Its updates starts by stating it has introduced a significant improvement of the UX and UI, addressing pressing issues that have complicated the ease of use previously. The company has also introduced the SportX World Tour tournaments, which has posted reassuring growth metrics.
Meanwhile, the app has introduced other changes allowing users to sign up quickly and also find ways to send relevant information to consumers. All registered users are allowed to refer their friends to SportX and earn a share of the fees.
This sum could reach 25% of all commissions paid by any users that sign through the referral link, the platform explained in the update. In a similar vein of improvement, SportX has introduced a highly customisable UI, adding a basic and pro mode of the bet slip, as well as allowing for quick adjusting of bet size.
The platform is powered by the Ethereum blockchain and it’s not the only company to try and host a sports betting exchange over the past months. The concept of exchanges was first introduced by Betfair, a mainstream bookmaker.
Meanwhile, the crypto world has seen several successful projects in this sector, including Cloudbet and Sportsbet.io, which are considered two of the best examples of how a blockchain sportsbook should operate.