Fight Out Move-to-Earn Crypto Takes the Market by Storm – Less Than 24 Hours Remain For 50% Bonus
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Less than 12 hours remain for investors to buy FGHT tokens before the price increases and the chance to earn up to 50% in bonuses is gone.
That's because the Fight Out presale is quickly heading into stage 2 - which will begin from 4am UTC on Tuesday, January 24, 2023.
Investors have been rushing to buy into the high-potential move-to-earn project which has already raised more than $3.25 million in its presale.
That is expected to step up in the final hours of the presale.
Move Fast or Miss Out on 50% Bonuses
Those who invest in stage 1 have two major advantages over those who wait for stage 2.
Firstly, although the price of FGHT is currently $0.0166, that will change over time to a maximum of $0.0333 when the presale ends on March 31, 2023.
That means stage 1 buyers will have an asset that has increased by 100% before the token is even listed on exchanges - with LBank and BitForex already confirmed and more to be announced before the April 5, 2023, initial exchange offering.
Stage 1 buyers also have the chance to earn up to 50% in bonus tokens depending on the size of their purchase and the length of time they choose to lock their tokens.
To earn the maximum, investors must spend $50,000 or more and lock tokens for 24 months - as an example, that purchase would secure 4.5 million FGHT tokens before stage 1 closes compared to just 1.5 million in the final stages of the presale.
Four different membership levels also grant further rewards including discounts on gym membership and app subscriptions and signed merchandise.
To buy tokens, interested investors should read through our full how-to-buy FGHT guide.
Fight Out to Revolutionize Move-to-Earn
While other leading M2E projects launched to huge hype and reached huge market caps, Fight Out is set to revolutionize the fitness world through its market-leading app.
The app will take into account movement, effort, sleep and nutrition to build a digital fitness profile and provide tailored workout regimes to individual users - the programs do not just focus on strength and conditioning but also health and wellbeing.
While other M2E projects have just counted steps for rewards, Fight Out users earn by completing workouts at home or in a gym.
Users earn REPS, a second off-chain token, which can be used to pay for discounts on gym membership and app subscription, to book personal training sessions or purchase apparel, supplements or equipment. Further REPS can also be earned by pitting yourself against other users in daily, weekly and monthly challenges.
As well as the fitness app, Fight Out also has huge plans to build and develop real-world gyms in key locations around the world.
They will be fitted out with Web3 features such as sensors that track workouts and 'mirrors' that display the fitness profile.
Locations for the first gym are already being looked at, with the roadmap stating the first venue is planned to launch in late 2023.
The Fight Out team, which has been doxxed and KYC verified by CoinSniper, has also signed on four world-class athletes to act as ambassadors for the project, not only to market it but to provide exclusive content such as training masterclasses and behind-the-scenes access.
Savannah Marshall, who is expected to fight Claressa Shields in a rematch of the most-watched women's boxing match ever, top 10 UFC pair Taila Santos - who narrowly lost a title fight to Valentina Shevchenko - and Amanda Ribas and American Ninja Warrior Tremayne Dortch have all signed on.
There is a max supply of 10 billion tokens in the supply with 30% of those allocated to the presale, 15% for the bonus scheme and another 5% for liquidity.
The remaining 50% will be vested and unlocked over the next five years and will be used for the continued development of the project.
The FGHT token smart contract has been fully audited by Certik.