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Overview of the Kleros ecosystem
The Kleros ecosystem lives and breathes through the disputes brought back to the Court by all arbitrable apps integrated with it. Some are developed by the Cooperative Kleros team (see Products section) but most are external projects plugging into the Kleros products to get arbitration/curation/oracle/escrow services.
In total, we already have more than 60 partners either using our Court and products or participating in joint research on decentralized justice and governance solutions.
These dApps were developed by Kleros using our Court in the background.
Unslashed Finance is an insurance platform for DeFi protocols, wallets, and stablecoins. It uses Kleros arbitration to handle its reimbursement claims process in an unbiased and decentralized manner as anyone can make a claim or challenge a claim and the resulting disputes are solved in a Kleros subcourt.
The Omen prediction market (on Ethereum mainnet and xDai) uses the Kleros Oracle solution (Reality.eth (bond escalation) + Kleros Court (Arbitration)) to rule on the outcome of events that are being predicted in their markets. For example, Kleros jurors rules on famous disputes about the number of Covid deaths in the US in July 2020 (Case 302) and about the winner of 2020 US presidential election (Case 532)
The Gnosis Safe multi-sig wallet can be used for DAO governance purposes thanks to the SafeSnap module. This module is using the Kleros Oracle solution (Reality.eth (bond escalation) + Kleros Court (Arbitration)) to effectively enforce on-chain the implementation and triggering of the proposals voted on by the DAO on Snapshot.
The clr.fund public goods funding protocol uses a Kleros Curate list to curate public goods projects that are eligible to receive donations through quadratic funding. It enables the open and fair filtering of non-public goods projects that would diminish the matching of donations for compliant projects.
The Omen prediction market (on Ethereum mainnet and xDai) uses a Kleros Curate list to curate "Verified Markets" that are well written according to acceptance criteria and to display a "Verified" badge next to them on their UI. It allows users to easily be reassured that they are not participating in a "tricky" market designed to fool the outcome shares buyers.
Zerion DeFi portfolio management tool pulls data from Kleros Tokens to read the tokens held in your wallet and also uses it as a way to verify the correctness information about tokens displayed in its interface (if a token is in at least 2 lists [ex: Kleros + Coingecko], it earns a "Verified" badge.)
Etherscan uses and displays the address tags from the Kleros decentralized address tag registries on Ethereum Mainnet and the xDai/Gnosis Chain). These tags are contributed and verified by the community, and their usage in Etherscan greatly increases the security for Web3 users by allowing them to transact with more confidence with the contracts they are interacting with.
Gitcoin Grants is a product enabling the funding of public goods using quadratic funding. It uses the Proof of Humanity registry as a Sybil Resistance tool. It gives a "Trust Bonus" to its users registered as humans which will increase the amount matched for their donations.
RCN is an open-source global credit network that connects lenders, borrowers, and loan originators on the blockchain to create frictionless, transparent, and borderless debt markets. It uses the Proof of Humanity registry to certify that borrowers/lenders are humans and improve trust.
UBI is a token built on top of the Proof of Humanity registry that is streamed directly to an Ethereum address as long as it gets verified as a human in the Proof of Humanity registry and starts the accrual process, establishing a fair and ongoing distribution model. It provides universal access to liquidity that serves to inhibit financial coercion of public decisions and is tradable in all open markets