Looking after your health is one of the most important things you will ever do, and it’s not something to take lightly. This is the reason tennis superstar Caroline Wozniacki has joined the Lympo team as a brand ambassador. She wants to promote healthy living and fitness through Lympo’s blockchain application to the next generation and get the world on its feet. Wozniacki isn’t the first tennis superstar to get into blockchain technology, as Gaël Monfils is as good at trading cryptos as he is on the court.
Get Paid to Exercise
Now you have a great excuse to strap on your FitBit or smartwatch and head outside. Lympo’s mobile app will track your fitness activity and reward you with its native cryptocurrency, which you can then redeem for various items on its store. With new year’s resolutions just around the corner, why not give yourself an extra boost and earn money while you get fit.
Blockchain Helping You Get Fit
Your results and records will be added directly to Lympo’s blockchain, meaning your results and performance indicators are there until the end of time. No more frustration when your fitness app loses all your data and you have to start again. Blockchain is slowly making its way into the health and fitness sector, and it’s about time – after all, techy people aren’t known for being the fittest bunch.
Medical Records On-Chain
One blockchain project is looking to put your medical records on-chain. This could potentially cut the time it takes to gain access to critical patient files, meaning you get the best treatment as fast as possible. Under current systems, your patient notes are stored locally in each hospital, meaning doctors have to wait to hear back from other hospitals about your history before they can proceed with treating you. Blockchain technology would help cut out this waiting time, as doctors can plug in your ID card number to their system and it will bring up your entire medical history – it could save your life.
Wozniacki needs to tread carefully as she endorses a crypto project. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has started clamping down on celebrities that endorse crypto projects. Celebs that back projects that then violate securities laws are being reigned in and punished as part of the investigation – just ask Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled.
Lympo seems like a legitimate application and it will help motivate you towards getting fitter for the new year. Sign up today and start reaping the crypto benefits of a healthier lifestyle.