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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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Yeah bro⚛️ JUNO, OSMO, EVMOS and STARS. Why?
Stargaze (STARS). It was an airdrop for staking ATOM. I blinked and it was worth $2k! I cashed out half and went on my merry way
ATOM’s ecosystem is extremely easy to use, quick and cheap. All you need is Keplr wallet extension or Keplr mobile to do mostly anything, or to pay around with the ecosystem. But if you’re only intention is to stake, native staking ATOM does pay 23% staking APR atm. If you want to stake, I’d open a Keplr wallet and just pick a validator. Also, it’s good to play around with other chains in the Cosmos ecosystem too, for airdrops. Like staking some OSMO, JUNO or STARS is a fairly decent idea. LPing on Osmosis may help your chances to get an airdrop too. And some projects that airdrop, also will use ATOM governance activity as a pre-requisite in a snapshot, for the airdrop.
It varies pretty drastically. I usually say that people with 25 ATOM, 100 OSMO, 100 JUNO and like 1,000 STARS will probably be involved in many airdrops. But there is no guaranteed number or amount.
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.
STARS (Stargaze) "A community-owned app chain for NFTs and beyond. 100% carbon neutral. ZERO gas. Powered by CosmWasm and $STARS. The most decentralized chain in Cosmos"
I have a few altcoins in the Cosmos ecosystem like JUNO, STARS, HUAHUA. All have been volatile as hell in the bear market. If ATOM goes places, I feel that they will follow
Sounds good for my little bag of STARS
Cosmos ATOM ! including OSMO, JUNO, STARS and EVMOS
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.
Go STARS! Bad Kid #6270 checking in.
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.
Staking ATOM is very lucrative. Apart from the staking rewards, you also qualify for potential airdrops in the process. Some of the previous airdops like OSMO, JUNO, STARS and EVMOS were worth thousands. I have all of them staked in addition to NGM, CRE, REBUS, CMDX, etc.
This would be a better time to buy solid low market cap projects that could have huge roi during the next bull run. I would recommend STARS, DIA, NGM, and CMDX for you to check out.
Keplr wallet is used for the Cosmos ecosystem (including CRO since it was built using Cosmos SDK) I have a number of different tokens staked using it like ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, SCRT and STARS.
Staking ATOM, OSMOS, JUNO, SCRT, STARS, CHEQD, OMNIFLIX, NOMIC, REBUS, TERITORI, JACKAL, MEME, CRONOS, VVS, TECTONIC. and probably one or two other i frogot. Cosmos power!
binance listing $OSMO, what can they do about it? $ATOM payed $0 listing fees $OSMO payed $0 listing fees $STARS will provide name service like jane.cosmos, or jane.juno .... $cheqd will provide digital ID Binance knows their shit, and they want more exposure to the Cosmos Eco system. With the new chains like $rebus, $tgrade which are EU compliant. They probably want to create an easy on ramp for their EU clients.
I'm big in Cosmos ecosystem. Many of these people have not heard of because they're smaller cap for now, but they're part of my portfolio and doing well. REGEN - Regen Network - sells carbon credits AKT - Akash Network - distributed computing STARS - Stargaze - NFT marketplace EVMOS - Evmos - EVM chain built on Cosmos SDK SCRT - Secret Network (people here have definitely heard of that one) - privacy chain, sort of like Monero but compliant because it's not blanked anonymous like Monero Just to name a few
The Cosmos coins I hold are: ATOM, JUNO, OSMO, EVMOS, STARS, SCRT, KUJI. and a little bit of the meme coin HUAHUA
**I bought an NFT on COSMOS and optimistic thoughts on COSMOS Governance** I stumbled across the governance of COSMOS app chains and I'm impressed. In traditional DAO Governance, you'll go to the app/site, like Maker. There are forums to review proposals, comment, and then vote (usually x number of weeks later or the next month). Want to view proposals for a different app like AAVE or Compound? You then go to their site and do the same thing. Why am I bullish on COSMOS governance? Simple, it's integrated into your wallet -- you select your Network on the wallet and you'll see what you would normally expect, your balance, the amount staked, and staking rewards. On the mobile app, you scroll down and the governance proposals for each app chain are right there at your fingertips. Read them, vote on them, it's IMO the best integration of governance in crypto and it makes it much more accessible to everyday users. This is getting long, but I'll wrap up that I bought my first NFT on the Stargaze app chain within Cosmos. Here is what it looked liked * Bought ATOM on CB * Sent ATOM to Keplr Wallet where it landed in the COSMOS HUB * Deposited ATOM from the COSMOS HUB to OSMOSIS (dex app chain) * Swapped ATOM for STARS * Sent STARS to STARGAZE (NFT app chain) * Bought NFT (Bad Kid) * Total fees spent (<$0.15)
SOL should be replaced by ATOM. People are really sleeping on the Cosmos ecosystem but I have no doubt that the ecosystem will get traction during the next bull season. There are many interesting projects on Cosmos. My favourites are EVMOS, JUNO, OSMO, NGM, KUJI and STARS.
