Mathew Radney asked, updated on January 17th, 2021; Topic:
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Sweatcoin is not a scam. It's completely legit, and yes, it's true! You will get paid for walking. I love Sweatcoin because it helps you make some free money out of something you are already doing, and it encourages you to take more exercise!
Furthermore, how do I transfer my Sweatcoins to PayPal? If you have Sweatcoin, you'll need a high balance to be able to use PayPal, but if you refer at least 100 people, you can turn that into a $100 PayPal gift card. Currently, there is no way to link your SweatCoins to your PayPal account.
Additionally, how do I transfer my Sweatcoins to my bank account?
At the moment it is not possible to cash out Sweatcoins via Paypal or bank transfer. The long-term vision is to make Sweatcoin a fully fledged currency, that'll be listed on exchanges. But don't wait for this, please spend your Sweatcoins in the marketplace with our brand partners.
Has anyone got 1000 Sweatcoin?
It is possible to make a payout of $1,000 in the sweatcoin marketplace. ... Since 0.95 sweatcoins correlates to 1,000 verified steps, you'll need 20,000/0,95*1000 = 21,052,632 verified steps to get $1,000.
To be honest, the only way you may be able to cheat Sweatcoin is by riding your bike around 10 miles per hour or 16 kilometers per hour. I say this because that is how fast I run, and it tracks all of my steps (and more!)
Right now, the only concrete way to value a Sweatcoin is to see what it can buy you in the Offers Marketplace. If you can exchange 100 Sweatcoin for a product worth $10, then each coin has a value of $0.10 for that single offer.
Sweatcoin is a fitness app that tracks your steps and exercise then pays in rewards. While there is no direct way to cash out you coins on Sweatcoin, you can cash out using rewards. However, the rewards that give you real money via PayPal or Amazon are rare.
In the app, there is a variety of ever-changing offers that can be redeemed for amounts predetermined by Sweatcoin. These offers could be anything: discounts for clothing, healthy food, exercise equipment, or even Amazon credit.
Aside from potential privacy concerns, the app is likely to drain the battery on your phone if running in the background all the time. One reviewer said: “The app markets itself as a way to earn money or free rewards for your steps but the offers are so bad that it's not worth using the app and draining your battery.