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April 08, 2011, 08:26:28 AM
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A few years ago, there was a website called www.owise.com that allowed you to make predictions about the outcome of certain events or situations that might occur in the future. It kept track of your predictions in certain fields (football games, stock market prices etc.) and the more correct you were, the more weight was given to your future predictions in that area. They combined all the various predictions with their associated weights to produce an outcome probability versus time chart for each event being tracked. They also tried to incentivize continued activity and engagement with cash prizes for the most accurate. Obviously they are no longer around, and I do not know what their fate was specifically, but the idea was really neat at the time, and the predictions were fairly accurate. I was wondering if anyone is planning on making or aware of a similar type of website associated with bitcoin.

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