Canelo vs. GGG match burns 125,000 WGR

The first weekend of action on the WGR betting market saw over 400,000 WGR bet.

Because bets are burned up front and new coins are automatically created (minted) to pay winners, an underdog win for Canelo resulted in a net burn. Anyone can track the net mint or burn on the Wagerr block explorer.

Multiple bets were placed on the Canelo vs. GGG match. The blockchain "burns" all the $WGR when a bet is placed (shown in red). The blockchain "mints" new WGR for the payout (shown in green). The payout to the winning bet was quite small. More WGR was burned than created, resulting in net deflation.

Explorer shows betting details

Check out explorer.wagerr.com to study the details on any bet or network transactoin. The following image shows the losing bet that contributed most to the net deflation for the Canelo vs. GGG bout.

Use the explorer displays details for each bet. 

Deflation is a win for WGR holders

In total for the event, 125,000 WGR was removed from the total coin supply.

Deflation is one of many ways to win with Wagerr.

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