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San Francisco, CA—October 16, 2012 AchieveMint, a mobile platform that rewards mobile application users for healthy behavior, has been awarded a Start-up Showcase Award at the O’Reilly Strata Rx conference, co-chaired by Colin Hill and Julie Steele. Twelve start ups were featured at the conference, and three received awards.

“We’re thrilled to win a Start Up Showcase Award at the O’Reilly Strata Rx Conference,” said Mikki Nasch, CEO of AchieveMint. “It’s great validation of AchieveMint’s business, vision and innovative use of data to further our ultimate goal of helping people live healthier lives.”

AchieveMint rewards mobile users for healthy behaviors through a single mobile dashboard. Users can earn points for losing weight, doing yoga, quitting smoking, etc through popular mobile applications. The product is currently in beta testing. To get started visit:

About AchieveMint
AchieveMint is a program that financially rewards mobile application users for behaviors that improve their health, like quitting smoking or losing weight. Working with mobile application partners, like Cessation Nation, and Rundouble, application users earn base points for completing healthy actions, all accessible through the AchieveMint mobile dashboard. These points, once amassed, can be exchanged for cash and merchandise. AchieveMint pays for the rewards by aggregating and analyzing the anonymous data collected by the applications and making that available to customers. User data is always kept completely anonymous. More information is available at

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