Wagerr looking good as NFL approaches

An estimated 5.49 million WGR was staked during the period, equivalent to around $272,000. The results were a bit down week-over-week, but nothing to worry about all things considered.

The net mint/burn amounted to 79,750 WGR, and the biggest burn came on a Kristiansund BK selection, with Denver Nuggets turning the biggest mint with 174,538 WGR. Meanwhile, the game between Sandefjord vs Kristiansund BK saw the most action with 238,463 WGR wagered.

The market cap stood at $11,057,313 at the end of the week and the total WGR supply was reported at 213,140,802, with the locked supply was at 33%. Masternodes were reported at 2817.

Oracle Rewards stood at 26.04WGR per node and MN Rewards posted approximately 7.79%. Overall, Wagerr has been in an upswing and consistently so. The return of the NFL season is definitely whipping up quite a bit of excitement, while the NBA has definitely helped Wagerr in the most recent weeks.

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Written by Roman


Roman is a big crypto enthusiast and a bigger sports fan, so crypto sports betting comes as a major interest for him. Has been involved with the gambling industry since 2017 and sees crypto as a major breakthrough for the payments side, specially beyond first world countries.

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