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Can You Really Get Paid to Exercise? the Truth About the New Train-to-Earn Cryptocurrency

Jimmy Aki
Last updated: | 3 min read

The only reward for exercising is a great physical condition, which is why most people spend thousands of dollars on courses and a strict eating regimen to attain premium exercise services.

What if there is a way where you can continue your fitness journey without making a dent in your finance? 

What if there is a means where you don’t only give but receive something back in cash?

67% Bonus for FGHT Early Investors

Living a healthy lifestyle is equated to having a great financial position, and that is what Fight Out aims to do. 

Besides being a play-to-earn project, the protocol infuses a gaming aspect into its operations.

However, its lineup of revenue-generating avenues has piqued the interest of many investors.

At press time, Fight Out is in its presale stage and has gathered over $5.6 million in a few months.

Early-bird investors will also be able to access up to 67% in bonus tokens from the Fight Out team when they buy up to $50,000 in FGHT and a vesting period of 36 months.

This does not end here, though. Importantly, users will be able to avoid vesting their tokens and will be airdropped up to 10% of their previous holdings.

They will also earn 5% in the USDT referral program, and investors who buy before the price reaches $0.0333 will receive up to 28% in bonus, making the project a bonus bonanza.

Besides earning more tokens from buying early, the Fight Out team will reward early buyers with free non-fungible token (NFT) soulbound avatars. 

This is a breakaway from the usual trend where play-to-earn (P2E) projects require users to own in-house NFTs to access their platforms. 

On Fight Out, early-bird investors will be airdropped NFTs and other exclusive content once the project fully launches.

Train Hard, Earn Big

The health and fitness industry is reportedly worth $87 billion. According to a market report, the US health and fitness market is worth $33.25 billion, with approximately 39% of US residents owning gym memberships.

This indicates a strong and established market niche in which many people are concerned about their health and appearance.

However, the conventional health and fitness space is deeply flawed. Users only depend on the centralized entities that churn out similar content with no personalized fitness regimen for them. 

Fight Out aims to change this by providing unique fitness exercises and challenges for users to hit their tip-top shape.

The first is a regular exercise regime, where users are presented with daily challenges and workouts to complete. They can then compete in player-vs-player competitions as well as against professional athletes. 

All these exercises will be carried out in the metaverse, which users will gain access to via their soulbound NFT avatar. This avatar will act as a digital twin, reflecting their current fitness in the virtual reality landscape.

Amazingly, users will be rewarded with in-game currency REPS for hitting their fitness goals. These digital assets can also be purchased using the FGHT, and those who do so will receive a bonus.

Besides this, REPS will be used to improve the virtual stats of soulbound avatars and change their physical appearance.

Another unique aspect of Fight Out is that it is a train-to-earn protocol, which requires users to physically exert themselves to earn the FGHT token.

The project is the first pure-blood blockchain project to offer combat sports with professional athletes and among users. This way, users can easily burn calories by interacting with the metaverse-focused project.

Fight Out is one of the concepts that Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg has previously referred to in his comments on a UFC metaverse

With the blockchain project, users will also be able to wager on tournaments and individual fighters.

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