They will continue but the more people who enter ATOM staking, the less valuable ATOM stake drops could be. That doesn’t mean it isn’t worth getting in! Get in, stale some ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, EVMOS and STARS. Those are Cosmos bluechips at this point. And then get some money into different LP positions around the Cosmos too. This is probably the most for sure way to get a few airdrops. Don’t live in the Cosmos exclusively for airdrops, they aren’t all exciting, but the fluid movement of Crypto and data between fully interoperable and sovereign blockchains is very exciting. It’s art
Current staking rewards are 18.92% per year for staked ATOM in keplr. Staked ATOM qualifies you for airdrops too. When a new project is built on the network, they usually airdrop a small portion of that new project's coins to everyone staking ATOM to introduce it to the community. Some projects are worth just a few cents per coin but some become very successful like JUNO, OSMO, EVMOS. The great part is you can get airdrops for staking airdrops. JUNO, OSMO, EVMOS, SCRT, STARS have all dramatically increased the amount of new airdrops you receive. Projects will often take the snapshot months before announcing it, which incentivizes people to keep their coins staked and interact more with the entire Cosmos ecosystem.
Cosmos Network baby - like ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, EVMOS. Stake some, LP some. Buy an NFT or two on STARS, do some liquid staking stuff. Save some for trading. Mint some USK and buy some other stuff with that. Yeah that's what I'd do.
Cosmos Network - ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, EVMOS, STARS, HUAHUA and others.
Oh yeah and I forgot to mention one of the best parts that many people still have no clue about: AIRDROPS!! Just by holding $100-$150 worth of tokens last year we got dropped EVMOS and STARS which in total I made more than $2000+ already and I'm still staking/compounding every day and won't stop to do so soon. Remeber, these are just 2 out of multiple airdrops a year. ATOM is my 3rd largest bag in $ value after BTC and ETH and if I wouldv'e swaped ALL my airdrops back to ATOM it would be without a doubt sitting at #1. It already flipped my ETH bag a couple of times and even though I keep DCAing way more into ETH and BTC, my ATOM bag keeps outperforming the others somehow. Honestly, I only see a bright future for ATOM.
What makes the cosmos ecosystem special is the easy ability for any well organized project to launch their own blockchain, allowing infinite horizontal scalability. Compared to ETH with most transactions on one blockchain, or possibly later 2s—cosmos simply allows for way more potential TPS with extremely low fees for running smart contract dapps. The different blockchains are then interconnected using the IBC to move and trade on DEXs like Osmosis. The ecosystem is structured in a way that new projects airdrop their new tokens in a decentralized manner, with many projects being almost entirely airdropped to ATOM/OSMO/JUNO stalkers. But airdrops can be hit or miss, with some dropping in value rapidly. New projects are working on ways to airdrop the tokens so the price action is better, like partially releasing the airdrop right away and vesting the other portion until after their product is launched. The ecosystem isn’t perfect. Treat each project with skepticism until they can prove they can deliver a product people use. Most the projects are still pretty early in development, so most price action is speculative based on what the projects might deliver in the future. Either way, I’ve been a fan of ATOM OSMO JUNO STARS for some time.
