Resolve a dispute


Create a Public Fairness Assessment (PFA) to help negotiate a settlement with a counterparty.

Give your PFA a title.

Add a subtitle. (Optional)

What's the question you’d like the jury’s verdict on?

Write a question or use the default below if a multiple-choice question.

Elaborate or provide additional info. (Optional)

Have the jury vote on the fairness of your topic.

Invite your counterparty to add settlement options. Invite (Your counterparty can add an equal number of choices.)

Select Poll Voter Group:

Do you want to allow people other than these voting groups to vote on?

Pick your jury pool.

(Typical jury pool size: 100 to 1,000 members, depending on case and incentives.)
Choose from the following:

Other categories (These are less-usual types of jurors that have participated in consensus votes.)

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