The blockchain and crypto platform dotmoovs, who caught the attention of several investors and supporters for their developments on sports AI, might be bringing a revolution to Dance. They firstly introduced Freestyle Soccer challenges where users compete against each other and get their performance analysed by its AI referee, giving them a score and determining the winner. Now, the same will apply to Dance2Earn, where users can challenge others, invest in themselves and win the pot of $MOOV (the project’s native token) if they get a better score than their opponent.
From TikTok to Dance2Earn
TikTok brought a whole new perspective to social media by using a wide selection of sounds and song snippets, along with the option to add special effects and filters to the short videos in the platform. Soon, youngsters were seeing their popularity rise due to the easy and fun dance videos they were making on that social network.
In fact, shortly after, the cool dance battles were happening – who was doing the best dance to a certain music? Who was producing the best content? But all of that was quite subjective… Until now.
We might be on the verge of watching TikTokers (or MOOVers?) around the world competing in 1 vs. 1 battles or tournaments, fighting to get the best score given by the unbiased AI system.
But dotmovs is not only introducing the Dance2Earn concept to the dance lovers, they are bringing the crypto community along. Just like they did with Freestyle Soccer, a new utility NFT collection will be introduced, where users will need to use them to be able to battle – but they don’t need to own it – they can just borrow one from the marketplace and share part of their profit if they win the battle.
Combining NFTs with Dance
Once the user has selected the NFT or simply picked one from the market, they can start the challenge. In fact, these utility NFTs are bringing a whole new gamification to the app and whether you are good at sports or not, you will have a place in the dotmoovs world. If sports is not your thing, you can buy the NFTs, lend them to other players and share the revenue if they win the challenges.
If you are keen on sports but you don’t want to spend the money nor do you completely understand the crypto world well enough to buy the required NFTs to play, you can simply pick one of the available ones, play and share your revenue with your sponsor.
And in fact, even if you love sports and NFTs, but you don’t have the time to be constantly playing, just make your NFTs available in the market and win while you can’t play that day!
It’s a win-win situation!
The fact is that crypto and sports are still two different worlds that only a small percentage of users are able to combine. This means that many of dotmoovs supporters can’t juggle a ball nor dance an Argentinian tango, but are willing to invest in the platform and support some rising stars. On the other hand, many skilled dancers don’t want to spend the money, nor do they completely understand the crypto world well enough, to buy the required NFTs to play challenges and tournaments.
This idea gives strength to the motto “sharing is caring”, allowing both parties to win — while one plays, the other supports the player by providing the required NFT.
Dancing stars joining the project?
When dotmoovs launched Freestyle Soccer on the platform, they did it with a bang: legends Luis Figo (former Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter Milan) and Ricardo Quaresma (former FC Porto, Barcelona, Besiktas and Chelsea) joined the wagon and became ambassadors for the brand. Just recently, they introduced a special feature called Legendary Challenges where users can actually challenge the professional stars on their game.
So, with that track record, it’s more than plausible to expect big names from TikTok and the Dancing to join the platform. We sure would like to know Charli D’Amelio or Addison Rae’s dancing scores!
*This article has been paid. The Cryptonomist didn’t write the article nor has tested the platform.