Fargo – AU | Now widely regarded as the fastest-growing health app

Fargo-AU is a user-responsible fitness app that utilizes the power of blockchain technology to encourage fitness culture while enhancing blockchain and cryptocurrency adoption in rewarding users with AU tokens.

June 2, 2020 —

The International Health Club and Tennis Club (IHRSA) estimates that the health and fitness industry in the United States has increased by 4% in the last 10 years. Considering the growing number of adults with fitness club members, industry experts expect this growth to accelerate in the coming years.

However, to rationalize this growth while maintaining sustainable levels of flexibility in the industry requires a lot of work to be done. Although the industry is growing fast, reports show that most consumers are shifting spending from traditional gyms and tiles to online services.

What is Fargo-AU? “A responsible fitness app - it pays to walk”

Fargo-AU is a user-responsible fitness app that utilizes the power of blockchain technology to encourage fitness culture while enhancing blockchain and cryptocurrency adoption in rewarding users with AU tokens.

Fargo Record your walking route & analyze your with all the stats – for free! This application tracks all of your physical activity. It doesn't stop with walking, you can track a whole range of sports with Fargo: Swim, Gym training, Kayak, Rock, Climb, Surf, Yoga...and many more! Fargo-Au helps users become +30% more active each day, even after 6 months — this has the potential to transform public health, by using Fargo-Au as a prevention tool for sustained behavior change.

The app is designed to track your fitness, users earn AU tokens through their number of moving steps. You can use your Au token to get yourself the items you love or trade your coins on exchange platforms: Goods, services, and experiences ranging from high-tech shoes to iPhones, from anti-gravity yoga classes to Apple Watches

Since the application is built on the blockchain, Fargo-Au can rewards users anywhen and anywhere without the difficulty of transfers and paperwork. It works automatically due to a digital smart contract that is easy, reliably, and secure. Fargo's reward system consists of calculating the steps you make and the calories you burn even if it is a simple activity such as walking to work.

Through the use of blockchain, the Fargo-AU application will do all of the above without violating user data privacy. User data will not be used to advertise or sell to third parties. Moreover, users will have full control of their fitness data on the blockchain.

Fargo-AU focus on developing Healthcare Big-data

Healthcare big data refers to collecting, analyzing, and leveraging consumer, patient, physical, and clinical data that is too vast or complex to be understood by traditional means of data processing. Instead, big data is often processed by machine learning algorithms and data scientists. The rise of healthcare big data comes in response to the digitization of healthcare information and the rise of value-based care, which has encouraged the industry to use data analytics to make strategic business decisions. Faced with the challenges of healthcare data – such as volume, velocity, variety, and veracity – health systems need to adopt technology capable of collecting, storing, and analyzing this information to produce actionable insights. The big data in health care will bring huge benefits includes:

· Create a holistic, 360-degree view of consumers, patients, and physicians.

· Improve care personalization and efficiency with comprehensive patient profiles.

· Identify geographic markets with a high potential for growth.

· Inform physician relationship management efforts by tracking physician preferences, referrals, and clinical appointment data.

· Boost healthcare marketing efforts with information about consumer, patient, and physician needs and preferences.

· Provide straightforward identification of patterns in health outcomes, patient satisfaction, and hospital growth.

· Optimize hospital growth by improving care efficiency, effectiveness, and personalization.

In the future, Fargo-Au will adopt big data in greater numbers as it becomes more crucial for success. Healthcare big data will also continue to help make marketing touchpoints smarter and more integrated. Additionally, the amount of data available will grow as wearable technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) gains popularity. Constant patient monitoring via wearable technology and the IoT will become standard and will add enormous amounts of information to big data stores. With this information, Fargo-Au can integrate a large volume of healthcare insights to find and retain patients with the highest propensity for services. From that foundation, the company can build a comprehensive ecosystem, optimally serve a wide range of customers. Fargo-Au will able to grow on a global scale and worth billions of dollars in the future.

· Website: https://fargo-au.com/
· Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fargo

· Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fargoau/

· Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuFargo

· Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw3UYC9--Ww9xp5cusW2swA

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