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Women in Blockchain: Blockchain & incentivizing healthy habits

March 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

One of the promises of blockchain is the creation of new incentivization models and the monetization of user-generated and controlled data.

Join Archna (Archi) Desai to learn about how Lympo is a fitness/wellness app that incentivizes continuous healthy lifestyles via monetization and gamification using the power of blockchain and is creating a sports and wellness ecosystem, that has blockchain-enabled incentivization is at its core.

Lympo has been launched in 3 markets (starting in EU, then moving to US, & South Korea) with tremendous early traction. Since the product was launched in the US in November 2018 (less than 6 months since development), there are over 60k users and growing by the thousands daily.
After the discussion, we will break out to hack on incentivization models, and as usual, get to know each other in the process.
Pay $6 as a signal of your commitment…we want to see you!
The funds of no-shows will support one of the next meetups.
If you can’t afford the fee please get in touch.

Everyone is welcome.

Our speaker:

Archna Desai (better known as Archie) is Head of Americas at Lympo. She has 15+ plus years of global business experience across a variety of industries, notably at global market leaders PricewaterhouseCoopers, Estee Lauder Companies, and Sterling Talent Solutions (a Goldman Sachs portfolio company). Her interest in blockchain technology began in 2015 and she quickly realized it was time for a career change, so she joined a NYC-based startup – Breaker.io (formerly SingularDTV) as COO. Archna also serves as a blockchain advisor to Moonlighting and Basket and is on the Board of Directors for a wellness company – Swhey and a non-for-profit arts center – Jersey City Theater Company.

Archna has a fundamental belief that blockchain technology will change the world, as we know it and at our next Women in Blockchain event she will discuss various topics, such as user privacy, incentivization models, and decentralization of health and fitness data.