The next steps for the Cosmos Hub: road to a premium security Hub (Anatomy of the Interchain Security Stack)
Lesser known projects that are launching or have launched in the Cosmos, IBC ecosystem
An ecosystem of App-chains 2: More interesting blockchains built in the Cosmos ecosystem
Liquid Staking Derivatives opportunities?
New Fiat <> Crypto Payments App. Need Testers + Feedback!
Evmos has raised over $27 millions to expand in Development of Decentralized Applications(EVM)!
What's Happening in the Cosmos Ecosystem?
Atom has moved into the Top 20 coins by market cap, why is that?
NEED HELP PLEASE Sent ETH to EVMOS now cannot figure out how to swap for EVMOS
Will a Queen Elizabeth NFT be minted anytime soon?
EVMOS validator tries to cheat in PoS to get slightly higher revenue and gets slashed. Now asking people to delegate to its new validator.
If you used Ethereum network pre-2021, claim your Evmos!
We, the Financial Revolutionaries. (plus crypto daily recap)
The Internet of Blockchains - June Update
SafuEVMOS APY 382,945.41% || Autostaking and autocompounding|| First Safuu fork on EVMOS || Launch on 7th May at 20 UTC
SafuEVMOS Biggest APY || Autostaking|| The Only One Safuu fork on EVMOS Chain || Launch on 7th May
SafuEVMOS Great APY Holders Heaven Safe Token Great Potential First Safuu fork on EVMOS Network || Launch on 7th May
> Why isnt there any feature yet to match automatically the network that recieving adress is from? Is that too hard to implement and if so, why? Because most chains use the same addresses. If you set up an address on Ethereum, you also have that same address on BSC, Avalanche, Fantom, EVMOS and other Alt-L1s; Polygon PoS, Gnosis and other sidechains; Optimism, Arbitrum and other L2s; ... and a whole bunch of testnets. That also means though that... > I have lost some money like this. Just by sending through wrong network. This might not be true. If you have the private keys for the wallet you sent to on one chain, it means you also have the private key to the wallet that the coins arrived in. Don't accept any PMs offering to help you with this, but if you use Metamask or something similar you may just be able to change the network and find your assets.
I hate SCRT personally, the network literally never worked for me and the devs are sketchy AF. I lost thousands of dollars and Juno, Neta and Raw so not too into that ecosystem, semi-sketchy devs there too. EVMOS seems very dead after a bunch of hype I never understood. Osmosis is the best dex around but it did get hacked... Maybe some Hua, it's meme coin season? ORAI gets a good piece of the AI pumps when they happen. I can't keep up with all the new projects and airdrops but almost all of them see sus to me.
JUNO and EVMOS seem pretty dead to me. Printing new all time lows daily.
have you looked into other ATOM ecosystem alts? like JUNO,EVMOS and such could be a lucrative in the future
It’ll hopefully my first meaningful airdrop within the cosmos. Hopefully it’ll be as successful as OSMO, JUNO and EVMOS
PSA for ATOM stakers not tracking, 1st ICS chain (Neutron) went live two days ago and is making blocks. That one will be a bit like JUNO/EVMOS as a general purpose smart contract layer. Next ICS chain which has passed a signaling proposal and is being developed now is Stride, a liquid staking chain. This means native staking ATOM will pay out in liquid staked tokens for the chains Stride supports. (e.g. ATOM itself, OSMO, JUNO, INJ, etc.) Rewards will be small but still a really cool practice.
STRD, OSMO, JUNO, EVMOS, KUJI, SOMM, AKT, AXL, and small bits in a few others. Hbu?
EVMOS is still 104%, but be careful with that one.👀
tldr; Blockchain scaling startup Dymension has launched the world's first IBC-enabled EVM rollup on testnet in collaboration with Evmos Core Teams and Celestia. The rollup is being deployed within the platform’s initial testing ground called “35-C” and will feature a Uniswap v2 fork and a bespoke frontend. The RollApp leverages EVMOS token as its gas token. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
>The new EVM RollApp leverages the EVMOS token as its gas token. It is also tasked with updating its state to the Dymension Hub and posting data to Celestia’s “Mocha” testnet. >The RollApp will feature a Uniswap v2 fork and a bespoke frontend. This is essentially part of a proof-of-concept to show how anyone can seamlessly deploy their own RollApp and host EVM dApps. Anyone can explain in simpler terms? Challenging read.
