Model of Learn-to-Earn
As we slowly move from the old, familiar Web2 to the new, unfamiliar Web3, we need to teach users how to use the Web3 applications and platforms that will be used for many of their daily tasks. Companies have decided to use the learn-to-earn model to encourage users to learn more about crypto, wallets, and blockchain technology to make up for the lack of information about cryptocurrency and related topics.
Users who learn about cryptocurrency could get tokens as a reward. Most of the time, users are given the coin they learn about or the coin that the platform offers as a reward. This will make it more likely for them to use the app to learn more and get rewards. The Sweat Economy is a big part of the community of people who want to learn how to make money. Since it was first formed, this team has grown a lot. It has been called the Decentralized App (DApp) with the fastest growth. About 7% of all cryptocurrency wallets use it.
The learn-to-earn feature of the Sweatcoin app was recently put through a beta test by the Sweat team. People in the community and partners are said to be able to find new business opportunities by working together on the application. This will also be a great way to reward people for learning more about cryptocurrencies and give partners a place to find new customers.
So far, more than 100M people use the Sweatcoin app regularly, and it is expected to reach even more people. Here is how the “Sweat” economy is supposed to work so that people can learn how to earn money in a smooth way.
On the platform, users of cryptocurrency apps are given multiple-choice questions that they must answer by tapping on the right answer. Users are rewarded when they make the right choice.
Partnerships and activity on the chain
Most platforms for learning how to make money work off-chain, but the Sweat economy will move the on-chain feature to the Sweat Wallet app so that users can directly interact with on-chain activities.
The Sweat economy has space for partners who are willing to pay for the learn-to-earn program. Partners get to decide which question will be asked of users. They also plan the prizes that the winners will get. It will be a great move for brands and investors who want to get more attention.