The SportGift papers say that the project will heavily rely on sports organizations and brands that agree to partner with this blockchain startup. Well, so far, they failed to present at least one relatively big name in the sports industry as a partner. Besides, there is no indicator of the token sale progress on the website, so it is unclear whether SportGift managed to attract at least some investments or not. I strongly suspect that this platform will get lost among the dozens of similar solutions.
TomKat September 11, 2019 Reply
I don't consider SportGift to be an immensely promising project, simply because it doesn't offer anything exclusive and extraordinary while the competition in this niche is way too steep. Nevertheless, I plan on buying some of their SPORTG tokens just to get access to the application and see how it's working. Who knows, maybe it will turn out to be great and I will stick with SportGift for a long time, beating challenge after challenge.
Robbie August 6, 2019 Reply
SportGift won’t revolutionize the sports industry, even this sporting challenge-for-reward niche. It just doesn’t have anything mind-blowingly unique to gain global traction. Nevertheless, I like this kind of concept and always try to participate even in the silliest of challenges. Therefore, I will get some SPORTG tokens just to see what they can offer, but I don’t think it will ever get on my list of favorites.
Victor July 21, 2019 Reply
At first, I was really excited about the idea that SportGift tries to implement, but I was hoping to see that they have landed a sponsorship deal with some big sports company. I have perused their whitepaper and checked the website from top to bottom and didn’t find any such information. In my opinion, the lack of backing from a serious company, for instance, Under Armour, or even the one that produces sports supplements, means that SportGift won’t get that much traction.
Armando July 4, 2019 Reply
There are so many conceptually similar apps that reward fitness geeks for completing certain tasks - I don’t see how SportGift is different. Apparently, its uniqueness lies solely in the fact that it runs on a blockchain. But with this crypto craze, it seems that people label their projects like the “blockchain” ones and try sticking this technology here and there - just to take a ride on the wave of hype. Besides, choosing Brazil as the main jurisdiction was a genius move, sarcasm intended. SportGift is not the project I’d be willing to support, any time of the day.
Patricia June 20, 2019 Reply
I like to say that there are workaholics, shopaholics, alcoholics and me, the “sportsholic”. I just can’t imagine my day without a proper workout or even a long jogging session. Being also a very rational person, I find SportGift quite appealing, at least as a concept, because it would allow me to monetize my favorite hobby. Working out, completing different challenges while making some crypto seems like a good deal to me. Well, it certainly looks good on paper, but it would be necessary to test this app in real life.
Dwayne June 11, 2019 Reply
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