Wagerr releases Reno update

Wagerr has announced the arrival of its optimized platform, version 4.0, which will aim to improve things across the board.

As part of the upgrade, Wagerr is debuting new markets, including parlays and Asian spreads, and boosting the overall speed, efficacy and stability of the platform up a notch. To access the new update, though, stakeholders will need to resynchronize fully.

Moving forward, Wagerr expects to deliver a 20x faster wallet sync and 100x faster bet processing. Users will end up with a more responsive user interface and benefit from an evolved betting experience, routine transactions, as well as the way they access and navigate through events.

The Reno update will consume less memory and have a stable, solid uptime to bring even more opportunities for stakeholders to focus on the experience in full.

Reno comes with a special event tracking and bet handling infrastructure empowering the future of crypto betting.

The first hard fork will occur at block height 150100, which is expected around January 7, 2021. If you currently use Wagerr and possess any masternodes, you must make sure to resynchronize both your local and remote nodes and restart the masternodes from the local wallet.

To find out more about the update itself, CGN recommends stopping by the official guide. If you are looking to start your crypto sports betting adventure at a proper sportsbook, Wagerr is definitely the right pick for you.

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Written by Alex


Alex is a well-rounded crypto writer who focuses on general market and legal developments. His main interest lies in how crypto gaming can become a more permanent part of the gaming landscape and how blockchain holds benefits to players they are not even aware of.

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