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Unable to buy OSMO through my Trust Wallet?

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Mastering Cosmos Airdrops: The Best Coins to Stake to be Eligible, Useful Tools | JUNO, ATOM, OSMO, SCRT

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Exchange path service

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The different types of Staking explained: On-Chain Staking, Liquid Staking, and SuperFluid Staking.

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How would NOMIC work with nBTC rewards? (Cosmos Ecosystem)

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Juno Prop 16 - Righting a Wrong with a Wrong?

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So I finally bit the bullet...

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BEP20 Scam Alert

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Staking & LPs - What other ecosystems?

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Staking & LPs - In a few already - what am I missing out on?

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Osmosis Superfluid Staking TUTORIAL: step by step | ATOM/OSMO | Cosmos Ecosystem

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Superfluid Staking is now live on Osmosis.

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Stake.Tax Shout-out

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Investing in Avalanche or Cosmos

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Stakedrops in the Cosmos Ecosystem you can still stake for:

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Can we take a moment to appreciate how successful the Cosmos chain has been?

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I want to invest a "large" amount (at least large for me). What should I buy and what percentage? Want to be safe and willing to risk also.

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Juno: A new proof of stake token to power an ecosystem of cross-chain Smart Contracts network for a permissionless, fast and economical solution to deploy decentralised apps and tools.

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Why Cosmos is the best crypto ecosystem

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Staking coins - 400% APY with huahua and 80% APY with osmo

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Other ATOM staking options besides OSMO

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Have you guys seen (OSMO) coin apr that’s huge

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Have You guys Seen OSMO Coin stake apr that’s Huge

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Cosmos (ATOM) is up 16% on the 30 day, and for damn good reason

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People should check out the Cosmos ecosystem and try out the IBC, if you want infinite scalability and crazy ease of use.

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Any OSMO fans? Cosmos Connects now connects Ethereum Via the Osmosis DEX

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Stargaze claim available

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Superfluid staking explained - Why it will be a gamechanger

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This was $200 when I put it in 2 weeks ago, and OSMO was only around $4...

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Tax tool for ATOM, SOL, LUNA & OSMO

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Why Cosmos (ATOM) is Pumping

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HODLing and Maximizing Staking Potential

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Cosmos (ATOM) hits new ATH of $44.25

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There is a lot of positive sentiment permeating throughout the entire Cosmos Hub Ecosystem, I think investors are finally starting to realize that a multi-chain and interoperable internet of blockchains truly is the future.

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Osmosis (OSMO) - A coin in the top 75 that is not yet on any centralised exchange. A diamond from the Cosmos ecosystem

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🐾An actual gem, not on the Binance Shitchain. It got released not so long ago: Chihuahua ($HUAHUA) in the Cosmos Ecosystem. Check it out and thank me later!🐾

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🐾An actual gem, not on the Binance Shitchain. It got released not so long ago: Chihuahua ($HUAHUA) in the Cosmos Ecosystem. Check it out and thank me later!🐾

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COSMOS - the gift that keeps on giving!

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Q4 Terra Updates for y'all Lunatics out there

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Well, guess I'm back to investing in Ethereum

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Secret Network is live on Osmosis!

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Just need my OSMO to stay going up 21% for a week or so and I will be happy

Mentions:#OSMO

Well since you asked...you could do me a solid and buy some OSMO. *Disclaimer: Dozy is not responsible for any losses you may incur on this trade, no blame will be accepted. Dozy is also not responsible for any gains you incur, however, credit for said gains will happily be accepted*

