Blockchain & Healthy Lifestyle
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic keeping people away from gyms and group fitness classes, running shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, since the pandemic started, 59.1 percent of active adults say that exercising outdoors, such as running, is one of the best ways they’re staying fit in 2022.
The motives for participating in running are potentially changing from being achievement-focused to being psychological, health and socially focused, which in part can be proved by more people traveling to race, slower finish times and how milestone-ages (30, 40, 50) now are much less dominant than 15 and 30 years ago.
It’s probably no surprise that running has some great health benefits. Even just a little bit of running each week makes a difference.
Why Blockchain Matters in 2022
Total spending estimates for various blockchain solutions across the globe hit $6.6 billion in 2021.
They’re spending on the blockchain, too. As of June 2021, the world saw 2.58 cryptocurrency transactions every second.
Blockchain drastically reduces the time and resources to verify transactions.
Any industry that relies on transactions of any sort could potentially benefit from blockchain.
Any business that uses transactions of any sort can benefit from blockchain.
Only 1% of the world’s population is using blockchain technology. Blockchain adoption statistics show that half a percent of the human population is currently using blockchain technology, or somewhere around 80 millions people.
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