The Harmony blockchain network has recently decided to team up with the Lympo app, a Lithuanian company that is focused on creating a blockchain-based health app that can be used for customers to share health data easily and privately.
According to the press release, the Lympo app is used to reward the clients with LYM tokens. They can complete health and sports-related challenges to get points that can be used to buy products.
With this new partnership, the LYM tokens will now be able to be held in Samsung wallets, which can be accessed by users of the company’s blockchain phones. At the moment, these products are available in both South Korea and the U. S. and have over 250,000 users so far.
The CEO of Lympo, Ada Jonuse, affirmed that the partnership will help the company to scale its project and to offer more security for its clients worldwide. This will, over time, incentivize more people to start a healthier life.
Harmony’s technology is a blockchain that is based on sharding. In case you are not familiar with the term, sharding is a process that consists of breaking up a large amount of data into smaller data, which can make it more manageable and quick to process.
Some months ago, Harmony also completed its Initial Exchange Offering on the Binance Launchpad, which was a successful, as well as the other IEOs that happened on the platform.