Mentions:#OSMO

#Cosmos Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by MrMoustacheMan which won 1st place in the Cosmos Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > #Cosmos Con Argument > > - *Disclaimer: ATOM currently makes up ~1-2% of my portfolio. Including Cosmos related projects like OSMO, JUNO, etc. or projects built on Tendermint like BNB, LUNA, CRO, then it's more like 5%.* > > - While I wrote about the benefits of a [hub and spoke model](https://v1.cosmos.network/images/intro/06-architecture.svg) in the [Cosmos Pro thread](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yl2/coin_inquiries_round_cosmos_proarguments_november/), different development models/architecture have different tradeoffs (e.g., [Cathedral vs. Bazaar](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cathedral_and_the_Bazaar), [empire vs nation states](https://www.finder.com.au\/brave-new-worlds-cosmos-blockchain-and-social-evolution), [different blockchain types](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain#Types), or even [DAGs](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag)). > > - **TLDR**: The overarching focus of Cosmos is on interoperability - but a priority on connecting everything together doesn't necessarily benefit the development or utility of ATOM itself. It's natural for developers to disagree on their vision for a decentralized, open source project and some may even regard that as a positive. But infighting is bad for optics and there are certain aspects of ATOM's tokenomics that may limit its value within the 'Internet of Blockchains'. > > ##Team entropy > > - In February 2020, fighting within the Cosmos team lead to a [shakeup of talent](https://decrypt.co/19769/zaki-manian-cosmos-number-two-resigns) and a [restructuring of the companies involved in developing the project](https://messari.io/article/amid-multiple-departures-cosmos-core-contributor-tendermint-inc-restructures-the-company). > > - Former Tendermint director [Zaki Manian accused founder Jae Kwon of neglecting Cosmos by instead working on a side project, Virgo](https://decrypt.co/18324/tendermint-director-accuses-cosmos-founder-of-evading-responsibility). > > - Some (including Jae), regarded the 'break up' as a [move towards decentralization](https://gist.github.com/jaekwon/7cb869769aecf9c86bfd1b9e61c488df). > > - Zaki (in a now deleted tweet) [disagreed with the decentralization claim and pointed to delays in development, turnover and under-resourcing of the Cosmos project](https://web.archive.org/web/20200207134418/https://twitter.com/zmanian/status/1224384772677390336). Others [reported a toxic environment for engineers](https://twitter.com/jessysaurusrex/status/1224417773620588545). > > - Amidst this backdrop of 'he said, she said' the fact is that core developers like to work on their own pet projects: > > - I'm not sure if Virgo is still a thing, but [Jae Kwon stepped down to work on a Gno project](https://twitter.com/jaekwon/status/1360867477572493313?s=28). Zaki went on to [work on Iqlusion and Sommelier](https://www.linkedin.com/in/zmanian/) while Sunny Aggarwal [started Osmosis and Sikka](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sunnya97/). > > > > ##Project entropy > > - The [community tends to dismiss devs fighting as FUD](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/r2zhz0/its_a_fud_hit_piece_and_makes_me_sick/). And one could argue that developers shifting to work on other projects is a 'value add' to the ecosystem rather than a detriment to work on Cosmos. > > - I'm not so sure - and I think a related example is actually the main products these teams worked on, [Cosmos SDK](https://v1.cosmos.network/sdk) and [Tendermint](https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/tendermint-explained). > > - In the Pro thread I highlighted how many popular projects such as BNB, CRO and LUNA have been built using these tools. > > - Many of those coins now [have a higher marketcap than ATOM - but, beyond displaying their total value](https://cosmos-cap.com/) under one umbrella there isn't a 'trickle down effect' whereby growth in CRO impacts the value of ATOM. > > - This is a function of the Cosmos design decision to [retain the sovereignty of each connecting chain](https://juliankoh.medium.com/5-differences-between-cosmos-polkadot-67f09535594b). Unlike Polkadot or ETH, a rising tide in the Cosmos ecosystem *doesn't necessarily* lift all boats: > > - Polkadot parachains use DOT's security. Ethereum tokens use ETH as gas. But projects in the Cosmos ecosystem are not 'locked in' to using ATOM. > > - [Transactions fees on the Cosmos Hub do not necessarily need to be paid in ATOM](https://cryptoseq.medium.com/cosmos-atom-token-and-the-commonly-misunderstood-staking-tokens-part-three-958c295c5b78). > > - In the absence of a [shared security model](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035), all the [connected zones and hubs today](https://mapofzones.com/?period=720&testnet=false&tableOrderBy=totalIbcTxs&tableOrderSort=desc) continue to use their own native tokens rather than enhancing the value of ATOM. So, to go back to developer projects, [Osmosis can post growing liquidity and transaction volume](https://info.osmosis.zone/) but the DEX usage doesn't directly benefit ATOM. > > - So while the Cosmos Hub has been crucial to promoting interoperability, in the future it might not remain the economic center of an 'Internet of Blockchains' but instead get supplanted by one of its 'children'. > > - Jae Kwon spoke to this point years ago, [indicating his support for competition between hubs rather than locking users into Cosmos](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OAulsLeDI0&t=749s). > > - And the centrality of ATOM seems to be the subtext of recent [dev arguments over 'Cosmos' nomenclature](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/scye0t/sunnys_constant_attacks_on_the_cosmos_hub/), with [calls to rebrand](https://twitter.com/sunnya97/status/1486031900925784066). > > - Where Cosmos *does* lock in users is with staking: > > - [ATOM uses a high token inflation rate to ensure a high staking participation. Users who don't stake their ATOM get essentially penalized by inflation, as the value of their holdings is diluted over time](https://medium.com/swlh/what-are-the-flaws-of-the-cosmos-and-how-to-tackle-them-6c114f4f3bd7). > > - This is obviously not beneficial for holders of smaller stacks and/or users who want to retain liquidity without being locked in to the 21-day unbonding period. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yls/coin_inquiries_round_cosmos_conarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/umsqe8/monthly_optimists_discussion_may_2022/).

IBC is the real network. ATOM is nothing more than a governance token currently. You could just as easily use OSMO as an economic intermediary. Having said that, I love the projects built on top of IBC. Keplr is a super user-friendly wallet. Keplr + Osmosis is fantastic entry point for anyone who wants to get their feet wet in Defi, staking, and governance.

Mentions:#ATOM#OSMO

If you bought today, what did you buy today? I picked up some more OSMO.

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We still buying ATOM and OSMO?

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We still buying ATOM and OSMO

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Topped up on a little $OSMO and $SCRT. Looking like we’ll be dumping lower soon though.

Mentions:#OSMO#SCRT

I grabbed several million pretty close to the bottom, then staked it in ATOM and OSMO pools while the APR was 50,000% +. I lost about $1k in Anchor. I made multiples of that in profit in the ensuing aftermath.

Mentions:#ATOM#OSMO

Cosmos ecosystem. Stake with Juno 108 APY, or ATOM and OSMO staking. In addition to LP pools at osmosis. Recommend ATOM/OSMO pool.

Mentions:#ATOM#OSMO

Maybe add some OSMO... It's around a dollar and it's sort of the premier cross chain DEX in the cosmos network

Mentions:#OSMO#DEX

UST was used as liquidity pair in all Cosmos projects like LUNA, CRO, OSMO, JUNO. Those are nothing to sneeze at.

Start with trying to get 10-15 ATOM and staking them via Cosmostation or Keplr. Then work towards staking 50 OSMO and 25 JUNO

Thinking of adding JUNO ATOM and OSMO... something in the cosmos ecosystem I think that will be good

I think that proposal 1 should take into account LUNA that is staked and in liquidity too, I had a substantial amount in the osmosis pool for LUNA/OSMO that was used for arbitrage exit liquidity. If they properly take into account LUNA holders as well as UST holders then I favor prop 1 for sure. I am not ready for 2nd go at an algorithmic stablecoin just yet lol.

