What Is Green Satoshi Token (GST)? Complete Guide Review About Green Satoshi Token.

What Is Green Satoshi Token (GST)?

What Is Green Satoshi Token (GST)?

STEPN is a Web3 lifestyle app with Social-Fi and Game-Fi elements. Users equipped with NFT Sneakers – walk, jog or run outdoors to earn GST, which can be used to level up and mint new Sneakers. Player can choose to lease or sell their NFT Sneakers on the in-app Marketplace; users’ GST earnings are stored in the in-app Wallet, which has a built-in Swap function. Green Satoshi Token take small taxes from in-app activities, such as NFT trading, Shoe-minting and Shoe-rental. All assets in the STEPN app are owned by individual users and majority of earnings in app are made by users.

Green Satoshi Token Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameGreen Satoshi Token
Short NameGST
Circulating Supply3,597,242.47 GST
Total Supply10,000,000
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ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
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Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

Carbon Neutrality

Portion of Green Satoshi Token profit goes to buy Carbon Removal Credit on the blockchain to combat climate change. With a little bit of gamification and move2earn as the core mechanic, STEPN can nudge millions to embrace a healthier lifestyle. STEPN does not require people to own NFT assets to move2earn. Instead, they can rent them for free from other users to get started, with the earnings split later. (Coming soon). Non-crypto natives can earn before they learn how to use a Decentralized Wallet. This will also be their first step in the Web3 world.

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Smart contracts or services assume

More often though, dApps, smart contracts or services assume that users will come to them. This method is very similar to the early 2003 era of the internet where users were expected to perform an action, come back later and check the results of those actions (Gmail, Orkut, etc). While this was okay with early internet days and web 2.0, it is not the case with traditional services now.

Green Satoshi Token In fact, no web 2.0 service really expects the user to come to them now, instead, they reach out to their users informing them about certain important events or any further actions required from users end. Modern push notification played a crucial role in this transition and has become a backbone for all web 2.0 services.

Decentralized notification protocol

This is a major issue in adoption and the problem will worsen more as the services keep on growing on blockchain. This paper describes the solution to these problems and aims to provide the missing piece of web 3.0 infrastructure with the introduction of the decentralized notification protocol. The protocol will enable users to receive notifications, be in complete control of the notifications they receive as well as enabling users to receive and accumulate token incentives from those notifications.

Protocol / Product Flow

Notification is stored and treated like Green Satoshi Token payload which is transformed as per the rules of the different carriers when the notification reaches them. JSON Payload can differ with payload types which ensures the flexibility of the content, data, storage interpretation and delivery. This helps in creating different rules and content interpretation of the notification (for example carrying images, call to action, live videos, etc).The protocol allows users be in direct control of what services they get notification from; it imposes rules on the services including spam protection for users, limiting their ability to add wallets as subscribers, etc.

Green Satoshi Token The protocol incentivizes users who receive notifications. This on-chain abstraction of data enables delivery of information to centralized as well decentralized carriers, notifications are treated more like a social feed (e.g. Twitter) than an ephemeral piece of information (though means to do so also exists). It also enables rules, incentives, settings and configuration to be retrieved from a single source of truth and is not dependent on a single point of failure.