gun bet propose

Propose an event to bet on and how much you are willing to risk.

Synopsis

gun bet propose [options] <event-url>

For example

gun bet propose https://h00.ooo/random/2021-11-01T00:00:00/heads_tails.winner

Description

gun bets start with a proposal which set the oracle, event and value the proposer will risk on the bet.

The oracle and the event are embedded in the <event-url> like https://h00.ooo/random/2021-08-11T04:29:00/heads_tails.winner. Right now only https URLs are supported. The oracle for the bet is the host of the URL e.g. h00.ooo. In order to discover an oracle and event to bet on you can use an oracle explorer like outcome.observer. Note carefully that you can only bet on events with two outcomes.

The command will output the proposal as a # delimited string with the binary data encoded with base2048.

⚠️The binary data includes the on-chain input the proposer is using for the bet. These are unencrypted and viewable by anyone. Therefore, if you are posting the proposal publicly you must first ask yourself whether you really want these on-chain inputs to be linked to the identity that posts it.

Change

Currently it is possible to include a change output in the proposal where your excess over the value you want to bet will go. While the proposal is active these coins will be reserved for the bet and in-use. It is a good idea to use gun split to create an output with the exact amount of coins you want to risk as a proposer to avoid this. For technical reasons in the future change outputs for the proposer may be removed so you should get used to doing this now!

Options

-v, --value <value>

The value you want to risk on the bet. If you don't provide it you'll be prompted for it. Can be all to go "all in" with the coins in your wallet, otherwise an amount and denomination like 0.01BTC or 10000sat.

-t, --tags <tags>...

Add human readable tag to the bet as you create it.

-y, --yes

Skip all [y/n] prompts by just answering yes to all of them.