Taavi Rõivas, who held the post of head of the Estonian government in 2014-2016, became a member of the advisory board of a blockchain-related startup Lympo. This is stated in the company’s press release.
Excited to help one of the most promising Baltic startups to grow and pursue the mission of motivating people to excercise more and better.
— Taavi Rõivas (@TaaviRoivas) 31 August 2018
The purpose of Lympo is to encourage people to participate in sports, as well as to increase the popularity of a healthy lifestyle.
Using its application, the startup monitors and collects information about the health of the user, rewarding him with LYM tokens for doing physical exercises.
Recently in June, the Estonian government abandoned plans to create a national cryptocurrency after criticism from the head of the ECB Mario Draghi and other high-ranking representatives of the banking sector.