VVS. Invested only $20 dollars. It’s still sitting collecting interest. And same with EVMOS. I have that in auto restake app
I do enjoy staking for the added benefits like rewards and participating in governance. I do have a number of cryptocurrencies I'm staking such as ATOM, OSMO, OCEAN, and EVMOS. The rewards are also good.
Evmos definitely counts, lol. EVMOS, FOT, CRE, STRD, were all reasonably valuable airdrops over the last year. Many thousands of dollars combined. Neta was slightly more than a year ago but was worth tens of thousands.
Used to be even more COSMOS! I can see from your flair you are too haha. Used to have even more exposure but I recently got out of JUNO, SCRT, EVMOS and AKT.
I would be very weary with EVMOS.
I moved my DCA away from EVMOS and JUNO... my bags are my bags, I'm not selling fir now, but not adding... ATOM tho, I'm focused on that. 4x? Who TF knows... seems possible for ATOM to go to the 40s and beyond, IDK that JUNO will see new ATHs again, sadly
Don’t know. The only crypto I have right now is 250 EVMOS. I’m using restake app. Will see where it goes in 10-15 years Lol
METIS, EVMOS, JUNO, SHD, SCRT. Not financial advice.
I'm using crypto for a number of the above cases. I have used OCEAN and CTSI to book flights on Travala before. I also like the idea of using crypto for governance. I have voted in a number of proposals with OCEAN before. CTSI also has upcoming proposals which I'm looking forward to. ATOM, EVMOS, OSMO, and OP are some of the projects I have participated in their governance.
New chains/tokens in the cosmos ecosystem often have airdrops for people staking ATOM and a few others. For best chances of being eligible for airdrops it’s best to be staking at least the following: ATOM OSMO JUNO SCRT EVMOS Try stake on validators outside the top 20, and avoid the ones that offer 0% commission. Check out the subreddit r/cosmos airdrops for updates on the latest airdrops.
You’re very welcome. I’ve been into DeFi for about a year now so I know how hard it can be to get an idea for exactly a “reasonable” staking APY is coming with a real world background where banks feel threatened about exchanges offering 2% on stablecoins. I’m not gonna say to buy anything, but from my experience in DeFi the staking rewards on Cosmos seem to be fairly representative of the range of “hardly even worth it”, to the edge of what I’d even consider touching as far as staking rewards goes. I looked for a current list but couldn’t find anything in a couple mins so I’ll just look at my wallet and list 10 of those for you so you can get an idea: ATOM: 21.96% OSMO: 20.87% CRO: 12.95% JUNO: 31.57% UMEE: 17.05% EVMOS: 82.33% SCRT: 24.24% AKT: 10.53% KAVA: 15.78% INJ: 16.62% Anything in the 3 digits as far as simple staking I consider highly risky. Sometimes you’ll get that high and have it not be sketchy if you get into an LP with fixed rewards early and you’re splitting rewards with like 5 other people before other people come in and the % drops a couple hours later, but also a project listing % returns in days and not annually, that’s a bit of a red flag too. Don’t give up though, when you find a good DeFi platform it’s fantastic, I’d definitely just have a separate exploratory wallet you only keep like $20 in for that, and make sure you manually disconnect from dapps regularly.
I'm insanely bullish on the Cosmos ecosystem. The ease of use going between L1s without bridging makes everything else seem so archaic. I have a harder time making bets on any individual L1, (ATOM, EVMOS, OSMO, etc.) within it, though.
Yeah bro⚛️ JUNO, OSMO, EVMOS and STARS. Why?
Does Cosmos not already do this with IBC and EVMOS?
