Will this close @ [any prime number] % ?
resolved Apr 8

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vincent pearce

@CalebDitchfield what is your plan on the 10%market?

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Bolton Baileybought Ṁ0 of NO

Resolves to NO. Not sure why we didn't see a lot of activity in the final seconds.

Lavander avatar
Lavanderbought Ṁ10 of YES

Someone probably just bet in the last 2 seconds anyway in the direction that gives them more profit

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Caleb Ditchfieldbought Ṁ100 of YES

Shrug. Could be interesting, due to the fact that primes become more sparse as the odds go up.

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