COULD crash? I'm already down like 75% on OSMO and ALGO

Mentions:#OSMO#ALGO

I trade .34 cents worth of OSMO for 5k LUNA; which was gained from staking anyways lol. Here's hoping for FOMO to $1 !!

Mentions:#OSMO#LUNA

Lol. I have never seen a -100% before until LUNA. From this list, I think I OSMO, ROSE are good options IMO Others like AZERO, SCRT & upcoming ones like TEAM, FLD should do well too. Can go to zero of course.

Recovered most of my original LUNA loss (Had bought about five total throughout 2021, mostly for the SHADE airdrop since I am a SCRT fanboi) Along with about $50 more in JUNO since I imagine a good portion of LUNA devs are headed there. Even if they pick OSMO instead, I'm already balls deep in OSMO LPs so that's a win. AND I still got 295k LUNA as a meme...it's been a decent week tater.

I like ATOM but I can't speak about ATOM without speaking about the entire ecosystem. I feel like Cosmos makes it easy to use everything and have a good balance of professionalism and flavor which is important in todays day and age. Instead of inventing shitcoins ^((for the most part)) they embraced them which has added more utility to their newer tokens like OSMO.

Mentions:#ATOM#OSMO

I did the exact same. Swapped 1 OSMO for 3.1 million Luna. Had a few other spare Osmo in the wallet idk why I didn’t toss those in too

Mentions:#OSMO

What abou that Osmosis (OSMO) on TW that have 60% APR?

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I’ve been seeing Luna posts all day. Thought everyone was idiots. Then looked on OSMO and saw I had some dust sitting there in atom and osmo. Now the proud owner of 18,000 Luna

Mentions:#OSMO

I swapped an OSMO for a few thousand, just for the pure nonsense of it.

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So I traded $100 of OSMO last night for 17,125,270 LUNA. It’s worth $2688 bucks today… just sayin’. Not getting my hopes up but… maybe.

Mentions:#OSMO#LUNA

I turned $3 into $600 from swapping some OSMO into Luna last night

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If you swapped 100 OSMO for Luna last night before the chain halt you would have spent $153 for 3.1b Luna. That $153 would now be worth over $10k. I swapped a few, wonder if anyone hit it big

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Turned 1 OSMO into 7.2 ATOM by swapping that OSMO to Luna before the halt lol. Originally got the Luna to hold as a memento but def taking the atom and running

Mentions:#OSMO#ATOM

I turned 1 OSMO into 4.3 ATOM with this pump lol

Mentions:#OSMO#ATOM

Just swapped 1 OSMO ($1.45) for 3.1 million Luna lol. So easy to become a whale these days

Mentions:#OSMO

My OSMO in Osmosis DEX has been getting hammered lately. But I can still trade 1 OSMO for 118.6 LUNA. This is just insane when you factor OSMO is at $1.50 or so.

The dangers of LPs: Invested in LUNA/OSMO LP, so when LUNA tanked the LP kept rebalancing by reducing OSMO for more LUNA. So not only did I lose everything on LUNA, all of my OSMO in the pool got wiped out too.

Mentions:#LUNA#OSMO

OSMO has been hammered to under 20% of its ATH. Just a few days ago, it took like 20-30 OSMO for 1 LUNA. Now, 1 OSMO is 165 LUNA. This is insane. With UST at under 0.40 and LUNA at microcap marketcap levels, this looks like the end for Terra Luna.

my biggest holdings are BTC, ETH, AVAX, ATOM, OSMO. sure, I've played around with risky shit, but nothing I wasnt willing to lose.

what makes you think I ever held crypto on an exchange? I've been using DEFI basically daily for over a year. my biggest plays were in OSMO LPs and AVAX LPs. like I said, most of it is rewarded in worthless platform coins. I still havent sold anything. I'll check back in a few years to see if I was made whole again. my biggest position is AVAX which I think will be one of the long term winners.

Seems like a lot safer portfolio than mine. 31% ATOM 16 % JUNO 14 % SCRT 14 % OSMO 12 % Others 6 % REGEN 3 % AKT 3 % LTC I'm fucked, aren't I?

Do you guys think OSMO, JUNO and COSMOS will survive 2022?

Mentions:#OSMO#JUNO

So do my OSMO and JUNO bags, fortunately I didn’t buy close to the ATH so I ‘only’ lost about 55% worth…

Mentions:#OSMO#JUNO

You are likely right. At this rate 1 OSMO will soon buy thousands of LUNA.

Mentions:#OSMO#LUNA

I have about 9 OSMO that I have not reinvested in Osmosis yet (Cosmos ecosystem DEX). Two days ago, 9 OSMO would not have got me 1 LUNA. Now, I can trade it for over 70. I am not making the trade, but seeing LUNA like this hurts.

Yea I had ~$6k in UST on Osmosis like 5 days ago because I had been slowly unbonding and pulling out of everything over the past few weeks. Once I saw the peg slip on UST I immediately converted it to ATOM, sent it to coinbase and sold for USD. Then yesterday my OSMO/UST pool finally unbonded and I pulled out another ~$600 right after UST went back up to ~$.83. I actually just made it out of everything by the skin of my teeth...other than the LUNA/UST pool 😂. It's been an interesting week.

