Overview of Substratum

  • Substratum transfer targets the grammatical system, and the transferred system is then exponenced with suitable morphosyntactic materials from the lexifier, filtering out those component features for which the lexifier has no well-formed morphosyntactic exponent.
  • Substratum’s original whitepaper, which was recently removed from the project’s website (not sketchy at all), states that “founders receive no shares [of SUB] until the first version of Substratum is released in 2018”.
  • The substratum is the cause of a thing’s being or existence; the process of shaping or forming is the cause of its being a particular kind of being or existent, that is, of its having one set of qualities rather than another.
  • Substratum incline had little influence on colonising epibiota, with the exception of canopy algae in deeper habitats where vertical surfaces supported greater taxon richness than horizontal surfaces.
  • Substratum’s voting algorithm takes a range of factors into consideration before removal, including each user’s substrate count, how long they’ve been a member, and their own voting frequency.
  • SubstratumNetwork is an open-source network that allows anyone to allocate spare computing resources to make the internet a free and fair place for the entire world.
  • Substratum entered the crypto scene in 2017 with big dreams—a vision to recreate a “a free and fair Internet.” And it raised a few big money to do it.
  • Substratum (SUB) is a digital coin of a decentralized platform that tries to create a new generation of Internet, or so-called Internet 3.0.
  • Substratum cryptocurrency is basically a way of accessing the internet securely, without any third party censorship.
  • Substratum is not in a good place right now, and investors of the SUB token are arguably in an even worse place.
  • Blockchain

    You can also verify transactions on the substratum blockchain.


    In the same way that Bitcoin miners are rewarded for processing transactions, Substratum nodes are rewarded for delivering content.


    Substratum is an open-source network that allows anyone to allocate spare computing resources to make the internet a free and fair place for the entire world.


    COSS, which is the only legitimate exchange with SUB/BTC and SUB/ETH markets is responsible for ~30% ($7500) of the trading volume.In this situation, Substratum’s founders wouldn’t be able to support the project with their soon-to-be-released SUB holdings even if they wanted to, and the release of SubstratumNode V1 won’t change this reality for a few reasons.Long story short, the order books are extremely thin, and there is almost no buy-side demand minus certain members of the Substratum community looking to “buy the dip” since $3.00.Unfortunately, since being delisted from Binance, SUB’s daily trading volume has been reduced to ~$25,000.

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    Benthic assemblages on artificial reefs in the northwestern Adriatic Sea: Does structure type and age matter?

    The use of artificial reefs is on the rise worldwide.While their fish aggregating effects are well known, the epibenthic assemblages have been poorly investigated.Two types of artificial reefs (pyramids of concrete slabs and bundles of concrete tubes) have been deployed out of the Po River Delta in 2006 and 2010.The epibenthic assemblages were investigated in 2009 and 2012.Benthic assemblages on both structure typologies were dominated by species tolerating high sedimentation rates.Dissimilarities were found among assemblages with different ages, and, in less extend, between reef typologies.Colonisation by Mytilus galloprovincialis and other major space occupiers did not follow a clear succession pattern and was not affected by reef typology.Species colonisation was likely driven by variability in environmental conditions and recruitment processes rather than by reef typology.This study suggests that environmental features of the deployment sites should be carefully considered in planning and designing artificial reefs, especially in eutrophic and turbid coastal waters, exposed to high river loads.

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    History of Substratum