Prediction markets provide special instruments for creating assets with their end-value tied to specific events, such as which presidential candidate will win an election, or parameters like the prices of stocks by the end of the year. In fact, current market prices of these instruments are odds-on forecasts of their underlying events or parameter values, and are analogues of sports bets. In Amoveo, users enter into an agreement in the form of a smart contract. For example, one of the users says that Bitcoin will rise in price by the year’s end, another says that it will get cheaper. Both wager some VEO on it. If one of the participants wins, he receives the whole sum. A smart contract about this is registered on the network. At the end of the year, the network obtains the price of Bitcoin through oracles and determines the winner.