Out of the box, IBC connects to other IBC ans simple as sending atom to a osmosis adress. Cosmos, osmosis, CRO, SCRT to name a few, are all their own thing and don't rely on others for security but can easily be sent to others. EVMOS is a EVM in dev. And I can't think of a matic counterpart at the moment. If I was making my own crypto it be here.
Yeah i would recommend 50 ATOM, 100 OSMO, and 50+ JUNO and 100 EVMOS, but requirement changes ever drop. I would start with ATOM then EVmos (cause its cheap currently ) then Osmo and Juno last.
Staking through the native wallet, there are lots of airdrops all the time. Just look up the cosmos ecosystem, it’s famous for its airdrops. Some people made a lot of money from getting JUNO or EVMOS
Lots of IBC (coins that can swap networks ATOM) with good returns.EVMOS 10% SCRT 9% UMEE 10% to name a few
My favourite passive income strategy is staking and airdops. For staking, I have ATOM, CTSI, OSMO, EVMOS, and a number of other DeFi tokens staked. Staking them also grants me governance rights. Airdops require you to participate in some tasks like testing a new chain or dApps, governance or even staking a particular coin.
Staking is really nice as passive income. I have ATOM, CTSI, EVMOS, OSMO and some other coins currently staked and are yielding good returns.
GMX, DPX, FXS, MKR, DVPN, EVMOS, And like 20 others... I research this a lot.
What's people takes on Sham governance proposals? Over on the SCRT network [2 discord mods](https://www.np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/11g4hds/yet_another_sham_proposal_this_time_on_secret/) look like their gonna force through paying themselves 3K a month (current value) to moderate the discord for 20 hours a week. With a 14% voter turn out. [ The same](https://www.np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/11fm63j/yet_another_sham_proposal_this_time_on_evmos/) but worse on EVMOS
Well inside ETh you have tons of dApps and L2 networks like MATIC & LRC etc. But they're still running on ETHs network [COSMOS has another approach where it's a "Hub" like the sun.](https://mapofzones.com/home?columnKey=ibcVolume&period=24h) Projects can launch their own independent L1 blockchain, and connect it to the COSMOS via the IBC protocol. Since they are interoperable and connected to the "COSMOS" these networks can remain independant yet connected. They can also share validation security / decentralization through ICS or Mesh Security. >Interchain Security is the Cosmos-specific category of Shared Security that uses IBC (Inter-Blockchain Communication). Cross Chain Validation. Cross Chain Validation is the specific IBC-level protocol that enables Interchain Security. Then with chains like Axelar, EVMOS, CANTO etc, you can bridge in other non IBC networks. ETH and Polygon are already decently interoperable with the COSMOS. However DYDX and SushiSwap are the first big apps to directly move TO their own chains on the COSMOS rather than EVM it. The COSMOS internet of Blockchains is the future in my eyes.
Stake ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, STARS and EVMOS and participate in as much Governance as possible. The projects airdropping don’t want to airdrop to people who aren’t actively participating in the ecosystem. The days of simply staking and receiving lucrative airdrops are over IMO. The best airdrops will go to governance participants.
I missed the EVMOS snapshot... I put a few hundred into it, was getting a great reward back, then it shit the bed...
I'm pretty beat up by JUNO, EVMOS, OSMO.... I'm still backing ATOM
I thought if I stared long enough the price will increase. ATOM, OSMO, EVMOS, and CTSI are some of the coins I have been staking for the past years. Staking is recommended for projects that offer it.
What’s up with EVMOS why such poor price action too much dilution?
Im getting 96% staking EVMOS in defi, so no.
But thats the beauty of airdrops in the COSMOS Anyone can create projects and airdrop tokens to the community. There were a bunch of gems (EVMOS, Rebus, Tori and recently WYND for example)
It means that people should stop staking on CEX and stake on-chain. Also this is only applicable in the US. I have been staking ATOM, CTSI, OSMO, EVMOS, etc., for months on-chain and I doubt that the SEC can end their staking.
