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Produce a Rules doc #80

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m52go opened this Issue Aug 20, 2018 · 4 comments

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m52go commented Aug 20, 2018

Continuing this discussion.

The mandate of the Rules doc is broader, meant to cover rules for all trades (not just F2F) as well as arbitration, so it makes sense to designate 1 place in this repo to discuss the whole thing.

For now the Rules doc is a placeholder (as soon as this is merged). I've linked to this issue at the top of the placeholder for people to get updates.

After the placeholder is merged, I'll open a [WIP] PR that works toward a complete Rules doc.

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m52go commented Nov 16, 2018

@ManfredKarrer how imminent is the update to the trading protocol without arbitrators?

I'd like to finish this doc and get rid of this issue...so if it's going to happen soon, maybe I shouldn't add details about arbitration.

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ManfredKarrer commented Nov 17, 2018

@m52go A team has started working on it. It requires the DAO to be launched so I would estimate about 3 months.
Regarding the rules: There will be no so much change in the new model, just that the mediator plays the role fo the arbitrator and has no "executive" power.
There will be likely also a period where we need to support both protocols. Don't know the details yet how we will do that...

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m52go commented Nov 18, 2018

Cool...sounds like arbitration details will still be useful for some time, so I'll include them.

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cbeams commented Nov 20, 2018

Cool...sounds like arbitration details will still be useful for some time, so I'll include them.

Yes, please do. We need a good place to point people to on this, and there really isn't anything at the moment.

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