Will Elon Musk Father Another Child Before August 2023?


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Implied Probability: 35%
European Decimal Odds: 2.857
American Odds: +185.7
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Market Information

Market Open Date Market Close Date Currency Profit Fee
2022-10-31 2023-08-02 USD 0%


This market will resolve positively if Elon Musk is discovered to have fathered (or legally adopted) another child by July 31, 2023 at 11:59PM ET. This market can be resolved by a consensus of credible reporting, or official statements by Elon Musk. If no new spawn of Elon Musk have been reported by July 31, 2023 at 11:59PM ET, then the market will resolve to “No”. Any child must have been born by the market end date, and pregnancy reports will not be sufficient to resolve the market. If a child is not reported or announced by the end date and is later discovered to have been born prior to the end date, this will have no bearing on market resolution.

For the purposes of this market, a child will be considered to be discovered if they are not one of the nine living children confirmed at the time of this market’s conception, regardless of when the child was born. Name changes of existing children and legally adopted last names of any possible new children will not affect the resolution of this market. In the event of any ambiguity or controversy, Insight Prediction reserves the right of judgment. End Date: 08/01/2023

Name (Mother):

Twins (Shivon Zilis)

Exa Dark Sideræl (Grimes)

X AE A-XII (Grimes)

Kai, Saxon and Damian (Justine Wilson)

Griffin and Vivian (Justine Wilson)

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