You can if you set up an OSMO wallet in Keplr. ATOM->OSMO address->swap to UST

Would go with ATOM, OSMO, SCRT, JUNO and other “major” [IBC chains](https://cosmos.network/ecosystem/tokens) within the Cosmos Ecosystem. They’re all down quite a lot, supposedly because how much UST was used within Cosmos dapps as the native stable coin, but in reality none of those projects should be economically affected by the Terra-Luna cascade - they are all sovereign chains by themselves. The reason for looking into them is directly related though. The Terra-Luna situation has proven that the tech - the Cosmos SDK / Tendermint software that all of these are built on - can absolutely hold up during insane activity. It works and does what is claims to do, no Solana-like outage while millions of transactions are taking place.

Guys, I am so fucked. Have large sums bonded in the LUNA/OSMO and UST/OSMO LPs. They were 14 day bonds that were unbonding this Saturday… now they are virtually worthless. Also have a large chunk of our savings still in UST in Anchor. Thought that it would repeg by now… So fucked…

i lost around 1k€. OSMO/ust pool. Its all OSMO now, impermanent loss is huge and OSMO is heading down too. Not to mention that i literally got an Airdrop, sold it for UST, and now that airdrop is worth half of it

Mentions:#OSMO#UST

Nothing yet - if UST is gone for good then that will drag the entire market down further and there will be some big impacts on other chains. UST was fairly integral in the Cosmos ecosystem, so it will be a painful time across the board there. However once the dust settles in a couple of weeks then there could be some value to be found on some good projects there. 2 week unbonding period on OSMO liquidity pools means in about 12 days anyone who started unbonding when this started can sell whatever remains of their UST pools, if anything. Will be another ripple there but might represent a good buying opportunity. Fuck knows really, waiting and watching for now. Not been buying much recently so have some dry powder but not in a rush to load up just yet!

Mentions:#UST#OSMO

Bought BTC. And today I bought OSMO and JUNO because I am a degenerate.

Still holding. Had to DCA my bag today. Added more OCEAN, BNB, DOT, NGM, JUNO, ATOM, OSMO and others

I bought OSMO near ath when entering an LP. Follow for other excellent financial advice.

Mentions:#OSMO

how much did you guys lose bcz of UST? i feel really bad as i have UST/OSMO LP and i lost so much because of impermanent loss. now my only hope is, thst OSMO will pump

Mentions:#UST#OSMO

Sold my LUNA at $58, merely moments before it crashed all the way to $15. Got my UST out of OSMO pools several days ago 😅 thank god.

Got 4 more days until I am unbonded from the LUNA/UST pool on OSMO, I wonder if I'll manage to get a few bucks out of it. I think it was ~$500 a few days ago, now it's $88. I've lost more at the casino, but it'd be nice to have *something* left.

I am both Atom and DOT holder. It is not clear which is better. Atom has a better and faster growing ecosystem, i.e. the Cosmos ecosystem. But that ecosystem is hardly dependent on Atom's existence. Right now, Osmosis acts more like the IBC hub than the Cosmos hub. On the other hand, DOT has much BETTER tokenomics but a very small ecosystem. Each new L1 getting added to DOT means more DOT gets locked away from circulation. And DOT's L1 is much more supportive of keeping DOT as the main interchain currency. On Cosmos, Terra wants to ecosystem to adopt LUNA, Osmosis wants everyone to use OSMO, etc. Bottom line, Tendermint built a great ecosystem but didn't think much about bringing value to Atom. Right now, people are holding Atom for airdrops. But some newer airdrops are either excluding Atom or making it native chain exclusive.

bye bye my OSMO, ATOM, LINK and UST (only 60usd UST). Now i understand why ppl say only invest into eth and btc

Buying Alts with utility during dip is cool. I added more ATOM, NGM, OSMO, JUNO, AAVE, OCEAN today

I'm still staking within the Cosmos ecosystem i.e. SCRT, XPRT, JUNO, OSMO, and ATOM to get those juicy airdrops in the future -- plus, means I'm gaining tokens for the next year or two through this bear market however long it lasts

Might swap my OSMO out for ATOM. Kind of ‘selling at a loss’ but kind of ‘moving to a project I think is more likely to recover’ also. Sell low right? That’s how we do it round here?

Mentions:#OSMO#ATOM

I can leave it on CDC and stake, giving me more CRO. I can sell for a loss. Or I can LP, get some OSMO, that while low, can be used for whatever.

Mentions:#CRO#OSMO

Went hard into ATOM/JUNO/OSMO LPs and staking. Nothing like the effects of highly inflationary coins during a slump, getting fucked.

Just checked UST on Osmosis, and it's trading for 3.54 UST per OSMO (or about $1), just like it should be. Whatever is going on must be confined just to Anchor.

Mentions:#UST#OSMO

I had mine with ONE and OSMO, both projects where I'm not sure if they'll get back to those heights but at least the OSMO is an easy swap to ATOM which'll have a great future.

Got $75 worth of airdrops for OSMO LPs. Free money hey!

Mentions:#OSMO

Even though we are in a bear market, the daily OSMO rewards keep me happy #atomgang ⚛️

Mentions:#OSMO

At the end of the day utility, team, partnerships plays a big role in any projects sustainability. Projects like OCEAN protocol with actual utility in data space survives long term Cosmos will be here as well. IBC, Interoperability is what we need to scale crypto. Atom, NGM, OSMO, JUNO, UST, LUNA

I took a beating a year ago, left with some BTC and ETH in blockfi and a few MATIC and VET on their CEXs... all total maybe 600ish? Anyway I took a break till this year. I moved out meager holdings and got into the cosmos ecosystem. IBC just makes sense in my brain and I can actually take part in it is cool... So I'm DCAing away, staking everything and compounding my daily rewards... I have a bit of money in LPs on OSMO that gives me (essentially) a gas faucet to move tokens around and not get locked out... Once ATOM breaks $22 I'll switch strategies and move daily rewards into UST, build a cash position that I plan to use for future dips, specifically the really gut wrench red days... When the daily is raging days... I also plan to stake my airdrops. Impatience killed my portfolios previously. I'm holding till 2030 or, forever probably by then...I want as big a bag as possible by then...I don't need to make 1m or anything. But hitting 300-400k could give me a passive income stream where I could quit working and live easily on a reasonable budget.

