BETR offering evolves with elevated sports markets

Following the successful launch of BETR’s platform for the World Cup, growth has continued for the BETR app with new markets including the J-league and MLS, as well as plans to offer baseball and horseracing in the very near future.

BETR is also delighted to have recently completed an agreement with Changelly for listing on their exchange, which will enable easy token purchasing using credit cards on the widget on betr.org website, a major breakthrough. The BETR team are also actively working with 3rd parties to provide more user-friendly cashiers and payment options both inwards and outwards.

CEO and Founder, Adriaan Brink commented: “We provided comprehensive markets for all World Cup games including in-game markets and the level of laying provided large betting opportunities from the start. We naturally encountered some challenges, especially concerning gas costs on the Ethereum network, but we’re working on enhancements in the short term to mitigate the costs and longer term looking for more robust Blockchain solutions while still retaining our core commitment to keeping the betting process on chain and decentralised.”

“We are on track, delivering what our white paper promised, on time and with a nomination for ‘Best Cryptocurrency Gaming Platform’ in the CEEG Awards, things are looking promising for BETR,” added Brink.

Using the BETR system, bets are layed, matched and resulted on the Blockchain using both an Android and Web app.  The apps use the same APIs which are now complete and documented on the website, enabling 3rd party app development.

BETR will launch the updated version before the start of the European football season in the autumn.  

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