Play-to-earn has become extremely popular in recent times. Fitness apps now also offer financial incentives.
A motivating social fitness application with GameFi elements aims to encourage users to put on their NFT sneakers and get out into the fresh air.
AMAZY says its goal is to get people off their screens. Given that crypto enthusiasts love to use technology, it can not be that bad.
The project has already gained momentum and is being promoted by influencers, celebrities and bloggers. The total reach of all these stars is 1 billion subscribers.
According to AMAZY, many “Move to Earn” apps have the problem that they are too centralized. It is not healthy in the long run. The project aims to ensure that all NFT interactions take place on the blockchain, and a DAO has been set up that allows users to vote on suggestions to further improve the game.
A certain exclusivity
For years, sneakers have been a status symbol, and limited editions bring in thousands of dollars. We are already seeing this being transferred to virtual worlds as major sportswear brands use blockchain technology to reach younger users.
AMAZY intends to produce exclusive NFT sneakers, created in part in collaboration with celebrities who will become unique collectibles that users will not find anywhere else. These NFTs will be a digitized copy of the physical pair of shoes worn by a famous person. It creates a whole new connection with the fans.
AMAZY was announced in May 2022. The closed beta is now being tested by influencers who supported the project at an early stage. The open beta will be released in June 2022. At the same time, the launch pads and IPOs will also be on the market.
The project strives to attract more influencers. The founders are convinced that large NFT drops will bring millions of new users to this area.
For next year, AMAZY is planning a living ecosystem of “Move to Earn”, SocialFi and GameFi as well as an NFT marketplace and a performance in Metaversum.
How does Move to Earn work?
The requirements for “Move to Earn” are very simple: the more a user moves in the real world, the more AMT (AMAZY Movement Token) he receives in return.
Co-founder Sergei Kosenko said his project wants to break new ground and become a hub where influencers can inspire their followers to adopt a healthy lifestyle. He added: “We are creating a real verse. It is an entire ecosystem where offline and online life are intertwined.”
Kosenko is a well-known influencer with 5.5 million followers on Instagram, more than 150,000 in the crypto community and has extensive experience working with major celebrities and bloggers. Artem Nikolaev, co-founder of Azur Games, helps them. Azur Games is an app developer whose apps have been installed 2.5 billion times worldwide to date.
Azur Games also plays a crucial role in the development of AMAZY thanks to their experience in developing mobile games.
In the app, you can walk or jog and receive rewards for doing so. Users can also buy, sell or rent NFT sneakers at a marketplace. With a pair of sneakers, these rewards can be earned by walking around with the GPS on. Each pair of shoes comes in bright colors and is divided into four categories: performance, happiness, joy and longevity. A pair of sneakers is expected to cost $ 100 in the first place.
And who are these celebrities and artists promoting AMAZY? These include model Brody Jenner, baseball player Ken Griffey, Grammy winner and songwriter Dallas Austin and supermodel Valery Kaufman.
AMAZY is accessible to everyone and there is no entrance. The project wants crypto enthusiasts to feel positive about their health and help crypto beginners find their feet.
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