Stepn GST Token Slides 97% – Despite Fitness App Having 3M Users

Stepn GST Token Slides 97% – Despite Fitness App Having 3M Users

Stepn (GST) is competing in the fitness industry using cryptocurrencies and the blockchain. Stepn is a smartphone software built on Solana and produced by app developer FindSatoshi Lab that allows users to earn money by jogging, running, or walking. Under the influence of this bearish market, however, the price of GST (Green Satoshi Tokens) has fallen below the $1 critical support level. The coin is currently trading at $0.18, representing a 97 percent decline from its all-time high of a little over $9 on April 28. To prevent the ecosystem from imploding, the coin must once again attract....


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