The move will allow players to purchase the sportsbook's proprietary WGR token on mobile with either USD or EURO initially, following an integration with Instaswap and MoonPay.
Players will rejoice at the simplification of buying the tokens to sports bet with, and it will no doubt lead to greater adoption rates as players stay on-site rather than disappear to external exchanges outside of Wagerr's control.
The team has stated that the product launch and integration will:
“mean a much smoother on-boarding experience for new users and void the need to also register with an exchange to get started.”
In the same update, Wagerr also noted that two fixes have been made to the platform. Firstly, the issue surrounding duplicated betting events has been resolved, and secondly, a fix has been implemented to correct missing betting event data on certain events.
Wagerr has been extremely busy in recent months improving its platform and content depth. It has begun to offer new sports, new leagues and made various improvements to its growing offering as a whole.
Most recently, it poked fun at rival ‘sports betting' operation Augur. In doing so, the widely regarded Ethereum prediction platform was targeted as high-cost in comparison to its own proven, fair blockchain sportsbook. Looking at recent turnover for both Augur and Wagerr, it's hard to argue with the latter's point.
Crypto sportsbooks have started to release much improved results of late with the global sporting calendar returning to normal, and those looking for a quality decentralised punt should look no further than Cloudbet and FortuneJack.