Former Prime Minister of Estonia became a counselor in the blockchain startup in the niche of a healthy lifestyle.
Taavi Rõivas, who led the government of Estonia as Prime Minister from 2014 to 2016 and is currently a member of Parliament, joined cryptocurrency startup Lympo as Chairman of the Supervisory Board. Lympo the company plans to encourage users to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
Rivas commented in his Twitter the following:
(I’m) very happy to help one of the most promising startups in the Baltic is to motivate more people to improve and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Lympo monitors physical activity the main indicators of its users and gives to those who perform physical exercises, your tokens as a reward. Wallpaper according to the company, means the rewards will come from sponsoring companies.
In turn, companies will be able to access the data (partially or fully) users. The document emphasizes that users retain ownership of their data, moreover, all the European regulations on the protection of personal data of users will be met.
Lympo was originally based on the ethereum Protocol, but now the startup intends to transfer the project to the blockchain, NEO.