HLTH.network, which claims to be the world’s first core protocol layer for global health data, has launched its application, HLTH.run, in India.
The app aims to help users lead healthier lives by incentivizing them in the form of tokens. They will earn HLTH tokens, a cryptocurrency, by engaging in physical activity. Tokens will be credited to users’ HLTH.wallet, which they can use to purchase vitamins and other supplements available on HLTH.store.
In addition to earning HLTH tokens, users can compete with friends, earn badges, track their workout history, and set goals.
HLTH.run intends to make exercising or running more interesting and engaging for its users with simple user interface (UI) and cool features.
According to the company, the newly launched app is committed to making healthcare safe, accessible and affordable for all citizens around the world, with a focus on expanding to India.
Speaking on the development, Axel Schumacher, Managing Director of HLTH.run, said, “We are deeply concerned about the rapid rise in health issues in India, especially following the COVID-19 outbreak. With HLTH.run, we provide incentives in the form of tokens and rewards to people to encourage them to be physically active. Also, they can make the activity fun by challenging their friends and inviting them to do the activity together. Additionally, we are also working on adding features such as calorie count, workout planner and tutorials to the app.”
Meanwhile, Harvard researcher and biologist George Church has joined as a co-founder of HLTH.network, the world’s first blockchain-powered genomics marketplace.
The Company also aims to offer several health data sharing solutions, including non-fungible DNA token (NFT) marketplace HLTH.NFT, DNA data marketplace HLTH.DNA, crypto-health store HLTH.run and healthcare blockchain-focused journal HLTH.Media. .
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