Taking a closer look at the results, Wagerr ran a total of 171 events, taking an estimated $99,797 in wagers, better than last week’s result in terms of total betting volume. The net mint/burn amounted to 135,746 $WGR and the biggest burn happened on more Belarussian football, with Rukh Brest & Smolevichi Sti Draw taking -70,389 WGR.
Naturally, the biggest mint came on the BTC halving with 181,906 $WGR paid out, potentially because of the crypto nature of the Wagerr community. CryptoGamblingNews.com did a quick survey on what our readers’ most preferred betting market was with sports betting dying down, and cryptocurrency predictions came a worthy second with 29% of the votes.
The most action was seen on Taichung Futuro, a football club in Taiwan. There have also been a spate of changes and improvements at Wagerr, too. For starters, Wagerr added The Hungarian Cup and Estonia’s Meistriliiga before that.
Understandably, the restart of the Bundesliga earlier in May was also a huge deal for Wagerr. Esports and UFC have been two other worthwhile additions for the operator, which is gathering quite a bit of social media momentum and has led to an increase in registrations.
The latest update put the market cap at $4,441,387 and the total supply at 212,247,703 WGR. It has been a good week for Wagerr, and definitely slightly better than last week’s report, with the sporting world slowly waking from its slumber.
It’s good to see that Wagerr has not only succeeded in staying resilient, but also has been showing strong improvement as the world prepares to return to some form of normality.