I'm a big fan of Cosmos too. I have other Cosmos based projects like NGM, CRE, OSMO and JUNO. There's this other newly launched project which I'm keeping tabs on. It has high staking and LP incentives. The project is H2O, a non-pegged stable asset accelerating adoption of datatokens in the OCEAN market.

Ummm… I just don’t even understand that. Yes - Osmosis is good. Your path into it is exactly what I did to get into ATOM/LUNA LP’s. But - “at least Osmosis has a use “ ??? As compared to CRO ? Bizarre. CRO secures a chain with much higher value. Has much higher growth rate. Has an entire exchange ecosystem attached to it. Secures a TVL - [according to Defillama](https://defillama.com/chains) - that is 2 ½ times the size of Osmosis. In fact, TVL on Cronos is much much larger than that on Cosmos, and Osmosis COMBINED. And it started much later. And next - what sort of debit card can we get with Osmo, or Atom ? Using CRO - if a person would otherwise pay for streaming services anyway - You can access a crypto-friendly card that gives 42% ROI (Ruby), or 28% ROI (Jade.) Listen - I also offramp through Osmosis. I have ATOM in LP’s, and Luna. But at this point I would NEVER hold Osmo. Perhaps in future ?? But it seems like you’re advising people to leave a coin that has an incredible future - CRO and go into one with an extremely limited use-case - OSMO. Everyone is free to choose. But man - that’s bizarre !

I really do recommend Osmosis. It’s been a great experience. Just keep in mind high APRs are attractive, but OSMO the coin is inflationary by nature (will have sell pressure, but inflation will go down drastically over time). DYOR. But if most users are buying more OSMO or rebonding their OSMO rewards, then the OSMO coin price can really take off since the only way to buy in is off the few that are selling. Very interesting project that could become massive in the coming years. No guarantee in Crypto though…

Mentions:#OSMO#DYOR

OSMO is definitely higher risk, but it’s also very high reward if the coin comes back. It has had a awkward move up and down compared to BTC (sometimes gaining/losing). Seems the price is drive by things happening in the broader COSMOS community, like with JUNO, etc. If OSMO can integrate with more and more blockchains, it will become truly huge and could become one of the primary hubs between chains.

Can confirm. Osmosis experience is much better than Crypto.com’s spread and you can earn great APR’s on the LP. Just be mindful of impermanent loss and the fact that you have to unbond for 14 days if you want your money out. So I’d say Osmosis is great if you believe in the ATOM/OSMO/JUNO/LUNA chains, or any of the other ones that are high quality. Best place to hodl Luna IMO and earn high APR interest on your investment too.

No need to hold OSMO to use Osmosis. Even though at the moment the asset is depreciating the DEX itself is amazing.

Mentions:#OSMO#DEX

Nice. I left OSMO and will be doing the same. I’m not holding OSMO thru a bear market in hopes it will still be around next cycle.

Mentions:#OSMO

You don’t have to swap to OSMO. It’s just an option. CRO is definitely depreciating and shitty, too.

Mentions:#OSMO#CRO

Yep! Give people a depreciating asset (OSMO) for providing liquidity towards swaps, such as the one you just did.

Mentions:#OSMO

It's crazy to sell ALL your crypto at this point in time, imo. I'm holding and staking. This is why I like to go for projects that offer good staking rewards like ATOM, OIN, ROWAN, OSMO, JUNO, NEAR, SCRT. They only thing that I'd say is alright to sell now are those shitcoins one might have dabbled in and the profits would go into stablecoin staking until the new gems on my radar like FLD and TEAM are up for sale. Buy high and sell low is the fastest way to rekt city and NOT making it..but you know that already.

Fucking loving Osmosis now. It’s the easiest way to get your money out of CDC without spending anything. Send your CRO as crypto.org to DeFi, connect your defi to Keplr Wallet using the mnemonic seed, open Osmosis and deposit your CRO for .0002 CRO, convert to LUNA, ATOM, OSMO (I use the lowest fee, and for OSMO it was free), then send it to whatever wallet you want from Keplr. No CDC fees or shitty spread. Woo!

I have started doing this as well too, every day selling the OSMO rewards to add into the LUNA/UST pool

Osmosis gives almost 30% for LUNA/UST liquidity mining. It pays in OSMO though, which has been declining in price. I convert to LUNA/ATOM every day and stake

This year is for accumulating ones bags, next year even until we get another halving. What I've been doing is gradually topping my bags when it dips and I've done good with it OCEAN launching V4 and introducing DataFi, Data NFTs is what am looking forward to in a few days time Cosmo's ecosystem plays are still the same. Stake and earn with ATOM, NGM, OSMO, JUNO, SCRT, RAW and some others