Same on STARS, just not sold yet on NFTs and if they do take off again not sold that STARS will take off with them. OSMO I agree on, too. Need it for airdrops (whenever I finally qualify for one) but I'm not sure about the long term upside. I stayed away entirely until after the thirdening. Switching projects entirely, what do you think of Kusama? I'm all about interoperability being the fad of the next bull, so it's making me explore DOT more, too. Kusama is an ild crypto love of mine that I sold awhile back but I'm thinking it might be time to get a few again.
I'm currently accumulating JUNO, OSMO, and ATOM. Besides the EVMOS and GRAV I've been contemplating picking up, I've considered getting some SCRT, but have heard mixed things about it. Same with STARS. I've thought about it, but am not sold.
The full airdrop Special. ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, EVMOS some SCRT and some STARS and 1 NETA
Yeah, I know that JUNO, EVMOS, SCRT, OSMO, STARS, are solid, but focusing on ATOM makes sense too. I’d rather do that than having a portfolio spread too thin
Don't even get me started on the airdrops, between JUNO, CRE, STARS and EVMOS they've been more than amazing! With GNO and a few more ones upcoming! As for OSMO, I'm still sticking with my guts on this one.
>People are saying they quadrupled their money since last bear..but here I am, only losing, never winning. It is a Greater Fools game. These people can't quadruple their money if they don't create a gazillion losers. Money never gets lost, only swaps hands. Your loss is how these "winners" make money. >Now ..Acala. Depeg after a hack due to the poor security in one of the pools. It is a dog-eat-dog world. Crypto traders are always wanting to front-run and screw others to make a buck. The depeg is definitely exacerbated by **ape** short-sellers on KuCoin wanting to make a buck out of others' misery. Why? 1. Shorting stables has now become a thing as soon as you get some sort of depeg. A more recent example is USDD, when the shorts got royally fucked in the end. 2. Acala exploiter still has the aUSD on chain. So where are most of the selling pressure coming from? 3. Hours after Acala froze, somehow people are still selling on KuCoin. If these aren't short positions opening, where are these short-sellers getting aUSD to dump on KuCoin? >Next one JUNO. Awesome usecase, crazy fast, top tier Cosmos coin…boom down like a stone after whale fiasco. Be wary of new Cosmos chains with high APR. It always set up a position for OG Cosmos whales with huge airdrop allocation to dump on newcomers. JUNO is not alone. STARS is another example. And EVMOS is another case waiting to happen in the future. >LUNA came swiftly as a lightning and burned most of my saving in crypto over night. That shit was leveraged to the tits and had too many degens playing the Ponzi game. I am sorry for your loss but you need to learn to protect yourself. You need to understand the game is very adversarial and plenty of "crypto bros" are just here to take your money. Here are some lessons you should learn. 1. Learn to take profits to hedge your positions. Those who call you "paper hands" are probably trolls who want to dump on you. 2. Always ask: "How am I making money? Who is paying for my profits?" If you don't ask those questions, someone will and you will be their source of profit. 3. Be patient, never FOMO! That is never start your new position during a pump. Understand the more it pumps, the more people will be in green. You CAN'T TRUST "CRYPTO BROS" when they are in GREEN! They aren't stock investors with a long-term horizon outlook. They are pure short-horizon profit seekers. The best time to buy is when most folks are deep in red after a month or so. This is a fucking GREATER FOOL game - NEVER FORGET! You can only make money when people, before you, have no energy to sell anymore. 4. Most importantly: DYOR! STAY AWAY from crypto being actively shilled on social media. It is a sign many have brought into the positions and are luring suckers in for a short-term dump. If they are in for the long run, they don't need to shill so excessively in the short run. Shilling is a sign of seeking exit liquidity. 5. The crypto industry acts like MLM in many ways. People do shit for a reason. Always question their motives, they aren't your financial advisors who are legally obliged to look after your best interest. Always be skeptical and know every one of us are eager to take your money as profit.
