Sweatcoin: it was worth the wait 🚶

Sweatcoin is a an app that pays you to walk and like most such apps is (with one exception, Young Step) – or rather it used to be – a bit useless. No offence. The key part of what I said is the use of the verb ‘to be’. As in, it used to be but it no longer is.


It’s quite simple: you can earn Sweatcoins by walking and by watching up to three sponsored videos every day, but the problem is Sweatcoin is not a crypto, it’s just a token that you can only use internally to redeem for goods and services that you mostly don’t really need.


I’m talking about 50% off terrible watches, or 100% off items that aren’t worth the shipping costs (that you still need to pay), or digital services such discount vouchers for 1, 2, 3, XYZ free months with this or that app. None of that was particularly useful, or captivating.


But that was then and this is now, because Sweatcoin has officially partnered up with NEAR protocol to provide an actual, legit crypto wallet, in which you will be able to store SWEAT, an actual cryptocurrency (probably a token, but they haven’t confirmed that yet).


This is big news. And good news. If you’re already using the app all you have to do is wait, your Sweatcoins will be automatically converted to SWEAT with a 1:1 ratio and you’ll be able to download the wallet, which is going to be available in the Summer.


If you’re not using Sweatcoin, now’s a good time to start and dip your toes in it before the launch.



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Sweatcoin app gives you FREE CRYPTO for walking, but what can you actually do with it?

I’ve been using Sweatcoin for about a month now, and I’ve accrued 379.48 sweatcoins at the time of writing. I did it with an average 8,501 steps every day.


My step count amounts to 256,476, which resulted in 206 coins generated, and I got the rest by doing two things every day: 1, you can use a 20-minute boost where every step is counted twice and 2, you can watch three videos every day, and after each video you receive a bonus, ranging from 0.30 to 1,000 sweatcoins. On average, I get about 3 sweatcoins a day from those.



So what can you actually use these sweatcoins for? There’s a range of items, digital and physical, that you can get for free or, more often than not, at a discounted price. Usually 50%.


So far, I’ve converted 15 sweatcoins to get +3 months of Apple Music for free and a 2-month subscription to Readly, which is a useful magazine aggregator (just about any magazine you can think of, just about any language).


At the time of writing, I could get some skincare and beauty products for free (30 sweatcoins), some bracelets (100 sweatcoins) and some discounts with Reebok.



Other digital and physical products are also available. The list is updated 5-7 times a week. There are also challenges and events you can join.


I’d always recommend apps like Sweatcoins, because even if you only saved $1 by using it, you’re basically doing something you’d be doing anyway.


The app is free and you can download on the App Store or Android Playstore



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