What is an information market?

An information market is where people buy and sell shares on how a future event will resolve. Prices change in response to trading activity. You can buy, trade, or sell shares in future outcomes.

What sets the probabilities on a market?

The prices of shares in each market reflect the probabilities of the outcomes. Shares are valued between $0.00 and $1.00 and prices change depending on traders’ collective beliefs on the likelihood of the market resolving in either direction. For instance, if the price for a “Yes” share is $0.75, then the market believes the probability that the event will occur is 75%.

I have a great idea for a market. Do you take suggestions?

We're always open to ideas! Check out our Discord. We have a channel specifically for market suggestions aptly named “market-suggestions”.