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Fight Out Move-to-Earn Crypto Project Set to Disrupt the Health and Fitness Industry – This is How it Works

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Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section features insights by crypto industry players and is not a part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com.Exciting new move-to-earn project Fight Out has started its FGHT token price increase after completing stage 1 on Monday.With more than $3.3 million raised, the price of FGHT tokens will increase every 12 hours up to a max of $0.0333 on March 31, 2023.At the time of writing FGHT costs $0.01690 per token, meaning those who buy now will have secured a token that will have increased 97% before it has been listed on exchanges.Furthermore, presale investors can also take advantage of up to 50% in bonus tokens - which can be earned depending on the size of the purchase and the length of time chosen to lock tokens.Buy FGHT NowThere is such excitement around Fight Out because it is set to revolutionize the move-to-earn space which, despite its high potential, has been marred by limited technology and flawed earning mechanics.The Fight Out fitness app, on the other hand, will use smart technology to build a full digital fitness profile that then tailors individual workout regimes and allows users to earn rewards for completing workouts at home or in the gym.The app measures movement, effort, sleep and nutrition to build the profile and then provides regimes that don't just focus on strength and conditioning but also wellness and mental health.The digital fitness profile is represented by a fully customizable digital avatar and allows users not only to earn REPS - the off-chain, in-app currency - for working out but by pitting themselves against other users in daily, weekly and monthly challenges.REPS can be used to get discounts on gym membership and app subscriptions, purchase training

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