In the short video published in a Tweet, Wagerr suggests that sports bettors who have opted for Augur, even to try, have made “every wrong choice a middle-aged man can make.”
The rendition is of course meant as a good-natured ribbing as the scene is cut out of Joe Paterno, a movie by Barry Levinson starting Al Pacino as the former Penn State namesake football coach.
The tweet is lightsome and in a way it attests Augur’s growing presence in the blockchain betting space, without giving the platform too much credit. Wagerr has been holding great positions in the blockchain sports betting space.
Even though sports have been slower than usual this year, the platform has used the opportunity to introduce many new betting markets and options. Wagerr similarly explained what the Mints and Burns were in detail and why they made it possible for the company to “never go bust.”
The latest results also showed growth, which Wagerr of course interpret as a positive trend. Augur’s footprint may be a little smaller, but the company is putting in a lot of effort to grow its product on a purely technological level.
Recently, Augur launched V2. With the launch of the sports betting UI, Augur sends a clear message: there is a new worthwhile contender in the blockchain betting space. Wagerr is certainly aware of the implications.
Last but not least, we have consumers. If experience is any indicator, having more companies vie for the same base of sports bettors is actually good for the punters. Currently there are already some great options for crypto punters, including Cloudbet and FortuneJack. Players will have more great promotions to choose from and pick the selections that offer the best odds.