United Kingdom, 5th Jul 2023, King NewsWire – MOTION is a cutting-edge Web3 project that seeks to transform the fitness data industry through the power of blockchain and AI technology. By obtaining users’ consent to collect their fitness data and storing it on a secure, transparent blockchain-based platform, Motion enables users to take ownership of their data and receive a portion of the revenue generated from its usage. With Motion, users can now monetize their data while safeguarding their privacy, while data consumers like Insurance companies, Healthcare professionals, and gymnasium chains can access reliable, consent-driven data. This comprehensive fitness ecosystem is dedicated to empowering users and driving innovation in the health and wellness market.
The founders of Motion App were inspired by the Covid-19 lockdown, which kept many people indoors for an extended period. They observed that, while people were eager to stay in shape during this time, many stopped working out after the lockdowns were lifted. As a result, the founders created Motion App to provide users with more than just a regular workout and to motivate them to exercise regularly. In addition, it incentivizes them with cryptocurrency using Blockchain Technology.
In April 2023, the MOTION app was launched on Google Play and Apple App Store, and it has already attracted over 1300 users who have recorded nearly 300 Million steps to date. The app’s reward mode, featuring an AI-based FitCoach, is scheduled to be launched in Q3 2023. Additionally, the standalone platform is currently operational, and the integration of blockchain technology is planned for Q3 2023.
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