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Fitness Meets Crypto: Fight Out’s Game-Changing Move-to-Earn Platform is Taking the World by Storm – Here’s How it Works

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Move-to-earn project Fight Out is set to change the fitness game with its new app that will see users rewarded for working out.

While other M2E projects have only counted steps, Fight Out will take into account full-body workouts and will be a perfect training partner for all levels of athletes – from novices to world-class professionals.

The app works by using smart technology to build a digital fitness profile and then reward users for training at home or in a gym.

Movement, effort, sleep and nutrition are all tracked with the app then building a digital fitness avatar and providing tailored individual workout regimes.

Fight Out users are then rewarded with REPS – an off-chain, in-app token – which can be used to get discounts on app subscription, book training sessions or classes, or purchase apparel, training supplements and equipment.

The app will not just target strength & conditioning, but will also take into account mental wellbeing, while users can access elite level coaching and high-quality instructional videos to help with their form and technique.

The digital avatars are fully customizable and can be upgraded by spending REPS, with users also able to earn additional rewards by taking part in daily, weekly and monthly challenges against other users.

Unlike other M2E projects, no expensive NFTs are required to get started, with Fight Out working on a more traditional model via monthly subscription.

The project is already making waves in the fitness and sporting industries having signed up four world-class athletes to act as ambassadors. 

UFC pair Taila Santos and Amanda Ribas, who are both ranked top 10 in their respective weight classes, American Ninja Warrior Tremayne Dortch and former world boxing champion Savannah Marshall are already on board.

Marshall, who is expected to challenge for world titles in her next fight, sat down with the Fight Out team to reveal what drives her (video above).

As ambassadors, they will provide masterclass training content and also behind-the-scenes access for users.

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$4 Million Raised

The Fight Out presale launched only launched in December 2022 but has already seen more than $4 million of investment.

Investors can purchase FGHT tokens, which underpin the project and can be staked, which will remain on sale until March 31, 2023, before the project heads for its initial exchange offering.

Several major exchanges have already partnered with the project, including LBank, BKEX, BitForex, XT.com, Changelly Pro and Uniswap to list it from April 5, 2023.

At the time of writing, FGHT tokens cost $0.02109 but increase in price every 12 hours to a max of $0.0333 at the close of the presale – that means those who buy now will have an asset that has increased 58% by the time it is listed.

Presale investors can also earn up to 50% extra FGHT depending on the size of the purchase and the period they choose to lock tokens for.

To get the full 50%, an investor must spend $50,000 and lock tokens for 24 months.

There is a 10 billion max supply of FGHT with 9.5% allocated to the presale, another 4.5% to the bonus scheme and 10% for exchange liquidity.

The remaining allocation will be unlocked over five years and used for the development of the project.

Presale investors additionally get perks through a four-tier membership scheme, with discounted app subscriptions, merch and training sessions among the things on offer.

Fight Out, which is also running a $250,000 FGHT token giveaway, comes from a doxxed and KYC-verified team.

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