Prediction Market Scaffold using augur - launch a prediction market in minutes.
Hydro Protocol is an open source framework for building decentralized exchanges and other DeFi projects.
More detailed information can be found in our developer documentation.
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This repository will guide you through setting up your own Hydro-Augur Relayer on the Ethereum blockchain. When you finish the steps outlined in this guide, you will have:
It should take less than 10 minutes to get your Prediction Market running.
The only required software that you must have installed are
If you don't already have them installed, you can follow this link to install them (free).
Clone this repo
git clone https://github.com/hydroprotocol/hydro-augur-scaffold
Change working dir
Build and launch your hydro prediction market
docker-compose up --build -d
This step may takes a few minutes. When complete, it will start all necessary services.
It will use ports
8545 on your computer. Please make sure that these ports are available.
Check out your Prediction Market
Open http://localhost:3000/ on your browser to see your prediction market in action!
Now that your PM is up on your local server, let's try it out a bit.
Connect a wallet
Install the metamask wallet browser extension
Note - currently, we only support metamask as your wallet. If you have metamask installed, please move to the next section.
Metamask's default network is mainnet. For our augur scaffold, we will use localhost to test for now.
Open the metamask extension and switch the network to
Import an account
We have already prepared a pre-filled address for you! The private key is
0xb7a0c9d2786fc4dd080ea5d619d36771aeb0c8c26c290afd3451b92ba2b7bc2c, address is
Import the private key into your metamask then switch to this account.
Make some trades
Now that your wallet is setup, you can make some trades on your local server to test it out. Try making a buy and sell order.
Display the status of all services running
This command displays the status of all services running in docker. It's helpful for troubleshooting and for understanding the combination of components that goes into running your DEX.
Stopping your Relayer
This command will stop all of the current services running in docker.
Restarting your Relayer
docker-compose pull && docker-compose up -d
The same command that you ran to start it the first time can be used for subsequent restarts. Always run the pull command first, as the docker-compose up command will not run without an image.
# view logs of the service that defined in docker-compose.yml services # e.g. view watcher log docker-compose logs --tail=20 -f watcher # e.g. view api log docker-compose logs --tail=20 -f api
Much like the status, viewing the logs can give you an idea of the specific details involved in each service.
Update this repo
git pull origin master
Completely clean the old state (data will be deleted)
docker-compose down -v
This project is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License - see the LICENSE file for details