Wagerr has published an extensive report covering the 93 days between January 1 and April 4, 2021. In the company's signature style, Wagerr has made sure to cover a lot of the key metrics that stakeholders and partners would be interested in.
There have been 4,776 events to bet on which have, in turn, elicited no fewer than 83,532,972 total bets. The annualized bet amount amounted to $17,042,613, an impressive sum for a startup that is championing blockchain betting.
Last week alone, Wagerr saw 330 events generating 5,689,480 total bets. The total supply of WGR has reached 216,064,795 with the price at $0.11 at the time of reported. Unlocked supply amounted to 149,389,795 and total bet volume has reached 626,672,276, the company said in the report.
There are roughly 51 events per day with 898,204 in WGR bet and -27,718 burn amount reported, translating into $ Burn -$3,071 as per report. Taking a look at last week's numbers the average events were just 47, marking a small dip, which is to be expected. WGR tweeted that over 10% of all $WGR bet were burnt last week, and the platform continues to carry on as one of the most trusted blockchain betting projects.
In the meantime, Wagerr has accepted bids from mainstream sportsbook which are looking to hedge against some unpredicted events. Apart from Wagerr, other worthwhile sportsbooks include Cloudbet and Sportsbet.io.