There’s 2 types of information- subjective and objective. Subjective information, Trustory won’t work for. Within objective, there’s 2 categories- quantitative and qualitative. Quantitative objective data such as (ballots, weather, etc) is already easily validatable by computers. Qualitative, objective information is where Trustory really shines because qualitative, objective information is hard to validate. It’s hard to validate because it takes a lot of human judgement, and very rarely does one human being put in the effort and time to do that. Getting a lot of people’s opinion (with money tied to it) dramatically reduces the effort and increases the accuracy of confirming something to be not true.
Personally, I don’t care about what is true as much as I care about what is false. I read from credible sources and follow people online who’ve displayed some sort of intellectual honesty so I’m already getting true information. That being said, some false information does slip in either from pop news or through conversation. What I want desperately from Trustory is to find out which information that I thought was true but is actually false. Specifically, I want clarity over crypto regulation. News of a country banning crypto can plunge the market so I just want to be sure that those.