JAN 30, 2024
BitBunny app offers users Bitcoin rewards for walking
BitBunny, a South Korean mobile app that distributes rewards based on walking activity, now offers rewards in the form of Bitcoin, according to an article by local news outlet TechM on Tuesday (KST).
BitBunny allows users to earn Bitcoin by completing missions like walking, checking daily attendance, inviting other friends to use the app, watching advertisements and participating in quizzes and games.
Last Friday, the app added a new feature called "Catch the Bunny," a game where users can earn up to 10,000 points, or “coins”. These coins can either be used as cash when exchanged for vouchers – which can be used at various brands like Starbucks or Burger King – or invested in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and Dogecoin. Due to these features, the app surpassed 100,000 users within just three months of release.
"BitBunny's growth is an example of how mobile app technology and crypto are converging in everyday life, creating new user experiences," said Lee Kyung-tae, Team Lead at BitBunny. "We will continue to try different things to keep users interested and engaged."
With a commitment to experimentation and user engagement, BitBunny is poised to redefine the way that users interact with both mobile apps and cryptocurrencies, offering a glimpse into a more integrated and rewarding digital future.