward for the sake of brevity. Back in Relayer Report #1, all the relayers listed only dealt with listing ERC-20 tokens. If you look at the 0x Explore page now, there are prediction market relayers, NFT relayers, relayers inside wallets, relayers as a service, and much more. Our ecosystem is diversifying, so I will be dividing updates into ecosystem categories as opposed to by project.
Veil Releases Augur Lite
There is a company called Veil. And there is a company called Augur. One of the founders of Augur is Joey Krug, an advisor to 0x. Veil is built on top of 0x and Augur, and can be thought of as a new brand of relayer for prediction market shares. I interviewed Joey in RR#13, and interviewed Veil in RR#12. Augur has a UI and an app to download for people to interact with its markets, but these are a bit clunky, so teams like Veil hope to increase the number of people participating in prediction markets by offering a superior user experience. The top photo here is what an Augur market looks like, and the bottom is a Veil market.
Only vetted Augur markets show up on Veil, which is built like a matching relayer, enabling users to freely submit and cancel orders without incurring gas costs. This, combined ...
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