Sentiment Protocol: A Decentralized Protocol Leveraging Crowdsourced Wisdom

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Abstract

The wisdom of the crowd is a valuable asset in today’s society. It is not only important in predicting elections but also plays an essential role in marketing and the financial industry. Having a trustworthy source of opinion can make forecasts more accurate and markets predictable. Until now, a fundamental problem of surveys is the lack of incentives for participants to provide accurate information. Classical solutions like small monetary rewards or the chance of winning a prize are often not very attractive for participants. More attractive solutions, such as prediction markets, face the issue of illegality and are often unavailable. In this work, we present a solution that unites the advantages from classical polling and prediction markets via a customizable incentivization framework. Apart from predicting events, this framework can also be used to govern decentralized autonomous organizations.

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Muehlemann, A. (2018). Sentiment Protocol: A Decentralized Protocol Leveraging Crowdsourced Wisdom. Ledger, 3. https://doi.org/10.5195/ledger.2018.113

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