The update will focus on three main verticals – Core, Betting, and Adoption. With the imminent “Reno” launch covering Core, Wagerr has come up with a number of exciting features to offer the community in its latest update.
To improve the betting experience, Wagerr will introduce parlay betting and optimise the performance and sync speed of betting transactions, possibly improving in-play features in future.
The community will similarly benefit from the “quick chance games framework,” which will promote community-created games, along with dice games and the introduction of the Electrum SVP wallet roll out.
Wagerr will also introduce a dedicated browser wallet extension as part of its Ledger Hardware wallet integration. Players will also see the platform tie-up new partnerships with liquidity providing services, ensuring a more fluid betting experience.
There will also be an off-chain referral system for affiliate sites and services, with Wagerr trying to increase awareness from June onwards. Players will also be able to bet directly off affiliates’ websites and its token, $WGR, is set to be listed on a regulated US-based exchange in the coming months.