This article documents the Mediator role.
TODO: transcribe / adapt this section to the dedicated Mediation process article, such that it can be consumed by both mediators and users alike. This section will remain, but should consist of a shorter list of bullet points linking to the Mediation article, being available on Keybase, mentioning what to do with updating / creating bug issues.
- Contact both parties of the trade (BTC buyer and BTC seller) to find out what the problem is and why the Support ticket was opened.
- Check: Maker Fee Transaction ID, Taker Fee Transaction ID and Deposit Transaction ID to make sure the transaction was published and funds aren't stuck.
- If needed, Mediator will require the private keys from both traders to carry out a manual payout.
- In case of disagreement or unclear information, verified proof of payment may be required to either party by the Mediator.
- Close the ticket after analyzing the information obtained from both parties.
- Being available on Keybase to help users that may not be able to reach out through the Bisq app.
- Respond time of 24 hours or less.
- When bugs occur, create detailed issues on https://github.com/bisq-network/support/issues and notify L2 Support.
- Writer access to the
- Compensation request rights per case solved
A 10,000 BSQ bond is required. See https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/blob/42a037e/core/src/main/java/bisq/core/dao/state/model/governance/BondedRoleType.java#L68