I took out all my money last year. Everything I have in crypto came from Cosmos airdrops. I got about $3k from STARS, $15k from NETA, $2.5k from Crescent, $600 from HuaHua, $1k from Marble, that I all sold to buy Juno and Atoms. I kept Evmos, currently worth around $2.4k, and some others not worth mentioning. More airdrops are coming, some I will sell others I’ll hold. If it all goes belly up, I’m not out of pocket anything.
DCA + staking is perfect as long as you don't need access to your funds immediately I'm staking ATOM for over a year now and adopted OSMO, JUNO, SCRT, STARS, BOOT & EVMOS currently sitting at ~345% APR and it made me a lot of money already. And I didn't even mention the free airdrops every month ... got like ~3k$ this year alone just by having some coins staked (with way less $ value staked of course) I can't complain so far and will continue with my strategies.
How's that going buddy? I haven't paid attention to STARS since they delayed marketplace launch
Oh yeah, hodling/staking BTC/ETH/ATOM/OSMO/JUNO/STARS and having a blast... I mean, who needs money, right? haha... But seriously, I think those projects will come back stronger than ever one day.
Just DCA into Cosmos. Buying ATOM, Juno, SCRT, and STARS.
I've also had more SCRT, JUNO, STARS, BTSG and BCNA in recent days. Did quite well on that incentivised testnet competition with BTSG so expecting something tasty from that and they also have an airdrop in addition to that. Really just going ham and building up pots increasing eligibility for airdrops and being involved everywhere I can on the chain.
It’s hard to reference ATOMS without the ecosystem since the entire ecosystem works together. But I guess ATOMS. Every day I use the network for something. Today I saw that a new project is coming along nicely and I want to buy one of their NFTs. The NFTs are $180 but I don’t want to invest any more capital into crypto right now so I checked my airdrops and rewards. I have $60 in staked rewards available on Evmos from an airdrop I got. I have $75 in Osmosis rewards and I’m expecting another $60 today from Evmos rewards. So, I’ll swap all that for ATOMs or STARS(you can buy the NFT for ATOMS or STARS) and get the NFT.
>There's barely any incentive to hold it. I have been airdropped over $10,000 worth of OSMO, JUNO, STARS and EVMOS alone just for holding and staking ATOM. A lot less than $10K worth of atom too. >What an uneducated take. Exactly
looking forward for SEOUL STARS and ANGRYMALS tbh!!
Doesn’t matter if you’re invested in the Cosmos hub. Every month I get airdrops that keep my portfolio going up. This month I got $2.2k in EVMOS, $600 in RAW, $100 in STARS. Cashed out half and staked the other half. Market keeps dropping and Cosmos keeps paying me to hold. I started with a few hundred dollars in ATOM and my airdrops have paid me half my yearly income already.
Yo, ATOM holders. The final mission for the Stargaze airdrop is now live. Buy an ugly-ass NFT and get your last chuck of STARS tokens. (FYI: 114Shut and Stargaze Trooprs Genesis Soundtrack collections are the cheapest to buy right now.)
Oh and some STARS cause they are way less than a dollar and you could possibly buy some fun nfts with them.
Wew lad the ATOM, JUNO, OSMO, and STARS charts looking rough these days
I’m on the Osmo and STARS pain train too. Although I got into it not at the ATH. It just hasn’t gone up
I'm converted all mine to ATOM (held some OSMO and a little JUNO and STARS) and staked it in Keplr. Godspeed to us both.
Hopefully you have been checking your address for airdrops everytime one is available. The amount you get for an airdrop depends on how much you had delegated to a validator. If you delegated towards a CEX or if your ATOM is delegated within a CEX you will not be eligible for the airdrop. For me personally the biggest airdrops I have gotten was $STARS and $CRE.
