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Substratum (SUB) Price and Reviews

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Country: International
Launched: 2017
Market cap: $ 0.0
Supply: 0.0
Symbol: SUB
Price (USD): $ 1.3109
Volume 24h: $ 0.0
Change 24h: 1.7%
Max supply: 472,000,000.0
Expert Review
May 23, 2020

Substratum is currently based on cryptocurrency Ethereum protocol. You can check Substratum's market cap and volume on widget of our partner. Also you can see the latest SUB price on Cryptogeek.info. You can leave your feedback and reviews about Substratum cryptocurrency here.

Our Score
Transaction speed 4 / 5
Technology 4 / 5
Security 4 / 5
Investment potential 4 / 5
Reputation 4 / 5
Our Score
4.0 / 5
Pros and Cons
pros

Peer-to-peer

Good use of unused hardware

Cost-efficient

cons

Number of competitors

No physical backing

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User reviews
Bob N 20 December 2021
4.0

Not one of my favs, but I still keep some coins.

Sandra 8 December 2021
5.0

Highly recommend adding some Substratum to your portfolio :)

Mary 24 November 2021
5.0

What a cool token! Yeah!

Country: International
Launched: 2017
Market cap: $ 0.0
Supply: 0.0
Symbol: SUB
Price (USD): $ 1.3109
Volume 24h: $ 0.0
Change 24h: 1.7%
Max supply: 472,000,000.0
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