Imagine a world where you get paid for improving your health. This is now possible with the award-winning Web3 move-to-earn app, PUML Better Health. PUML is designed to incentivize healthy habits in the most “fun” way possible so that users can get rewarded with discount codes, merchandise, NFTs, and, most importantly, the native $PUML token. Let’s take a closer look at how walking, running, meditation, and other forms of exercise can get you cash rewards and how you can get started with the click of a button.
What is PUML Better Health?
PUML is Australia’s original Web3 move-to-earn, fitness, and wellness app. Since launching the move-to-earn for corporates in 2021, PUML has signed major corporations such as Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Deloitte, and Western Union, which resulted in significant revenue growth. With this growth, the team has expanded its blockchain technology into consumer health, sports, and gaming. PUML aims to incentivize healthy behaviours and reward users through virtual challenges and the gamification of physical movement. Users are rewarded with the $PUML token once every 24 hours, which can then be burned to their utility token, $PUMLx, to get paid or redeemed for in-app challenges and classes.
PUMLx acts as the ecosystem’s utility token, which is tradeable and holds intrinsic value.
Once users receive their PUMLx token, it can be used for staking rewards, asset swapping, burning, purchasing, or upgrading NFTs. PUML will soon be launching its genesis NFT collection, WearX. These NFTs will consist of 5000 hand-drawn and algorithmically generated watches, which will unlock further gameplay and rewards for app users. The watch’s key features include battery life, damage resistance, and distance.
Battery Life – This impacts a user’s available claim days to claim the PUMLx bonus. This will display how often a user must charge the battery to continue claiming the activity bonuses.
Damage resistance – This impacts the watch’s lifespan, making it unusable once it reaches 0. The lifespan of the watch begins after the first claim day. If the Damage Resistance is zero at a point and the watch still has Battery left, it is still unusable.
Distance – This impacts the number of steps that a user can claim. The steps that can be claimed increase with the rarity of the NFT. So, “No Watch” is the least rare WearX NFT utility and allows up to 1000 steps to be claimed.
What makes PUML unique?
PUML is unique from other move-to-earn apps for a variety of reasons. PUML is built by people passionate about preventative health solutions, bringing together a collection of knowledge, dedication, and beliefs. The team actively encourages long-term usage by activating longer-term challenges designed to upkeep health and fitness consistently. Unlike other move-to-earn apps such as Stepn, PUML does not require users to purchase an NFT or tokens to participate and earn. This feature underpins their mission to educate Web2 users on Web3 without boundaries.
PUML’s staking economy encourages increased ecosystem growth, and the B2B and B2C nature of PUML allow for multi-facing revenue streams through primary and secondary NFT sales and corporate-facing API keys.
How do I get started?
You can get started using PUML with a few simple steps. All you need to do is download the PUML from the App Store or Google Play Store, create an account, and sync your health data using one of their available integrations, such as the Apple Watch, Fitbit, and Samsung Smart Watch. These integrations allow for accurate gamification of steps, heart rate, calories, and more.
Once downloaded, you can claim your PUML once every 24 hours; if you miss the 24-hour mark, your rewards will reset, and you will have to wait until the next day. In the first stages, you can earn up to 2000 steps of PUML per day – this limit can be raised by purchasing one of their WearX NFTs, which will be launching this November. Once earned, you can redeem it for in-app challenges and classes or burn it for $PUMLx; the choice is yours!