I fucked it all up 2 yrs ago... then got back in last yr, and took another beating... but I kept averaging down. I was overall up a couple months ago, then EVMOS shit out... so here I sit. Down 30ish % overall... still buying dips and compounding rewards
The big ones are OSMO (best DEX I've ever used), JUNO, EVMOS, SCRT, I'd say. ATOM's the safest bet but the others probably have more potential for growth (or losses). I think SCRT has a lot of potential, it's a privacy token but can be shown to regulators etc if necessary, but it's got some bumps to overcome as it matures.
I think a little bag of OSMO is indicated... I also have some KUJI, JUNO, EVMOS... nine of those are doing well. My main focus is ATOM
Staking/LPing in the cosmos has helped me stick it all out for the last year...there's plenty shitcoins in the cosmos, but some solid projects too... I'm mostly ATOM at this point... little JUNO, EVMOS, OSMO, KUJI, SCRT... my airdrops are staked or LPing. It's nice getting paid every day
Most of my portfolio are basically low caps, like NEAR, EVMOS, ORE, the high cap tokens like BTC, ETH, BNB are few, but I'm cool with APT & APE
EVMOS Evm 🤝 Cosmos Uniswap soon
Cosmos ATOM ! including OSMO, JUNO, STARS and EVMOS
I remember NETA gave me 6 thousand dollars. It was a JUNO airdrop. There then was OSMOSIS, Atom airdrop, I held and it made me 10 thousand dollars, there then was EVMOS, another 6 thousand dollars. PLENTY more ,you should explore Cosmos. Also there is this february ICS comming ,just by staking Atom you will be earning other coins by providing security for them, since there are a lot of atoms staked.
Way to many to count, EVMOS airdrop only gave me 1.2 k. I have been staking for a year and a half.
Tell that to people who got some EVMOS or JUNO for free (now obviously I hope they sold when it was worth a lot for JUNO)
I really like Cosmos and hold bags of the following: ATOM, JUNO, OSMO, STARS, HUAHUA and EVMOS (among smaller holdings of stuff I was airdropped). I feel there is a lot of potential and have liked some of the projects. Osmosis is a really good exchange, and if they can find a way to get Bitcoin over (whether bridged or native) I think it will result in some great gains. Unfortunately the bear market has decimated most from their ATH to some pretty paltry prices. Will they ever attain their previous values? Who knows, we all know shit about fuck, but I have hope for the future and see a lot more airdrops coming this year. Now I just need to remember to take some profits this time if they do go up.
Feels like it will slowly replace the airdrop model of giving the community coins, some will sell right away like they do now with airdrop others will hold to see is the project grows. But the constant sell pressure is a problem with most chains on cosmos, lost so much on EVMOS liquidity pool
APY at 100% is huge inflation mate. Cosmos chains do have this most time; EVMOS for instance, but then there's a 21 days lock up. Even the OCEAN data farming ongoing requires bonding from 2 weeks up to 4 years, so I just think that unlocked staking not really decent for a low cap.
ATOM, EVMOS, NGM, JUNO and anything on the Cosmos ecosystem right now.
I'm taking profits particularly impressed with how ATOM, OP, and EVMOS have moved. I've withdrawn my staking rewards and will buy back again when the market has gone down a bit, but then I don't know why degen plays don't work for me in NFTs, like a lot of the free mints I've made are just stale and not moving at the same speed as others who advised I move into it, so probably I'll just go with the buy-and-hold on Skyjack and Battlefly as they're all long-term hodls.
If I wanted to be that much into the Cosmos ecosystem I'd definitely own more on the app chain level. Osmosis, EVMOS, Stargaze have a ton more room to run and Atom doesn't seem to have too much of a monetary premium.
AFAIK nothing BIG but they have had governance talks on funding new projects and such to bring things TO EVMOS. I got some faith in that project long term as more ETH projects integrate IBC and whatnot.
IBC is revolutionary and it's going to connect all blockchain networks in the future. NGM, e-Money's governance token was what started my Cosmos journey. I've gone on to accumulate over 10 Cosmos based projects including ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, EVMOS and STARS in the last 2 years.