Really hope JUNO, OSMO, and STARS can recover
Since need me to do the work for you, I'll oblige with a few examples: 1. Almost every proof of stake blockchain offers income for staking your tokens to secure the network. Some Examples: Ethereum, Polkadot, Cosmos Hub. 2. There are savings and lending applications such as AAVE, which allow you to deposit your tokens and earn savings interest. You can do this with crypto tokens, and you can also do this with stable coins. The permission less nature of these platforms make it very easy to deposit assets and earn yield. 3. There are automated market makers (AMMs) which allow people to trade assets without a middle man. People can deposit their tokens into the liquidity pools that allow people to exchange crypto assets. By depositing tokens into liquidity pools, you help make the market so you receive a pro-rata share of the transaction fees for all trading that occurs in the pool. There's hundreds of liquidity pools across many many platforms. A specific example... I'll throw out an obscure one: the STARS / OSMO pool. Here's a link to see it in action. [https://app.osmosis.zone/pool/604](https://app.osmosis.zone/pool/604) 4. There are companies building video games using the blockchain as the financial settlement layer for in game assets. Axie Infinity, Gala Games, the Magic DAO ecosystem, and countless others are building video games with all sorts of different configurations in how they use blockchain and cryptographic tokens. Ownership of the native crypto token for these games means that you own the money needed to buy in-game assets. While most of these games are still in development, there will be some big winners in this space. The crypto assets designed as money for these games will be worth money because people will use it. The governance tokens for these games will be worth money and increase in value because ownership of the token means ownership of a portion of the decision making that goes into the game itself (similar to voting shares in stock). There are many other examples and people much smarter than me who could explain this better. I think best way to wrap you mind around the space is to do a little bit of research. Go to the websites of some of these blockchain projects and read their value statements. Yes, a lot of these projects are making promises, and many of these projects will fail to deliver on their promises. However, some of these projects will deliver, and that means real world value, not just a game of hot potato. My investment horizon in crypto is around 11 more years. I believe that permission less, transparent, public, digital ledgers are an important new component in humanity's technology stack, thus, I'm investing a portion of my portfolio in this market.
Yep. Just got into it a few weeks ago. Some sweet APY on some selected LPs. Seems safer and more attractive than STARS to me.
STARS is a shitshow right now. Would wait for the marketplace and then make a decision. ROWAN offers some nice returns and seems to be pretty stable right now.
Doubled my staked $ATOM, $JUNO, and $SCRT holdings and bought/staked a little $DVPN. Need to build up my LPs but not sure what’s best. Got a little in $STARS/$OSMO. Thinking about DCAing more into $STARS since my average is like $.5 and it’s currently sitting around $.165 but perhaps that monies best elsewhere. Guess I could double up on my $OSMOs too 🤔
STARS is a rug pull leave before it gets too late for anyone.
Airdrops can completely eliminate all the risk though for example the STARS airdrop was worth anywhere from $600-$1700 depending on when/if you sold. JUNO has a ton of controversy around it but that's another huge drop that you'd never get if you were staking on a CEX. Many more upcoming airdrops scheduled as well.
I would argue that it depends what you stake . For example I am currently staking tokens on the Cosmos Network (ATOM, JUNO, OSMO, SECRET, ROWAN) and because the new blockchains on the Cosmos network are prone to giving airdrops you would have actually made a ton of money even with a small bag of ATOM. Atom has a staking APR of around 14 % and if you staked it before February 18th 2021, you would have gotten a 1 to 1 drop of JUNO ($24/token @ 103% staking APR), a close to 1 to 1 drop of OSMO ($8.16/token @ 62% Apr) plus a bunch of various other tokens like STARS, COMDEX, LUM, SHADE .... If you then staked Osmo and Juno you would have gotten a ton of rewards and their staking APR's were higher in the past but they have gone down due to a higher bonded rate. Juno stakers also received 1-20 NETA which was around $2k a token when it came out So though staking in most cases won't get you rich in most cases, it does depend where and what token you are staking because right now the Cosmos Network is POPPING OFF
Minted my first NFT on the Cosmos ecosystem (STARS). A Wad from Wadsquad. Later poors.
