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Author Topic: [ANN/ICO] KLEROS -Blockchain Dispute Resolution for virtually everything.  (Read 16144 times)
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May 16, 2018, 04:06:11 AM
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It's a great idea, good luck with the project
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May 16, 2018, 04:20:30 AM
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an interesting and promising projects, hoping the team would be more passion in developing this project in the future, so that this project can run smoothly and achieve maximum success with, zeal and success for this project.
the excellence that exists in the project, could definitely be the attraction of being able to attract the attention of many potential investors.
Hopefully this project can run smoothly until success could be achieved with ease.
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May 16, 2018, 04:26:20 AM
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Good luck with your project! Also, can you give the specification of the coin? Like Algorithm?
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May 16, 2018, 10:49:38 AM
Last edit: May 17, 2018, 11:55:59 AM by sjj_kleros
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The token is an ERC20 token on the Ethereum network.


Feel free to ask any further questions about the token sale too.

Thanks
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May 17, 2018, 12:26:41 PM
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Kleros was added to TokensRecord . https://tokensrecord.com/project/kleros
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May 21, 2018, 11:16:17 PM
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The Kleros gamedrop is a way to both test the Schelling Point, educate users and have some fun.

Users are also able to win PNK by voting coherently!


Basically, the Schelling Point allows a consensus to be reached between people who do not know each other and have no means of communication with each other. This concept was described by Thomas Schelling in “The Strategy Of Conflict”. He received the Nobel Prize for Economics for this work. A famous American television program “Family Feud” is based on this idea. It’s about finding the most popular answers for a given question.



Learn more and try ' The Schelling Game' below.

https://game.kleros.io/

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May 22, 2018, 03:28:09 PM
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ICO Analysis: Kleros
Published on May 17, 2018
By Joshua Larson


Verdict
Kleros is a very much needed protocol that connects users who need to solve disputes with jurors who have the skills to fairly settle them. There are many more technical details in this project that haven’t been touched on. Its clear from their explanations that they know what they are talking about, have clear goals, and a manageable roadmap. The team’s inexperience does not seem like a problem, because this project isn’t trying to do too much.
    “As the ecosystem matures, Kleros will prove that it can deliver fast, affordable and transparent justice in a growing number of use cases. More customers bring more entrepreneurs, more jurors, more developers and an increasing number of use cases. The community will build the ecosystem on top of an open protocol. And this is how decentralized justice takes over the world” (Federico Ast CEO)

Risks
    It’s so early in the development of DApps that it makes it hard to visualize enough use cases to make this ecosystem run. -1
    Lots of inflation – only 16% of the tokens will go to funders. The other tokens will be sold either in the future as the team achieves critical milestones or as an additional incentive for early jurors in the platform.-1
    There is no hard cap, as IICO is a market-based method. This means that the revenue from the token sale will be determined by market forces. -1

Growth Potential
    The CEO spoke at Consensus, which is a big deal. +2
    They have an MVP you can learn more about here.  And here’s a video of it. +2
    Early partnerships with top companies, including InkProtocol and Dether and Thomson Reuters Incubator.+2
    Kleros could easily be integrated with existing platforms (decentralized or not) with users being taken to a dispute resolution screen where they may never know who was arbitrating their dispute. +2
    One of the Telegram devs stated: “Actually, even Vitalik knows of Kleros quite well. He and our Cryptoeconomics researcher William had a very interesting discussion on  http://ethresear.ch/about Kleros and some of the functions of the protocol.” The link is private, so we cant confirm if this is true, but it seems true. +1

Disposition
Although this isn’t the sexiest of projects, it is one of the most important. It provides a court system for DApp users when smart contracts are incapable of settling disputes, which will be often. No better solution has been presented.  6/10 is our rating.
Proof: https://hacked.com/ico-analysis-kleros/

This is good result.
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May 22, 2018, 10:45:34 PM
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Absolutely.

I think this line is part of the key here : "Although this isn’t the sexiest of projects, it is one of the most important."

There are now crazy amounts of ICO's out there but not a great deal of them are doing anything that useful. Lots of hype and no action. The Kleros mentality is the other way round. Time will tell as to the importance and nature of our project.

Thanks for posting!
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May 23, 2018, 05:33:26 PM
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The Revival of Demarchy: Kleros as a Political Technology

A new article published by Kleros CEO Federico Ast. Find out how the Greek model is making a comeback in the form of Kleros' juror selection system.

From the Ancient Greeks to the Decentralized Internet: How Random Selection Shaped Democracy.

Sortition, the use of random selection to allocate political decision making rights, plays a limited role in contemporary political systems. The most well known sortition mechanism in modern democracies is the selection of jurors in American trials.

Few people know that randomness was a key political technology throughout the history of democracy. In different times, thinkers and social reformers saw sortition as a way to avoid concentration of power and corruption by special interests. Australian political scientist John Burnheim called demarchy political systems based on randomness.

Kleros uses sortition for jury selection. While we frequently talk about it as an innovation in the legal field, it can also be interpreted as part of a wider movement of governance innovation: the revival of demarchy.


READ MORE: https://medium.com/kleros/the-revival-of-demarchy-kleros-as-a-political-technology-589eff29806d
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May 24, 2018, 05:02:01 AM
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Good to try out gamedrop which is better than airdrop.
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May 24, 2018, 10:02:27 PM
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Good to try out gamedrop which is better than airdrop.
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For sure! Makes it more interesting when you have to think a little bit. I find it quite addictive actually.
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May 25, 2018, 11:50:44 PM
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Medium Article.


