On the rise, and determined to take the world by storm, the Step app has just brought a new update to its users. One of the latest and widely anticipated move-to-earn projects now offers Lootboxes.
Step App recently completed the migration of FITFI staking and announced that its users can claim their lootboxes by going to the #Staking page of the Step network and opening the “History” tab before clicking the “Claim” button under your lootbox to retrieve their loots.
This announcement was made on Twitter by Step App via their verified Twitter handle.
The move-to-earn project stated that after completing the migration of FITFI tokens to their native Step network, the #staking FITFI is available again on their Step network.
While they advised their users on how to claim the lootboxes, they also hinted at some things. The announcement made on Twitter also revealed that opening lootboxes will be available on the beta version soon. Users around the world will already be thrilled, but those in Tokyo will have the advantage of an exciting update for the StepApp Tokyo launch event.
Since the announcement on October 14, some users have testified about claiming lootboxes. Here we have a Twitter user, @neostrx with the caption “Already claimed” before uploading an image of his lootboxes.
What you need to know
Step App is an emerging web3 fitness platform that seeks to compete with current initiatives. It offers a new approach to Fitfi that incorporates augmented reality.
Officially, Step App is scheduled to launch on December 1. In the M2E sector, the official launch of Step App is an important event. It marks an important turning point for the project, which has so far managed to create a strong community.
In anticipation of the launch, a 60-day growth campaign has also been launched by Step App to prepare for the launch. This is a promotional event that will raise awareness of the product through constant and clear communication before the official launch.
FITFI serves as Step App’s primary governance token. The coin is already in use. The estimated number of FITFI tokens in circulation is 410 million, according to CoinMarketCap. The Step App Foundation has allocated 5 billion for its entire offering. As a result, there are currently only 10% of tokens in circulation. A second utility token, KCAL, is also available in Step App.
With the FITFI migration already in place, users should only have to wait for the official launch of Step App on December 1. But before that, a launch event will be held next week in Tokyo.