While the world of sports hasn't recovered in full, it's interesting to see what blockchain sportsbook Wagerr has been up to.
The headline is that its betting volume has reached 4,020,937 WGR or $81,585 in cash value. Its Net Mint/Burn was posted at 512,296 WGR with the biggest burn coming from Sonnenhof Grossaspac with -118,041 WGR. The biggest mint came from a FC Kaiserslautern event, with 122,410 WGR. The most action was on the Julian Erosa UFC selection, seeing 233, 851 WGR wagered.
Wagerr has been posting a series of updates throughout June and CryptoGamblingNews has been following the developments up close. What we have been able to draw as conclusion is that the platform has been working hard on consolidating its footprint and continuing to add more markets to stay competitive.
Wagerr has been able to grow its portfolio with additions such as esports and soccer, including Estonian soccer. The platform has been happy to pounce at every fresh opportunity to provide bettors with more opportunities to place a successful wager.
Wagerr is not the only crypto and blockchain sportsbook to try and develop a solution that allows sports fans to place a quick wager using the power of the blockchain. Sportsbet.io and Cloudbet are perfect picks if you are looking to make a wager on any sports competition and would much rather use a blockchain solution to do so.