#Cosmos Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by MrMoustacheMan which won 1st place in the Cosmos Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > #Cosmos Con Argument > > - *Disclaimer: ATOM currently makes up ~1-2% of my portfolio. Including Cosmos related projects like OSMO, JUNO, etc. or projects built on Tendermint like BNB, LUNA, CRO, then it's more like 5%.* > > - While I wrote about the benefits of a [hub and spoke model](https://v1.cosmos.network/images/intro/06-architecture.svg) in the [Cosmos Pro thread](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yl2/coin_inquiries_round_cosmos_proarguments_november/), different development models/architecture have different tradeoffs (e.g., [Cathedral vs. Bazaar](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cathedral_and_the_Bazaar), [empire vs nation states](https://www.finder.com.au\/brave-new-worlds-cosmos-blockchain-and-social-evolution), [different blockchain types](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain#Types), or even [DAGs](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag)). > > - **TLDR**: The overarching focus of Cosmos is on interoperability - but a priority on connecting everything together doesn't necessarily benefit the development or utility of ATOM itself. It's natural for developers to disagree on their vision for a decentralized, open source project and some may even regard that as a positive. But infighting is bad for optics and there are certain aspects of ATOM's tokenomics that may limit its value within the 'Internet of Blockchains'. > > ##Team entropy > > - In February 2020, fighting within the Cosmos team lead to a [shakeup of talent](https://decrypt.co/19769/zaki-manian-cosmos-number-two-resigns) and a [restructuring of the companies involved in developing the project](https://messari.io/article/amid-multiple-departures-cosmos-core-contributor-tendermint-inc-restructures-the-company). > > - Former Tendermint director [Zaki Manian accused founder Jae Kwon of neglecting Cosmos by instead working on a side project, Virgo](https://decrypt.co/18324/tendermint-director-accuses-cosmos-founder-of-evading-responsibility). > > - Some (including Jae), regarded the 'break up' as a [move towards decentralization](https://gist.github.com/jaekwon/7cb869769aecf9c86bfd1b9e61c488df). > > - Zaki (in a now deleted tweet) [disagreed with the decentralization claim and pointed to delays in development, turnover and under-resourcing of the Cosmos project](https://web.archive.org/web/20200207134418/https://twitter.com/zmanian/status/1224384772677390336). Others [reported a toxic environment for engineers](https://twitter.com/jessysaurusrex/status/1224417773620588545). > > - Amidst this backdrop of 'he said, she said' the fact is that core developers like to work on their own pet projects: > > - I'm not sure if Virgo is still a thing, but [Jae Kwon stepped down to work on a Gno project](https://twitter.com/jaekwon/status/1360867477572493313?s=28). Zaki went on to [work on Iqlusion and Sommelier](https://www.linkedin.com/in/zmanian/) while Sunny Aggarwal [started Osmosis and Sikka](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sunnya97/). > > > > ##Project entropy > > - The [community tends to dismiss devs fighting as FUD](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/r2zhz0/its_a_fud_hit_piece_and_makes_me_sick/). And one could argue that developers shifting to work on other projects is a 'value add' to the ecosystem rather than a detriment to work on Cosmos. > > - I'm not so sure - and I think a related example is actually the main products these teams worked on, [Cosmos SDK](https://v1.cosmos.network/sdk) and [Tendermint](https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/tendermint-explained). > > - In the Pro thread I highlighted how many popular projects such as BNB, CRO and LUNA have been built using these tools. > > - Many of those coins now [have a higher marketcap than ATOM - but, beyond displaying their total value](https://cosmos-cap.com/) under one umbrella there isn't a 'trickle down effect' whereby growth in CRO impacts the value of ATOM. > > - This is a function of the Cosmos design decision to [retain the sovereignty of each connecting chain](https://juliankoh.medium.com/5-differences-between-cosmos-polkadot-67f09535594b). Unlike Polkadot or ETH, a rising tide in the Cosmos ecosystem *doesn't necessarily* lift all boats: > > - Polkadot parachains use DOT's security. Ethereum tokens use ETH as gas. But projects in the Cosmos ecosystem are not 'locked in' to using ATOM. > > - [Transactions fees on the Cosmos Hub do not necessarily need to be paid in ATOM](https://cryptoseq.medium.com/cosmos-atom-token-and-the-commonly-misunderstood-staking-tokens-part-three-958c295c5b78). > > - In the absence of a [shared security model](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035), all the [connected zones and hubs today](https://mapofzones.com/?period=720&testnet=false&tableOrderBy=totalIbcTxs&tableOrderSort=desc) continue to use their own native tokens rather than enhancing the value of ATOM. So, to go back to developer projects, [Osmosis can post growing liquidity and transaction volume](https://info.osmosis.zone/) but the DEX usage doesn't directly benefit ATOM. > > - So while the Cosmos Hub has been crucial to promoting interoperability, in the future it might not remain the economic center of an 'Internet of Blockchains' but instead get supplanted by one of its 'children'. > > - Jae Kwon spoke to this point years ago, [indicating his support for competition between hubs rather than locking users into Cosmos](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OAulsLeDI0&t=749s). > > - And the centrality of ATOM seems to be the subtext of recent [dev arguments over 'Cosmos' nomenclature](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/scye0t/sunnys_constant_attacks_on_the_cosmos_hub/), with [calls to rebrand](https://twitter.com/sunnya97/status/1486031900925784066). > > - Where Cosmos *does* lock in users is with staking: > > - [ATOM uses a high token inflation rate to ensure a high staking participation. Users who don't stake their ATOM get essentially penalized by inflation, as the value of their holdings is diluted over time](https://medium.com/swlh/what-are-the-flaws-of-the-cosmos-and-how-to-tackle-them-6c114f4f3bd7). > > - This is obviously not beneficial for holders of smaller stacks and/or users who want to retain liquidity without being locked in to the 21-day unbonding period. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yls/coin_inquiries_round_cosmos_conarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ufshqo/monthly_skeptics_discussion_may_2022/).