I keep thinking STARS has bottomed but it keeps on bottoming
The minimal was like 5 atoms staked in Keplr, and everyone got the same amount. 2,453 STARS divided in few portions ( they are dropping as an stone, but the first day it was like 1000 stars at 0.7usd)
STARS seems like it'll never recover. Seems like a good project. Shame.
Learnt my lesson with NETA, HUAHUA, STARS and SOMM. Next airdrop ima sell half straight away.
A lot. OSMO/UST OSMO/LUNA OSMO/ATOM ATOM/STARS OSMO/JUNO And I dabble in a few others (SCRT/ATOM, CMDX/OSMO, LUNA/ATOM)
Got liquidated! 😂 Now for the salt in the wound: Yolo’d some spare change into BFot this morning and the price has plummeted while BTC pumped. Lemon squirt on top?: My largest bag in Cosmos ($STARS) is down way bad. Just bleeding to death lol. All in all, not bad. Could be worse 🤷🏾♂️😂
Haven’t bought a single NFT, i’m just a cosmonaut who got airdropped STARS so i took interest in their developing NFT platform on r/stargaze. In order to claim 20% of the airdrop you have to mint an NFT so while browsing the genesis mints which you are forced to buy i felt like there were no good options even if it only costs a few bucks to claim more than the cost. Point is the creators of NFT collections are the ones who reap the most benefits and are likely loling at fools fighting over them so basically a true NFT content creator would have to check A LOT of boxes to prove their legitimacy besides just having short-lived hype or being part of a genesis mint.
I guess you're unaware of the multitude of airdrops ATOM stakers have qualified for? (OSMO, JUNO, STARS, to name just a few)
STARS just keeps falling and it depresses me
I like ATOM a lot. Majority of my portfolio are Cosmos based projects; OSMO, JUNO, NGM, CMDX, EEUR and STARS.
You can claim now another 20% of the STARS airdrop on Cosmos. Another 150$ extra Once again I make more money sitting on my fat ass by staking ATOM than trying to 'read' TA and shit
CWAR, STARS, ICE There you go
ATOM, stake it in DeFi using the Keplr wallet. That amount of ATOM should be enough to qualify for chonky airdrops. 6 ATOM ($173.88) was the qualifier for the Stargaze fairdrop which was about 2543 STARS ($897.42)
Cosmos could go down 90% and I'll still be in the green because the airdrop value I have received exceeds the value I've spent on staking lmao. I had only 6 ATOM staked and it qualified me for about 2500 STARS.
I had high hopes for STARS, but it keeps on falling. Hope it picks up at some point.
Minted myself an NFT for the first time (STARS airdrop). Had no idea what I was doing but it was extremely easy... and kinda fun tbh
This entity presumably also got a shit ton of STARS, CMDX, NETA, MARBLE, HOPE and a bunch of other airdrops. I think they'll be ok.
A lot of people are saying that this was gamed, but don’t seem to appreciate that the airdrop announcement was made in August, using a snapshot from 6 months beforehand (last Feb). Without the power of time travel, there is no way that this was deliberately gamed, unless the whale knew about the details before the Feb snapshot. If that was the case, then the whale was obviously pretty close with the JUNO team, which raises its own questions. The proposal is trying to solve an issue that’s come up because of one of the assumptions that the Juno team made when creating the airdrop criteria - that people only hold one wallet. I’d read in a medium article (which I’ve now lost) that the whale had 100k ATOM staked in each wallet - hardly the best way to optimise a 50k whale cap. I can’t verify this though, as I have no idea how to get a cosmos address from a Juno address. Here’s a thought though - one of the big perks of being involved in ATOM is the airdrops. If this guy had 52 wallets set up with 100k coins in each, surely he’s also a megawhale in Osmosis, Desmos, and any other drops that happened in the last year (although not STARS, which was a ‘fair drop’? I understand OSMO used a ratio that depreciated in line with the size of the wallet to prevent whales, but potentially they’re still going to be holding a large proportion of coins for most COSMOS chains? Or am I being paranoid?
Great, thanks for asking! Staked JUNO STARS and HUAHUA this morning. Was able to use the Keplr Chrome extension no problem for the HUAHUA staking. Have a good one Wilder.
