London, England, April 3rd, 2023, Chainwire
Sweat Economy, the biggest move-2-earn project globally on a mission to make the world more physically active, is offering users the chance to win the role* of ‘Chief Walking Officer’, complete with a year’s salary to the value of USD 24,000. The job specification contains on main requirement: to walk a minimum of 5000 steps per day.
The role will effectively be ‘won’ via a prize draw. Any Sweat Wallet app user can opt into the prize draw with 25 $SWEAT tokens and 1 $SWEAT as a fee from April 3 to April 16, 2023.. The lucky winner of USDT 2000 monthly must walk a minimum of 5000 steps per day over the next 12 months and will become the brand’s ‘Chief Walking Officer’ - a title they’re free to use on their CV or LinkedIn (custom business cards optional).
Such a generous reward follows in the footsteps of a number of other high-value rewards for SWEAT holders which rotate regularly within the app - from a Tesla to laptops, Apple Watches, sporting event and concert tickets and 10s of 1000s of dollars of retail vouchers.
The Sweat Economy team will conduct a randomized draw on a livestream on April 17 to announce the winner.
Sweat Economy’s mission is to create an Open Economy of Movement and make the world more physically active. Since its inception of the Sweatcoin web2 app, the company has garnered 140M+ users worldwide and 15M+ $SWEAT token holders with their expansion into Web3 at their token generation event in Sep 2022.
About Sweat Economy
Established in 2015, Sweat Economy promotes healthier living by encouraging people to move more. Over 100M users rely on Sweatcoin to incentivize their daily movement with the app currently the most downloaded Health and Fitness app in the world. The Web2 app awards ‘sweatcoins,’ dubbed “Airmiles for steps” that can be redeemed for branded products, digital services and charitable donations.
Sweat Economy is now focused on leveraging Web3’s many opportunities to bring its users even more rewards.
*This is not an offer of employment. T&Cs apply.