Augur describes itself as a decentralized oracle and peer-to-peer protocol for prediction markets. It is free-to-use, public, open-source software. Augur is a set of smart contracts built in Solidity that are deployable to the Ethereum blockchain. So...Moreme parts of Augur are licensed under the General Public License (GPL), and some other parts are licensed under the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). REP, also known as Reputation, is the native cryptocurrency of the platform.
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