You should be trying to get BTC first before anything else. This sub is a good place to earn free crypto from your posts. Another means of earning crypto is by investing in and staking proof of stake coins such as ETH, ATOM, EVMOS, NGM, OSMO, FET, etc. These coins rewards stakers depending on the number of coins staked and the APY.
Are you saying ATOM or OSMO are scams because the staking APR is higher? That's the example from this post. If a coin is very early, take EVMOS for example, staking APRs are high because the network needs more coins staked for security. They don't stay high as the network grows.
You can earn in crypto by participating in bounty programs, airdrop farming, joining a DAO community, or staking your crypto tokens. The Ocean Protocol is currently hosting a hackathon with a $40k pool prize, and you can earn by staking tokens such as ATOM, MATIC, ETH, NGM, EVMOS, and others.
EVMOS had a nice week, my first time buying it and I literally bought the bottom. Feels weird seeing a coin in my profile up 30% Plus
With that kind of staking APY it’ll inflate insanely over time. Look at EVMOS last 6 month chart it had over 100% staking rewards and see how it ended up. so you are probably right in selling it short term bearish on inflation like this
Buying EVMOS at 1.6 and watching it go up to 2.4 was horrible because I couldn't unstake yet. And I thought it would keep going up. Of course it didn't, it just kept dumping everyday sitting around 29 cents now. Oh well, at least I bought some more along the way.
Some projects do fail as they are wolves dressed up as 'top notch guys'. Never really likes EVMOS
MOONS and BAT, you can earn them without having any initial.investment. My major passive income is staking PoS coins like ATOM, EVMOS, NGM and JUNO. You earn passively depending on the APY and your capital.
My wish list this 2023: 1. Bull run. 2. Cosmos ecosystem growth. 3. ATOM, NGM, EVMOS, JUNO, OSMO, etc reaching new aths. 4. More adoption.
Technically its not always bad. EVMOS was printing 700%+ APY when chain started, I staked all that i got from the airdrop, but converted rewards to Etherium and other coins. It ended up paying out for me even now that the token is down 80/90%. The ammont that i got at ATH is lesser as the ammont that i converted to mainly ETH but also AVAX, NEAR, BNB. So i ended up with a bit more than if i dumped at ATH and I still have the coins (although they print half a dollar a day now).
I plan to take my profits and reinvest them in projects with strong growth potential, such as EVMOS, ORE, and ALBT. These projects offer good DeFi rewards through staking, which can generate passive income over the long term
EVMOS. I just have a feeling.
1. Cosmos ecosystem is continuously growing + staking rewards and airdrops probably enticed some if not most of current holders (Note: I hold a lot of EVMOS so I may be biased) 2. I'm more of a focus on the tech person, and quite frankly even the technology doesn't seem very enticing. Better to wait it out as the other guy said, or short it if you are a brave man/woman! 3. Not a holder of ADA, but I feel like there are other tokens/coins that deserve its mainstream spotlight 4. I use Exodus but haven't bought anything, though if you do buy I believe there are fees involved, if you buy straight from rocket pool you get more bang for your buck. 5. Blue
MetaMask for ETH, EVMOS and Polygon. Cosmostation(Cosmos ecosystem mobile wallet) Keplr (Cosmos ecosystem desktop and mobile) Pera (Algorand)
I feel many coins in the Cosmos ecosystem are undervalued. The likes of JUNO, NGM, EVMOS, SCRT, etc. I’m particular about e-money (NGM), the E-Money service is driven by multiple currency-backed tokens, one for each supported fiat currency, which will represent a proportional value of the bank reserve. EEUR, ENOK, ECHF, etc. Additionally, E-Money uses the NGM (New Generation of Money) token for staking and rewards.
Cosmos (ATOM) coins such as EVMOS, JUNO, NGM and OSMO are going to pump the hardest. MATIC and FET are the others I can think of.
