There's a tolerance of 2 percentage points. So if there's a point in time where the market varied between 50.1% and 51.9%, that still counts as an uninturrupted stretch. (And I'd resolve to the midpoint of 51%.)
To be clear, this is about the longest uninterrupted stretch at a certain percentage, not the total added up over the whole lifetime of the market.
Closes at midnight Pacific time on February 1st.
The probability varied between
60% and 62% from 2023-01-30 21:09:22 to 2023-02-01 03:00:00. The market should therefore resolve to 61%.
59.5% and 61.5% from 2023-01-30 21:09:22 to 2023-02-01 00:09:22. The market should therefore resolve to 60.5%, or 61%.
2.00 percentage points exactly, or that the displayed rounded probability may vary within 2 percentage points, e.g., 60-62%?
I'm confused, did the difference really come down to the difference between 61.5%) and 61.5%] ? The Manifold math is all floating point so this seems impossible.
To clarify, I'm confused that in the other comment you say 60.5% and in this comment you say 60.499999999%
You mean the midpoint of 51%, not 50%, right?
oops, ambiguity - by "said this", I mean "said the correction"
@Conflux I feel like I criticise Isaac a lot already, so nit-picking over something so small could sour things, I personally wouldn't mind if it was done to me but I have no idea what he thinks about it so I rather not say anything. I'm probably just overthinking this too...
@Boklam OK I probably went overboard here but let's find out...
60-62% 01-15 23:40:28 - 01-16 21:55:49, 22h 15m 21s
57% 01-16 21:55:49 - 01-17 19:07:09, 21h 11m 20s
It would make things more exciting if you extended time if one side stayed in majority for more than 75% of the time. So other side has a chance to fight. Or maybe that wouldn't work like I'm imagining