Let’s get ready to rumble! Bet on Mayweather vs McGregor through the Blockchain

On the 26th of August, the biggest fight of the year is set to take place between Mayweather vs McGregor in Nevada. The media has been a complete whirlwind of hype over this event due to the controversy outside of the ring. Floyd Mayweather Jr., according to many sports websites, is ranked as the greatest boxer in the last 25 years. Still undefeated in his boxing career, Mayweather is a force to be reckoned with. In this fight, we will see Mayweather coming out of retirement to fight the greatest trash talker of all time, Conor McGregor.

McGregor, a mixed martial artist and professional boxer, is currently the UFC Lightweight Champion and former UFC Featherweight Champion. His main appeal, however, is his unorthodox out of the ring antics and use of psychological warfare against his opponents. The fight is going to be watched all over the world; but not only this, viewers all around the world now have the opportunity to bet on the outcome, regardless of restrictive betting laws.

Wagerr, a decentralized betting token on the Waves platform, are now taking bets for the Mayweather vs McGregor fight. With the Wagerr tokens themselves, punters can bet on the outcome of the fight by sending the tokens to the specific address for that fighter. This all must be done from a personal Waves wallet and not from an exchange or the ICO website.

Current betting odds at present writing are:

– Conor McGregor odds: +450 / 5.500

– Floyd Mayweather Jr. odds: -450 / 1.222

In order to make a bet, send Wagerr to the addresses listed on the website at https://wagerr.com/

With government restrictions, even banning gambling of any sort, Wagerr is providing an outlet for punters all around the world. Fortunately, due to the decentralized nature of the Waves Platform, anyone world wide will have the ability to bet on the Mayweather vs McGregor. But this is only the beginning.

The results of the Mayweather vs McGregor will also instill a great deal of confidence in Wagerr investors, as the website states, all funds will be paid out, even if the fight incurs losses to the Wagerr team. Additionally, the fight will also see all half the transaction fees from the fight burnt, causing the supply of Wagerr to shrink.

According to Wagerrs Developmental Update,

“The response on Mayweather vs McGregor has been tremendous. Nearly ¾ of a million wagerr have been put on the line, which means one thing….

Wagerr. Will. Be. Burned.

As it will be on the live chain, Wagerr will be burning the fees. Should the bet result in Wagerr.com carrying a loss, the team will cover it out of the funds allocated to compensate the original developers of Wagerr.”

Apart from the fight itself, Wagerr is certainly making strides ever since the ending of the ICO. Since the ICO, Wagerr has hired two capable C++ developers with previous blockchain experience; the kind of prerequisites well sort after in the crypto space. Also, the Wagerr team gave investors a small teaser of a potential Bitcoin ATM deal where Wagerr would be implemented on all of the ATMs of that company.

For more information, head to https://wagerr.com/.