I'm mostly staking Cosmos based coins such as ATOM, EVMOS, NGM and JUNO. Their rewards are also very good with 21%, 125%, 26% and 36% APY respectively. Outside of Cosmos, I'm staking OCEAN in the ongoing data farming. 50,000 OCEAN is distributed weekly as rewards.
I am thankful for EVMOS airdrop in 2022. I am hoping for airdrop like EVMOS was in 2023 :) I am a simple manm
EVMOS...hmmmm... Did you registered for EVMOS name services? Juno lowered the apy, right? Secret too... I think
Does anyone here know/follow EVMOS (COSMOS)? What's happening with it? Suddenly lost a lot of value.
The majority of my cryptocurrency is stored in a DEX wallet. Keplr/Ledger for my cosmos gems such as ATOM, JUNO, and EVMOS, Yoroi for ADA, Metamask/Ledger for OCEAN, ETH, MATIC, and so on. The only thing I have left on the exchange is the emergency fund, which is in BUSD.
I've used Beefy in the past and I didn't have any issues with it. Right now I'm mostly into single sided staking of crypto assets such as ATOM, OCEAN and EVMOS. Yield farming can be more risky in a bear market.
There is a lot of development going on in Cosmos. I'm very excited about upcoming Inter chain security (ICS) in a month's time. I'm also excited in the developments going in on EVMOS, NGM, JUNO and CMDX.
I somewhat agree on the utility of the Cosmos token, however, most of the L1's built on top of Cosmos require staking of ATOM for potential airdrops. I don't know how much of a utility that is, but your airdrop on the new L1/L3 is usually proportional to your stake of ATOM on Cosmos. Still, not much utility though. The entire ecosystem is fire though. It's extremely resilient and to my knowledge has never been hacked. It's extremely secure and easy to spin up a new blockchain. This is valuable. VERY valuable. It's also now interoperable with Ethereum via EVMOS chain. So although the ATOM token may not necessarily be that important, the COSMOS ecosystem is incredible.
Cosmos is my favourite layer 0. With Inter Blockchain Communication (IBC), sovereign blockchains can communicate with each other without relying on the other. The ecosystem has been growing with projects like EVMOS, JUNO, OSMO, NGM, FET and CMDX on my watchlist.
Anyone simply holding, staking and auto-compounding EVMOS? I have no idea whats going on with the project but it has been in a literal straight downtrend and is at around 0.4 now.
Why is EVMOS going through the drain?
Thats great to hear. I'll be watching EVMOS with interest in the following months. Lets see what will happen soon.
Most who got airdropped (like you) probably sold really early and made money for free. As for me, I hope the EVMOS community stops focusing on its price action. I know most buyers of it were also enticed by its really high staking APY.
It will bounce back. EVMOS has a great team behind it.
One of my tokens is down 93 percent (EVMOS) from its ATH of 6.8$ . I didn't even buy back then, I bought at 1.6$ and I'm still down 70%. Currently sitting at 0.47 with sustained selling pressure.
There are many coins that can be staked through a cold storage device as highlighted by others already. I'm staking these coins: ATOM, EVMOS, OSMO, NGM, JUNO, and other Cosmos based projects directly from my noncustodial wallet.
Whats your favorite? Mine is OSMO, i have been leaning to EVMOS before but they didn't deliver as much as i hoped when it comes to the app development. Excited to see what COMDEX will deliver especially with trading synthetics.
I'm in it for the profit and also for the use cases. I use EEUR for international transfers and BUSD to fund my crypto card for payments. I also use Osmosis Dex for DeFi. Some of my participating liquidity pools include USDC/OSMO, NGM/OSMO and EVMOS/OSMO.
Imagine saying BlockFi is safe. The best crypto staking platforms are the ones you have full custody over your coins by staking directly through wallet. Using a wallet such as Keplr, I can stake ATOM, EVMOS, NGM, OSMO or other Cosmos based tokens, easily delegate, undelegate or redelegate the assets at any time.
That's totally wrong. I have been staking ATOM, EVMOS, JUNO, NGM, OSMO, SCRT, etc., directly from my wallet and I believe that most coins can be staked the same way.