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While Mark Zuckerberg Takes On MMA Fighters in The Metaverse, This New Crypto May Be the Next Big Thing – Here’s Why

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The Fight Out (FGHT) presale has raised over $4.6 million, with the price of FGHT tokens now rising every 12 hours, causing a rush among investors to participate. The new total provides the move-to-earn Web3 platform with a significant endorsement from the market, which it will carry into its launch in the second quarter of the year.

With Mark Zuckerberg continuing to put the metaverse in the spotlight, Fight Out is well-positioned to gain plenty of visibility once it launches. And given that it offers a wider variety of activities and features than most other M2E platforms released to date, it and native token FGHT could have a very successful 2023 indeed.

While Mark Zuckerberg Takes On MMA Fighters in The Metaverse, This New Crypto May Be the Next Big Thing – Here’s Why

Towards the end of January, Fight Out entered Stage 2 of its presale, with the price of FGHT now increasing every 12 hours

This acceleration of price hikes has apparently motivated more investors to take the opportunity of obtaining FGHT at the highest possible discount. Because of a total raise of $3 million in the middle of January, the sale has now raised just over $4.6 million.


According to the Fight Out website, the next price rise for FGHT will occur in about three and a half hours, giving interested parties limited time to buy it at its current level of $0.02417. 

What’s interesting is that when the sale ends on March 31 and FGHT is added to exchanges, it will have a listing price of $0.0333. This means that investors who buy now will potentially make a return of 37.7%.

And Fight Out has been steadily confirming exchange support over the past few weeks. Confirmed listings for FGHT now come from LBank Exchange, XT.com and BKEX, with more set to follow soon.

This means that participants in the sale will easily be able to sell their FGHT tokens once it lists, if they so wish. That said, FGHT’s fundamentals mean that it’s likely to see ongoing price increases once it launches and once more users join its platform.

In contrast to simply rewarding steps taken (much like earlier M2E platforms such as STEPN), Fight Out will reward its users for participating in a  wider range of activities and workouts. As such, it will feature on-demand workout classes and live sessions when it launches in Q2, with available workouts set to include weight training, mobility, yoga, meditation, boxing, and many more. 

In other words, Fight Out will be a much more useful tool for getting fit and staying fit, with its workouts and courses available in-app so they can be accessed anytime, anywhere.

In addition, the app will provide a strong social element, enabling users to share their latest workouts and results, discuss news, follow each other, and post status updates. 

However, not only will this help people improve their fitness and health levels, but it will also provide them with crypto-based rewards. These rewards will be distributed in the form of its second native token, REP, which can be used to buy in-game items and remote workouts with trainers.

Along with FGHT, REP will also be usable to pay for Fight Out’s subscription fees, giving both tokens a strong use case. This means that both tokens will experience growing demand as Fight Out becomes more popular as a platform and attracts more adoption.

The Complete Fitness App

If a wide variety of workout activities weren’t enough, Fight Out will also offer highly tailored and beneficial workout programs, including technique-focused courses. The first of these will be its boxing course, which will involve an in-app video series with elite-level trainers, who will teach users the fundamentals of the sport while also helping them to prepare for certified assessments.

All of these features will help Fight Out develop into a hugely comprehensive fitness platform, one which aims to take the M2E and metaverse sectors forwards. It’s worth pointing out that these sectors remain popular and lucrative, with Meta/Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg recently generating headlines after he sparred in virtual reality with MMA champion Alexander Volkanovsk.

This, therefore, leaves Fight Out in an excellent position to have a big 2023, with its FGHT token set to do very well once its presale ends on March 31. Interested investors can still participate in this sale by the official Fight Out website and connecting their WalletConnect or MetaMask wallets. 

It’s worth pointing out that Fight Out already has amassed over 100,000 followers on Twitter, giving an indication of just how popular it has already become. It’s therefore reasonable to expect that it could post some big gains once it lists in April, with certain presale tokens seeing gains of over 1,000% last year.

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