Fomo-ing staking into JUNO, STARS and HUAHUA since I opened positions a while ago in the LP's.
It varies extremely. First of all it depends on if it’s a “fairdrop” which allocates the same amount of the airdrop to everyone, or proportional based off of how much you’ve staked. The STARS airdrop is worth several thousand now while the LIKE coin airdrop is like seven bucks lol.
Juno staking has 100% APR and many airdrops atm so I would at least try to stake 5-10 asap. Staking OSMO also has good APR but not often airdrops. For Atom you could try to stake 5 as well as it is still considered by most airdrops. Apart from that, LPs will be more rewarding and should help you reach your goals sooner. If you're in a hurry, you could try "riskier" LPs. [https://www.dexmos.app/](https://www.dexmos.app/) shows the actual APRs, considering some LPs have native incentives (which are not reflected in the APR shown in osmosis). For instance ATOM/STARS has shitty APR in OSMO alone but is very rewarding in STARS. Plus this project is kinda cool.
Shit posting/commenting all day for few hundred moons is not easier than just holding and staking a coin, especially when you get stuff like JUNO, STARS and NETA for free.
Mad seeing the price of JUNO now. I think its my best performer next to Stargaze STARS
I don't think any of them currently offer 300 APR; closest would maybe be ATOM/STARS or HUAHUA at around 270. If you look up the governance on Osmosis you can see the upcoming incentive adjustments every week that are voted on. Pretty sure they are adjusted based on trading levels but could be wrong.
I need to buy/stake more OSMO... STARS has been great as well
For STARS? IDK I didn’t get it 😔
Guess I should’ve dumped into JUNO instead of STARS. Though I got STARS around $.4 and got JUNO around $17, I put 3 times as much into STARS and only copped 25 JUNO. Oh well 🤷🏾♂️
There’s a lot of discussions on the topic but the answer has yet to fully be ascertained. As of Now both BNB LUNA MATIC the Beacon Chain are all technologies surpassing the accomplishments of ATOM having used some of its innovation (generally speaking). I do believe ATOM is a strong project and expect growth but would be surprised to see it surpassed the market caps of tokens like LUNA or ETH while also standing to be surpassed by its own ecosystem (again) with products like JUNO OSMO SCRT STARS etc Value is a transjective function you cannot property evaluate it without a subjective perspective.
There are all forms of passive income. Staking, yield farming, liquidity mining, p2e, etc. Right now I'm staking a number of tokens NGM, ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, CMDX and STARS. I'm also providing liquidity in EEUR, NGM, STARS and CMDX pools where I earn up to 100% APR.
I hope so. I’ve been dumping all my rewards back into LPs for the superfluid staking. Need more STARS!
Aw it was only for pool 1? Lame. I’m only in the ATOM/STARS and JUNO/STARS pools 😔
I am gonna be angry at myself for a while for going balls deep on DOT instead of COSMOS when I had the chance ( I bought DOT at 4$ first time ) Airdrops are incredible, for starter but the whole interoperability is just crazy EASY. Did you hear DOT ? EASY . IT IS FUCKING EASY . Imagine not having to go to polkadot.js with 160 fucking DOT in order to fight with a soviet interface in order to stake. And being able to send your coins without using xcmTOKEN bullshit nomenclature Anyway. RAC dropped today airdropped too. Stargaze is opening in a couple of days too and Secret have plenty of things coming (at least according to them) I want to give thanks personally to /u/rmczpp cos he posted about airdrops on DOT sub and , by a really lucky strike, I had a minimal amount of ATOM staked right for STARS airdrops (1.5k$ or so) which helped me build a whole position early this year in ATOM/OSMO/JUNO/SCRT which will allow me to get plenty of airdrops.
My old rusty truck is no more, scrapping it for $500 this week, going to be on ramping some fiat so I can get some...OSMO LP action! JUNO, STARS and even HUAHUA! Let's go!
STARS: NFT platform on its own L1 chain with smart contracts enabled. Oh, and part of Cosmos Ecosystem with IBC enabled