Walk Your Way to Crypto Riches: Win $24K in USDT or USDC!

• Sweatcoin (SWEAT) is offering a Chief Walking Officer (CWO) sweepstakes, where the winner will receive $24,000 in USDT or USDC.
• To enter the contest, users must open their Sweat Wallet and stake 25 SWEAT tokens, while tracking their steps daily.
• The CWO prize draw will take place on April 17th on Sweatcoin’s YouTube channel.

Sweatcoin Offers CWO Sweepstakes

Sweatcoin (SWEAT) has announced the Chief Walking Officer (CWO) sweepstakes with a grand prize of $24,000 in USDT or USDC for the lucky winner. To be eligible to enter this contest, participants must open their Sweat Wallet and stake 25 SWEAT tokens. The live prize draw for CWO will take place on April 17th via Sweatcoin’s official YouTube channel.

How to Join the Contest

In order to join the walking competition, users must first open their Sweat Wallet and press ‚Login with Sweatcoin.‘ If running for the first time, users must also „Opt into Crypto“ and stake at least 25 $SWEAT tokens through the Grow section of their wallet app. While most users are opting for 12% APY Growth Jar to earn rewards quickly, it is not mandatory to use it.

Requirements for Participation

There are three main requirements that all participants need to meet in order to be eligible for this crypto sweepstakes: taking at least 5 thousand steps per day; taking one selfie each month; and being ready to share experience as a Chief Walking Officer candidate with other users.

Sweat Wallet Rewards

In addition to entering contests like CWO promotion, users can also win free rewards from their own wallet app by watching David draw winners in his videos published regularly on Twitter. All viewers have to do is find the secret code mentioned in each video and input it into their wallet app – they may get free premium membership or even some additional coins!

At Press Time

At press time, Sweat Economy (SWEAT) ranked #525 amongst other cryptocurrencies according CoinGecko data which showed a 5% downtrend in its price over 24 hours period ending April 7th.