SWC Per Day: 5
Mover is the membership level that you start out with. It’s “free” in the sense that you’ll never have to use SWC to keep it up.
With this introductory membership level, you’re limited to benefit from 5,000 steps per day, which comes out to about 5SWC, minus a 5% conversion commission fee. My recommendation is that you get a healthy habit of daily walks and aim for at least 10,000 steps per day. It’s possible! And it will keep you physically fit in the process!
Cost: 5SWC per month
SWC Per Day: 10
The Shaker membership level is the very first Sweatcoin membership upgrade, and it permits you to earn up to 10SWC per day! I anticipate this membership level being the most recommended and commonly purchased given the low cost per month and high value. All subsequent membership levels cost exponentially more while only providing a flat increase. This is the membership level I’m using at the time of writing this, though if my weekly running miles get any higher I’ll have to upgrade to Quaker to milk as much Sweatcoin as I can!
Cost: 20SWC per month
SWC Per Day: 15
With a pretty substantial jump in monthly fee, you can track and be rewarded by up to 15,000 steps per day. This is intentional by the creators to separate the ‘boys from the men’ so to speak. Only serious athletes or runners will consider the Quaker membership level, as 15,000 steps is roughly 12-16 miles of running.
Additionally, I could see certain industries such as construction workers or postal workers purchasing this membership upgrade to benefit from their highly active trade. According to some sources, mail men and women in the United States walk up to 10 miles per day, depending on their route. Some are reported to walk distances of even 12-15 miles per day! This membership level would pay itself off in 4 days, but only for those seriously committed.
Cost: 30SWC per month
SWC Per Day: 20
I would personally love to talk with anyone who uses the Breaker membership level and makes full use of it. Seriously, send me a message if you regularly earn 20SWC per day!
I have a professional running friend who runs 15-20 miles per day; he’d benefit from this program immensely. But he represents a very, very, very small fraction of running athletes.
SWC Per Day: unknown
This trouble maker membership level, as of writing this, is unavailable for purchase. I don’t know the creators’ purpose for it. Only the elite, hardcore runners would be able to get more than 20 miles of activity in per day. The cost will probably be more than 40SWC if I had to make a guess. I’ll update this section as soon as more information is released.