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A classic obstacle in applying smart contracts to many common problems is that most useful contracts in the real world require access to values that cannot be verified by computation. A smart contract that sells rain insurance to farmers needs to be able to determine whether it rained. Many financial contracts that one would like to implement on Ethereum require the price of 1 ETH in USD, but this is not a value that natively lives on the chain.

An “oracle” is a mechanism that can be consulted to provide this outside, real-world information.

Read more about oracles and what Kleros is trying to attain by creating one below.

https://medium.com/kleros/the-oracle-of-the-kleroterion-c8eac7c10401
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May 28, 2018, 04:55:12 PM
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If you’ve been keeping up with all that’s been happening at Kleros lately, you know that we recently launched the world’s first Interactive Coin Offering. Enrique and Clement describe how the dev team created it.

This is some great technical reading for those devs who understand the functions and coding behind it.

https://medium.com/kleros/creating-the-smart-contract-for-the-worlds-first-interactive-coin-offering-f5c8d47b0f22

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The IICO protocol, as described in the whitepaper, presents the following user stories:

As a user, I can place a bid in any of the sale’s phases and optionally set a personal cap on the total amount raised, in order to participate in the sale at valuations I am comfortable with.
As a user, I can withdraw before the withdrawal lock time with a penalty that is relative to the amount of time that passed since I placed my bid, so I can still get some of my contribution back if I change my mind.
As a user, I can redeem tokens and/or my refunded ETH at the end of the sale, to reap the fruits of my contribution.
We also decided to add an extra phase at the start of the sale where the bonus does not decrease so that everyone can take advantage of the full bonus and to avoid harmful network congestions.

The Solution

Clément Lesaege, our CTO, went to work with these goals in mind and returned with a very elegant and succinct solution. Let’s now go over its inner workings.
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May 30, 2018, 10:40:17 PM
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'You're a member of the Pirate Party and ran for office twice in legislative elections, when did you become a supporter and why?

 - I was introduced to cryptocurrencies by the writings of pirate party members Rick Falkvinge and Ploum. There is a lot of similarity between pirate and crypto philosophy... '


Find out more about our CTO Clement Lesaeges history in crypto, love of gaming and early programming endeavours.

https://medium.com/@zambianastronaut/an-interview-with-the-architect-kleros-cto-cl%C3%A9ment-lesaege-1217dbc17f0e
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May 31, 2018, 05:49:54 AM
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Hello Team  Smiley

I am an editor from cryptoslate.com, a popular destination for cryptocurrency investors and researchers — featuring cryptocurrency news, coin rankings, initial coin offerings and blockchain events.

We just added Kleros  with a dedicated ICO listing page to  CryptoSlate's ICO database and is now available on our website.

Check it out here —> https://cryptoslate.com/coins/kleros/

https://i.imgur.com/FtbwiH3.jpg


If you need help in editing any information about your ICO, please go to Kleros ICO page on our website and click "Suggest an Edit".

Feel free to contact us via https://cryptoslate.com/contact/ if you have any questions.
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May 31, 2018, 07:27:26 PM
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Thanks very much.

The listing looks good too.

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June 02, 2018, 07:28:29 PM
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#NEWPOST

Lessons Learned While Building a Production Ready Dapp

Dapp developer Enrique Piqueras takes a technical deep dive into the process of creating a production ready Dapp.

This is the second of a series of posts that detail how we went about creating and deploying our Interactive Coin Offering.


Read More Below.


https://medium.com/kleros/lessons-learned-while-building-a-production-ready-dapp-e72304745104
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June 04, 2018, 05:02:57 PM
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Kleros and Mob Justice: Can the Wisdom of the Crowd Go Wrong?
Comparing Schelling Point Justice to Traditional Justice


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"In Kleros, we resolve disputes through crowdsourcing. Specifically, we randomly select a group of jurors that rule on the case. To incentivize the jurors to be honest, they are rewarded or penalized based on whether or not they are coherent with the vote of others.

The basic idea is that, if you don’t have any information on how the other jurors are going to vote, you think that they are more likely to be honest than not. "

William George Blockchain and cryptoeconomics researcher for Kleros leads the discussion.

https://medium.com/kleros/kleros-and-mob-justice-can-the-wisdom-of-the-crowd-go-wrong-ef311209ea36
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June 08, 2018, 09:47:00 PM
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Why Kleros Needs a Native Token?

The Pinakion (PNK), a crypto-token for creating the right incentives and preventing Sybil attacks.

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At Kleros we are building a blockchain-based, crowdsourced dispute resolution platform. An essential part of the mechanism design is the native pinakion token (PNK).

For each dispute that is arbitrated by Kleros, some number of jurors are required. A jury as small as three people may provide an initial ruling of a dispute. Then if one of the parties decides to appeal the ruling, the number of jurors in subsequent rounds increases.

PNK holders can stake their token in a Kleros court to indicate their availability to serve as jurors.


Read the full article here.

https://medium.com/kleros/why-kleros-needs-a-native-token-5c6c6e39cdfe
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June 12, 2018, 02:49:10 AM
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The latest post to know all about kleros from medium:
https://medium.com/kleros/kleros-community-update-1-consensus-nyc-first-iico-token-sale-gamedrop-open-and-much-more-58d3563db262
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