Ehhhh - not so much anymore. OSMO has been getting crushed. *Could* be a time to buy, but I'm waiting for Crescent to add more tokens since it can do superfluid staking, whereas Osmosis can not.

Mentions:#OSMO

I keep my BTC and MATIC on Nexo, ETH on Coinbase, ADA and DOT on Kraken and ATOM, OSMO, JUNO and SCRT on Keplr.

Just explaining options in case people want to keep their CRO and still earn a decent APR through 3rd party validators. The Cosmos network is completely separate from CDC. Crypto.com has their own validators as well with similar interest rates, but the amount that they pay out to users on the app is less than what they earn. I swapped all my CRO as soon as I heard the news and now my ATOM/OSMO/JUNO bags are a whole lot bigger. Just to clarify my feelings, I am very upset and disappointed with regards to CDC and their actions, as I was vocally supportive of the company prior to this.

Luckily I wasn't locked in to staking for the Visa anymore so I swapped my bag into ATOM/OSMO/JUNO before the price dropped too much. Still bummed that my metal visa card is nothing more than a paperweight now though

yea I divide and safely stake half my COSMOS ecosystem coins, and the other 50% in OSMO LP pools. In times like this month...it's kinda sad, but when it's a boomin it's the best mid day perk to see all your OSMO rewards hit.

Mentions:#OSMO

JUNO and OSMO rates reducing is going to be so bullish for ATOM imo. We’ll see though it’s uncertain how much of that liquidity moves ahead of the rates pricing it in future-risk:returns

I miss 300% OSMO stablecoin farming when OSMO went up 20% a week not down 20% a week 😭 still though 13% in pool 679 is reasonable and keeps me humble

Mentions:#OSMO

I buy more ATOM with the intention of swapping it for OSMO, JUNO, etc, but once I see it in my wallet, I think maybe I should just stake the ATOM and wait. Decisions, decisions....

Waiting for my CRO to unlock so I can swap it for more OSMO, ATOM, and LUNA.

Also obligatory Shill ; I know there’s a lot of CRO holders — Osmosis LP (CRO / OSMO - CRO / ATOM) are a good place to find yield on your CRO or you could just dump Cro on Osmosis and farm something else. I’m not sure what to do, I have some staking and some in Cro.Osmo I’m considering unstaking and LP’ing more to protect myself encase Cro goes to 0

1. Send your CRO to Osmosis. 2. Swap for ATOM, OSMO, and LUNA. 3. Stake.

Care to share what you're staking/doing currently to get that? I got into staking a little OSMO when rewards were very high, but prices have dropped so much that even with the rewards I'm down about 25%, and then KAVA had high staking rewards but they dropped too, so not sure what my best bet is to make some passive income.

Mentions:#OSMO#KAVA

To all my CRO bros that feel betrayed: have you considered a defi platform like Osmosis to earn yield? You can trade your CRO for coins like ATOM, OSMO, LUNA, UST and provide liquidity to pools to earn high yields. For example, LUNA/OSMO LP is currently paying 90% APR. Canonical ETH bridge should be launching soon as well. Download the Keplr wallet to get started and understand impermanent loss before playing with LPs.

Yes. Most exchanges use multiple wallets for security reasons like CCN so the Juno core developers blacklisted the major ones they knew like Binance and Coinbase. It's also likely why JUNO and OSMO are hard to find on CEXs because they intentionally got excluded from the airdrop and didn't want to buy through Osmosis. The issue is that CCN is mostly a custodial service (holds coins for other people) that offered some level of exchange service, people gave BTC for CCN to stake ATOM for them. General consensus is that CCN is closest to a broker. This wasn't known about when addresses got blacklisted and so his 50 wallets weren't hit and most didn't realize what happened until all 50 wallets put all their JUNO into 1 wallet. Side note: having multiple wallets as a custodian is fully legitimate and good security practice regardless of airdrops. @jabbey on twitter was the main voice of discussion about this with multiple discussions and threads of evidence for each proposal if you want to dig through the weeds.

nexo is a good option but not available for so many people due to geographic restrictions but their UI is miles better than CDC. LUNA/Anchor/Cosmos ecosystem etc is a good place to jump into for DeFi and oddly enough CRO token is directly interoperable with this whole ecosystem. These users probably do not realize this but they could pump the whole thing (CRO/ATOM/LUNA/UST) and to a lesser extent stuff like JUNO and OSMO via a mass exodus into DeFi but they likely won't since such a small fraction of people actually take their stuff off the exchanges.

my hope is entirely with ATOM. Juno became unlikely to survive… some other Cosmos Ecosystem coins need to deliver to stay alive and so i am more concentrating on ATOM and use the Rewards for the other coins or BTC to fill. From time to time i will DCA small amounts to some Cosmos Ecosystems just to have a lot of coins in the next bullrun. lots of projects in Cosmos do fulfill real world needs AKT, DVPN, REGEN, and there are good and big other projects like OSMO and EVMOS. i think ATOM and its ecosystem will survive. (not all, for sure)

