The move-to-earn Step App (FITFI) is a Web 3.0 digital fitness protocol that combines exercise, socializing, gaming, and cryptocurrency earning into one package.
A small-cap altcoin that allows users to earn tokens through active involvement is outperforming the crypto markets.
Fit Finance is abbreviated as FITFI. Users will be able to buy digital sneakers in the form of non-fungible tokens as part of the app’s gaming features (NFTs). KCAL and SNEAK are two other coins that are used in the ecosystem.
The project’s litepaper explains,
“KCAL tokens are the in-game token… used to buy SNEAKs and are earned from running while staking a SNEAK.”
FITFI supporters gain tickets that allow them to attend NFT drop events, when new collections are unveiled.
Step App launched in the fourth quarter of 2021 and already had over 113,000 sign-ups before its recent beta launch.
The Step App, according to the project’s website, is “powered by the leading technologies in metaverse, augmented reality, and blockchain” to assist users achieve their fitness objectives while simultaneously competing with other users.
FITFI was listed on the Singapore-based Crypto.com App’s marketplace last week, as was the Hong Kong exchange Huobi.
Michaal van de Poppe, a well-known crypto analyst, is especially interested in the investing potential of the new fitness-oriented crypto niche.
Van de Poppe tweets to his 591,500 followers:
The Step App token debuted on Tuesday at a price of $0.187, gradually rising to a high of $0.642 on May 1st, representing a 243 percent increase.
FITFI has since experienced some choppy corrective price movement, trading for $0.538 at the time of writing, down 5.84 percent.
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