Move-to-Earn fitness app Fight Out announces their brand ambassador lineup along with $FGHT token presale numbers.
Only a few days after announcing their Move-to-Earn (M2E) token presale, Fight Out raised more than $2.52 million. The metaverse and M2E cryptocurrency also hit the ground running by recently onboarding several elite athletes as ambassadors.
In addition Fight Out is taking another step forward on its roadmap, as the fitness app is about to drop its invitation-only beta in the first quarter of 2023. The full version of the app will be launched during the following quarter.
$FGHT presale ends March 31st
Accessing the application will be possible through $FGHT, which is the native cryptocurrency of the Fight Out ecosystem. The presale is set to end on March 31st, 2023, and it will then be listed on a centralized exchange starting on April 5th, 2023.
Those who are interested in the M2E project can visit fightout.com to learn more about how to participate in this presale.
Another incentive to participate in this presale is the $250k Fight Out giveaway. One lucky winner will get $250k worth of $FGHT tokens. To participate, visit the official website and complete the nine tasks stated on the platform.
Taila Santos, Amanda Ribas and Savannah Marshall join Fight Out as Ambassadors
The appeal of Fight Out has attracted many high-level combat athletes to join the project as Ambassadors. These professionals have amassed a massive online following and proven their tenacity in Combat Sports.
Leading the list are Brazilian MMA fighters Amanda Ribas and Taila Santos. Both are UFC stars and are considered among the best athletes in the sport. Ribas is ranked as the 9th best fighter in the UFC Strawweight division and is also 15th in the flyweight rankings. Taila Santos, on the other hand, ranks number 2 in the Flyweight division of the UFC.
As Fight Out’s goal is to make people “fighting” ready, having two representatives who hold a high level of renown in the Ultimate Fighting Championship is significant. It will allow investors to get access to workout and in-person training from these players so that normal people can also level up their fitness goals.
Savannah Marshall is another addition to the Fight Out ambassador lineup. In addition to being one of the top women boxers in the world, she has achieved the most viewed numbers for her fight against American Claressa Shields. While Marshall already has a healthy number of followers on Instagram – 122k – more could be coming thanks to her candid and appreciative attitude after her fight against her American rival.
Fitness Influencer Tremayne Dortch also onboards as Ambassador
The final addition to the ambassador group is Tremayne Dortch. Dortch, NBC’s Ninja Warrior star, is one of the top fitness influencers on Instagram. Currently standing at 271k, his followers consist of dedicated fitness enthusiasts that want to heighten their health through elite-level combat fitness.
By onboarding athletes of such a high caliber, Fight Out expects to generate more interest in their fitness community. This follows the model used by M2E project Step App who named Usain Bolt as their Brand Ambassador in July.
Vesting Period and Unlocking $FGHT Tokens
Fight Out is one of the unique presale tokens to launch recently. While it gives users the early mover opportunity, the current stage also allows early participants to vest their $FGHT tokens and earn up to a 50% bonus.
While the platform’s earlier plan was to end the bonus in the first phase of the presale – the developers have changed their approach and stated that this bonus would stay till the end of the presale round.
Additionally, to maintain the tokens’ scarcity, the developers have placed a 3-month vesting period on all tokens. It will start at the presale’s conclusion with tokens unlocking every second of the vesting period. Investors will be able to claim these vested amounts at any time. For instance, for unlocking the tokens halfway, investors will get 50% of their bought tokens.
Fight Out Vs STEPN M2E project
While the number of M2E projects has increased over the last few years, most of them such as STEPN and Step App are designed more for walkers and runners. They don’t necessarily cater to the more extreme fitness crowd and only track limited movements. With some of these, getting into the ecosystem isn’t easy.
Fight Out is challenging these notions. This fitness app puts inclusivity at its forefront and may have what it takes to increase the adoption rate.
Unique Personal NFT Avatar is not tradable
Accessing the Fight Out app requires $FGHT tokens – the cryptocurrency which is currently in the presale. Creating an account on the app gifts users with their own personal NFT. It is a unique token that:
- Doesn’t cost anything
- Is not tradable.
In other words, this NFT is the avatar that permanently represents each owner in the Fight Out metaverse. As owners complete fitness challenges and level up their health, their NFT works within the metaverse to level up their health.
Completing the tasks is rewarded with REPS. REPS is an in-app currency that can be used to buy accessories to customize the look of NFTs. Its use however, isn’t limited to the virtual world.
Use REPS to enter Fight Out Gym coming in Q1
REPS are also used to enter the Fight Out gym – the first of which is coming in Q1 of 2023. This currency is also used to pay the fitness trainers and other utilities.
If players are low on REPS but want its benefits, they can buy REPS using $FGHT tokens. $FGHT tokens form the core of the Fight Out ecosystem in more than one way. They are not just the players way to make monetary gains in this unique M2E space, but also stakable assets that provide more than APY. By staking $FGHT tokens, owners can get stake-for-membership benefits, including 1-0n-1 training, workspaces within the Fight Out gyms and more.
Underpinning the various utilities of the Fight Out tokens is the fact that Certik has audited it.
For more information about the project, visit the official website.
Image Credit: Fight Out
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