#Cosmos Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by MrMoustacheMan which won 1st place in the Cosmos Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > #Cosmos Con Argument > > - *Disclaimer: ATOM currently makes up ~1-2% of my portfolio. Including Cosmos related projects like OSMO, JUNO, etc. or projects built on Tendermint like BNB, LUNA, CRO, then it's more like 5%.* > > - While I wrote about the benefits of a [hub and spoke model](https://v1.cosmos.network/images/intro/06-architecture.svg) in the [Cosmos Pro thread](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yl2/coin_inquiries_round_cosmos_proarguments_november/), different development models/architecture have different tradeoffs (e.g., [Cathedral vs. Bazaar](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cathedral_and_the_Bazaar), [empire vs nation states](https://www.finder.com.au\/brave-new-worlds-cosmos-blockchain-and-social-evolution), [different blockchain types](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain#Types), or even [DAGs](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag)). > > - **TLDR**: The overarching focus of Cosmos is on interoperability - but a priority on connecting everything together doesn't necessarily benefit the development or utility of ATOM itself. It's natural for developers to disagree on their vision for a decentralized, open source project and some may even regard that as a positive. But infighting is bad for optics and there are certain aspects of ATOM's tokenomics that may limit its value within the 'Internet of Blockchains'. > > ##Team entropy > > - In February 2020, fighting within the Cosmos team lead to a [shakeup of talent](https://decrypt.co/19769/zaki-manian-cosmos-number-two-resigns) and a [restructuring of the companies involved in developing the project](https://messari.io/article/amid-multiple-departures-cosmos-core-contributor-tendermint-inc-restructures-the-company). > > - Former Tendermint director [Zaki Manian accused founder Jae Kwon of neglecting Cosmos by instead working on a side project, Virgo](https://decrypt.co/18324/tendermint-director-accuses-cosmos-founder-of-evading-responsibility). > > - Some (including Jae), regarded the 'break up' as a [move towards decentralization](https://gist.github.com/jaekwon/7cb869769aecf9c86bfd1b9e61c488df). > > - Zaki (in a now deleted tweet) [disagreed with the decentralization claim and pointed to delays in development, turnover and under-resourcing of the Cosmos project](https://web.archive.org/web/20200207134418/https://twitter.com/zmanian/status/1224384772677390336). Others [reported a toxic environment for engineers](https://twitter.com/jessysaurusrex/status/1224417773620588545). > > - Amidst this backdrop of 'he said, she said' the fact is that core developers like to work on their own pet projects: > > - I'm not sure if Virgo is still a thing, but [Jae Kwon stepped down to work on a Gno project](https://twitter.com/jaekwon/status/1360867477572493313?s=28). Zaki went on to [work on Iqlusion and Sommelier](https://www.linkedin.com/in/zmanian/) while Sunny Aggarwal [started Osmosis and Sikka](https://www.linkedin.com/in/sunnya97/). > > > > ##Project entropy > > - The [community tends to dismiss devs fighting as FUD](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/r2zhz0/its_a_fud_hit_piece_and_makes_me_sick/). And one could argue that developers shifting to work on other projects is a 'value add' to the ecosystem rather than a detriment to work on Cosmos. > > - I'm not so sure - and I think a related example is actually the main products these teams worked on, [Cosmos SDK](https://v1.cosmos.network/sdk) and [Tendermint](https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/tendermint-explained). > > - In the Pro thread I highlighted how many popular projects such as BNB, CRO and LUNA have been built using these tools. > > - Many of those coins now [have a higher marketcap than ATOM - but, beyond displaying their total value](https://cosmos-cap.com/) under one umbrella there isn't a 'trickle down effect' whereby growth in CRO impacts the value of ATOM. > > - This is a function of the Cosmos design decision to [retain the sovereignty of each connecting chain](https://juliankoh.medium.com/5-differences-between-cosmos-polkadot-67f09535594b). Unlike Polkadot or ETH, a rising tide in the Cosmos ecosystem *doesn't necessarily* lift all boats: > > - Polkadot parachains use DOT's security. Ethereum tokens use ETH as gas. But projects in the Cosmos ecosystem are not 'locked in' to using ATOM. > > - [Transactions fees on the Cosmos Hub do not necessarily need to be paid in ATOM](https://cryptoseq.medium.com/cosmos-atom-token-and-the-commonly-misunderstood-staking-tokens-part-three-958c295c5b78). > > - In the absence of a [shared security model](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035), all the [connected zones and hubs today](https://mapofzones.com/?period=720&testnet=false&tableOrderBy=totalIbcTxs&tableOrderSort=desc) continue to use their own native tokens rather than enhancing the value of ATOM. So, to go back to developer projects, [Osmosis can post growing liquidity and transaction volume](https://info.osmosis.zone/) but the DEX usage doesn't directly benefit ATOM. > > - So while the Cosmos Hub has been crucial to promoting interoperability, in the future it might not remain the economic center of an 'Internet of Blockchains' but instead get supplanted by one of its 'children'. > > - Jae Kwon spoke to this point years ago, [indicating his support for competition between hubs rather than locking users into Cosmos](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OAulsLeDI0&t=749s). > > - And the centrality of ATOM seems to be the subtext of recent [dev arguments over 'Cosmos' nomenclature](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/scye0t/sunnys_constant_attacks_on_the_cosmos_hub/), with [calls to rebrand](https://twitter.com/sunnya97/status/1486031900925784066). > > - Where Cosmos *does* lock in users is with staking: > > - [ATOM uses a high token inflation rate to ensure a high staking participation. Users who don't stake their ATOM get essentially penalized by inflation, as the value of their holdings is diluted over time](https://medium.com/swlh/what-are-the-flaws-of-the-cosmos-and-how-to-tackle-them-6c114f4f3bd7). > > - This is obviously not beneficial for holders of smaller stacks and/or users who want to retain liquidity without being locked in to the 21-day unbonding period. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yls/coin_inquiries_round_cosmos_conarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ttir1a/monthly_skeptics_discussion_april_2022/).

So for all my cosmonauts what’s your thoughts on GNOT? Is this the airdrop to not miss? It’s exciting to think we could be on the brink of one like JUNO or OSMO

Mentions:#JUNO#OSMO

Definitely fucking not OSMO

Mentions:#OSMO