Subawu TOKEN


The Subawu Token Rolled off the assembly line on March 4, 2022

At the time of minting, 14% of the coin was burned. 3% of the coin is locked into a dual-signature marketing wallet for the purpose of donations

The Gnosis Safe Wallet can be viewed here:


Shortly thereafter, ownership of the project was renounced by sending the initial capital and project liquidity to its burn address. This cannot be reversed.


CONTRACT: 0x05302F06f8979c51122b79b430A5F6F36B9A5D9B





What is the Subawu Token?

The Subawu Token was explicitly designed to be a community-driven, ownership-renounced token with the ultimate goal to help investors financially. The coin was created with Subaru fans in mind, but is intended for everyone who loves cars. Anyone can join the Subawu community, with the provision that their behavior reflects the Community spirit of kindness, transparency and philanthropy. The token is entirely community-driven, and was designed to be a community commodity for goodness.

Why Should I Invest in the Subawu Token?

Our pledge is to conduct all transactions publicly, honestly, and with the intent to allow this cryptocurrency to behave as it should in the wild. In an environment free of the fear of rugpulls, liquidity theft or “pumping and dumping,” this token can progress as far as the community that supports it.

• 100% SAFE Project

• Long Term Value

• Low Market Cap

• Passive Income

• Comnmunity Driven


While the Subawu Token is intended to create a community, nothing in this document is intended as financial advice. Please research this (and all) cryptocurrencies thoroughly before investing in them. By purchasing Subawu Tokens, you are aware that this is not a security or investment. Please do not invest anything you cannot afford to lose, use your head, and consult a financial advisor with any questions about investing in a financial market. 


Part One - Green Flag

"I take to the open road. Health, free, the world before me." -Walt Whitman

  • Team Formation
  • White Paper
  • Token Launch on BSC
  • Road Trip Planning
  • 25,000 Twitter Followers
  • 15,000 Telegram Followers
  • Website Launch
  • NFT Creation for fundraising, donations and marketing
  • PancakeSwap Launch
  • Smart Contract Testing

Part Two - First Leg

"Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter." Izaak Walton

  • CoinMarketCap/Coingecko Listing
  • 2,500 Wallet Holders
  • Marketing Launch
  • Community Meeting
  • 35,000 Twitter Followers
  • 25,000 Telegram Followers
  • First Charity Donation: $5-10k
  • $10mm Market Cap

Part Three - Navigation Check

"This no longer a vacation, it s a quest. It s a quest for fun! I m gonna have fun,and you re gonna have fun." - Clark W. Griswold

  • Project and White Paper Review
  • Market Analysis
  • Second Community Meeting
  • 50,000 Twitter Followers
  • 35,000 Telegram Followers
  • Influencer Marketing
  • 35,000 Twitter Followers
  • NFT Game for fundraising, donations and marketing
  • Second Charity Donation - over $10,000
  • $50mm Market Cap


Part Four - Full Speed Ahead
"Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go" – T.S. Eliot
  • Road Trip Review
  • 5,000 Wallet Holders
  • Partnerships
  • NFT Planning
  • Third Comunity Meeting
  • Website Review
  • Influencer Review
  • Third Charity Donation - over $20,000
  • $100m Market Cap

Part Five - Home Stretch
may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I ended up where Iintended to be." - Douglas Adams
  • Road Trip Review
  • 75,000 Twitter Followers
  • 50,000 Telegram Followers
  • 7,500 Wallet Holders
  • Website Redesign
  • NFT Game for fundraising, donations and marketing
  • Fourth Charity Donation - over $40,000
  • $200m Market Cap

Part Six - Victory Lap
"Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads." - Doc Brown
Project Review
  • Future Planning
  • Fourth Community Meeting
  • 100,000 Twitter Followers
  • 75,000 Telegram Followers
  • 10,000 Wallet Holders
  • Website Review
  • Fifth Charity Donation - over $50,000
  • $500mm Market Cap


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