Study shows Americans’ interest in Move to Earn
FitRated, a website that specializes in fitness, has just been published Study dedicated to Move-to-Earn. These apps are getting more and more popular, as they pay their users based on their physical activity. Among the most popular are StepN, Calo Run or Sweatcoin. Most of the solutions in the market pay cryptocurrency for the steps taken by the player.
To gauge Americans’ interest in Move to Earn, FitRated surveyed 1,001 people representing the US population. The site claims to have scanned individuals from “All walks of life” With Various investment experiences..
According to the study, 81% of Americans They say they are motivated by the idea of earning cryptocurrency through exercise. Among the respondents’ favorite rewards are Bitcoin (72%), Ether (35%) and Dogecoin (34%). These are some of the most popular cryptocurrencies.
Not surprisingly, the favorite activity of Americans wanting to engage in Move to Earn is Walking. 41% of respondents said they would be willing to walk to earn cryptocurrency, compared to 47% for cycling, 41% for swimming, 39% for running, and 38% for boxing. These stats explain the amazing success of apps like StepN. According to FitRated, “Those who need a financial incentive want to start with a simple activity, such as walking.”.
It seems that many respondents are willing to Make a long-term commitment. The study indicates that “61.3% of respondents said they would exercise five days a week, every week for a year.” In exchange for Bitcoin (BTC). On the other hand, only 39% of people are willing to run a marathon to get bitcoin rewards.
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Americans are ready to exercise in the Metaverse region
The study also looks at The Rise of Sports in Metaverse. Clearly, the idea of exercising in virtual or augmented reality has made its way. 43% of respondents said they would be willing to hire a sports coach in the Metaverse region. 40% of Americans also say they could replace their current gym with a gym in the metaverse.
Among the main assets of sports in the metaverse, respondents cited “Better access”And A more diverse fitness community and the More personalized exercises. However, respondents fear that sports activity in a digital world lack of originalityIt relieves individuals of responsibility, increases the risk of harassment, and accompanies a decrease in performance. However, FitRated’s report proves users’ growing interest in the Move to Earn.
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