Fight Out’s Move-to-Earn Technology Pays You to Exercise and Get Fit – Here’s How it Works
Revolutionary new crypto project Fight Out allows gym goers to get paid for exercising in the comfort of their own homes or at the gym.
While previous M2E projects have focused solely on counting steps, Fight Out is pushing the boundaries of move-to-earn by focusing on entire workout regimes with its exciting new app.
It promises to upend the whole fitness industry and Fight Out also has ambitious plans to build real-world gyms that are packed with Web3 features.
Get Paid to Exercise
Previous M2E projects have come under fire for their limited scope - such as only counting steps - the need for expensive NFTs to get started and flawed rewards systems that require huge effort to earn.
Fight Out does away with all that and works on a more traditional membership/subscription model that is aimed for gym goers of all levels - from total beginners to professional athletes.
The app uses innovative technology and key indicators such as movement, effort, sleep and nutrition to build a digital fitness profile and tailor individual workouts, which cater for strength and conditioning and mental wellness.
Users then earn rewards in the form of REPS - a second, off-chain token - for completing workouts at home or in the gym, which can be used on a variety of things including discounts on gym membership and app subscriptions, to purchase apparel or training equipment or book personal training sessions.
Additional REPS can also be earned by users pitting themselves against others in daily, weekly and monthly challenges.
The app will contain access to elite-level coaching and also provides high-quality instructional videos for users.
The first Fight Out real-world gyms are expected to open their doors in late 2023, with the team already scouting locations for the first venue.
FGHT Tokenomics and Presale Info
FGHT tokens, which are used to underpin the project and aid in its long-term development, are currently on presale where their price increases every 12 hours to a maximum of $0.0333 on March 31, 2023.
FGHT is then heading for exchanges from April 5, 2023, and has already secured major listings with BKEX, LBank and BitForex.
Those who invest in the presale can earn up to 50% extra FGHT in bonuses - they are triggered depending on the amount purchased and the vesting period chosen by the investor.
FGHT tokens can also be staked to generate a passive income for the user, or be used to get significant discounts on purchasing additional REPS.
Fight Out also has four membership levels- contender, champion, world champion, undisputed champion - to investors to gain additional perks including free app subscriptions for a set time and signed merchandise.
Fight Out - which is also running a $250,000 FGHT token giveaway - has allocated 9% of the 10 billion max supply to the presale, 4.5% for bonuses and 10% for exchange liquidity.
The remaining 76.5% will be unlocked over five years and will be used for future growth.
The Fight Out team is doxxed and has been KYC-verified by CoinSniper, while the FGHT token smart contract has been audited by Certik.
The whitepaper has more information on Fight Out, while the Telegram group has the latest news.
- Read through our full guide on how to buy FGHT tokens during the presale.
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