Tokens are minted, cryptocurrencies are mined.
When Bitcoin the asset is created on the Bitcoin blockchain, or when Ether is created on the Ethereum blockchain, we call the process mining. The mining of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency cannot be separated from the continuation and functioning of the Bitcoin blockchain; to add (or hash) a new block onto the chain is to record a new batch of transactions, and to reward the node that created it with Bitcoin the asset. As above, this is what makes Bitcoin a cryptocurrency, not a token.
When a new, third party asset is created on top of a blockchain – but the creation of that crypto asset is not integral to the functioning of that blockchain – we call the process minting. That is why no one mines $SWEAT, but mints it.