🔨 Centralized Arbitrator🔨
The Centralized Arbitrator dashboard allows anyone to quickly deploy and operate a centralized arbitrator from a graphical user interface. This serves as a quick demonstration tool and can help to debug arbitrable apps trying to integrate with Kleros Court as an arbitrator.
How does it work?
You start by accessing the dashboard and connecting with a Metamask wallet set to the correct network you want to test on.
The Centralized Arbitrator can be used on:
(You can request new testnet support to Kleros team)
Then, you choose between:
Deploying a new centralized arbitrator
Your current Ethereum address will be the owner and will be able to set rulings.
You have to set an arbitration fee amount that can be modified later on.
Selecting an already deployed centralized arbitrator
by inputting its address in the relevant field
or selecting it in the dropdown list if you already used it locally.
You can change the arbitration fee required by your arbitrator if needed;
On the list below, you will be able to track incoming disputes from arbitrable apps, filter them by status and give rulings directly from the interface.