Find hundreds of active markets and join in discussions with other community members and share information to find a potential outcome. Bet on any markets and manage your own profit and loss by buying or selling a position.

To make it more personal, create your own list of markets that you are interested in by pressing a single button and it will be added in the watchlist page. It is fairly simple, yet so powerful.
We are dedicated to build the smartest and the most engaging platform for the community to share information using the block-chain system.
As one of the leading canadian tech companies in the growing cryptocurrency era, we want to show that our product is better and more genuine. We are working hard to build a better and more reliable platform that enables users to communicate and share knowledge.

We first indentified our audience to understand what kind of market we are in. We knew it's impossible to categorize users based on their age or their personality. Our solution was that we primarily focused on users from all age groups who have the background and/or share the interests in cryptocurrency, technology and finance. By doing this it enabled us to narrow down our creative direction that would fit with the persona of our target users.

I began with research process. My team and I tested out 3 available products in the market which were, PredictIt and Augur for about a week. I collected all the feedbacks to understand good and bad things from each product that we experienced (both user experience and user interface) and then spent the next 2-3 hours brainstorming our materials. To summarize my research, we believed that usability and readibility are critical to design a good application. Our goal was to build an application that feels cohesive from page to page, improves users' engagement with the community and creates the experience that's intuitive and user-friendly.

Pen and paper were ready on my desk and I started sketching out my rough ideas. We did not want to copy others' design, however we wanted to provide similar user experience that we thought was very natural and worked really well. I explored some more ideas and tried different designs until I came to a design that I was satisfied with.

After my sketch was reviewed and finalized, I built low fidelity wireframes. We had a couple back and forth meetings to review and revise some design and I personally felt this period of time was great, because we were able to make sure everything was good. We fixed some tiny details of the UI structure that made our design felt moving to the direction we wanted to be.

I worked on the journey map and user flow documents for our developers to learn on how the application works. I then created low fidelity prototypes and sent them to our team for final testing and to take another chance to hear their feedbacks. After it's finalized I moved onto the final stage.

I explored and chose colors that speak subtleness, intelligence, humanity and savviness. I then began working on the final UI design and everything was polished to the highest quality I could do. Details and colors were added. Finally, after the design was approved I proceeded to create final UI component and UI layout documents and developers got their hands working on the actual application and I have been communicating with them and managing the progress of our production page by page.

Our web application is currently on 'progress'. It might takes several months before we're able to launch it.