Category Archives: Prediction Markets

Prediction Market System Architecture

Recently I was working with a prediction market system. In a prediction market, the goal is to predict something such as the winner of a political election with three candidates. You get a group of experts who buy and sell … Continue reading

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Prediction Market Cost of Transaction

Suppose you want to predict which of three candidates will win a political election. One approach is to get a group of experts and allow them to buy and sell shares of each candidate, in a way similar to how … Continue reading

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Prediction Market Liquidity Constant

Suppose you want to predict the outcome of a political election that has four candidates. One approach is to get a group of experts and allow them to buy and sell shares of the candidates in a way that’s similar … Continue reading

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Safe Calculation of ln(exp(a) + exp(b))

I’ve been working with an interesting system called a prediction market. The goal of a prediction market is to predict an outcome such as the winner of a basketball tournament with 64 teams. You get a group of experts and … Continue reading

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Graphing a Prediction Market Cost Function

The goal of a prediction market is to predict an outcome such as the winner of a political election. In a prediction market, a group of experts buys and sells shares in the options in a way similar to the … Continue reading

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Prediction Market Probabilities

Suppose you want to predict which of three soccer teams will win a tournament. In a prediction market, you get a bunch of experts and let them buy and sell shares of each team. The price of a team will … Continue reading

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Initializing a Prediction Market

Suppose you want to predict which of three basketball teams will win a tournament. In a prediction market, you get a bunch of experts and let them buy and sell shares of each team. The price of a team will … Continue reading

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