Juno is a global, open source, permissionless network for decentralized interoperable applications. Anyone can create & use inter-chain applications on Juno. The ecosystem is pioneering CosmWasm development and adoption, allowing developers to deploy secure & robust inter-chain smart contracts in Rust. The Juno proof of stake blockchain is built using the Cosmos SDK and reaches network agreement via Tendermint Consensus. All network processes are fueled by $JUNO the native asset of the network.
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- How to Stake Juno?
- Where can you stake $JUNO and how much can you make?
- Where can you buy $JUNO?
- Have some osmosis on your wallet
- Deposit the asset you are trading from into the asset section of the DEX
- Make the trade
- Withdraw your $JUNO into your wallet
- Where do staking rewards on Juno come from?
- Transaction fees – transaction fees collected on the Juno Network are distributed to staked JUNO.
- Newly distributed JUNO – New JUNO created through the network inflation is distributed to JUNO stakers each block over the first 12 years of the Juno Network operation.
- What are the risks to staking Juno?
- What is Juno?
- How was Juno launched?
- Who are the contributors working on Juno Core and the App ecosystem?
- What is the purpose of the $JUNO token?
- $JUNO’s primary function is to secure the consensus layer by having an intrinsic value which makes it expensive to perform Sybil/Governance Attacks by single bad actors
- Juno accrues value by being the medium through which validators/delegators are rewarded and so is valuable to users who wish to transact on the network
- Juno also holds value due to the voting power of each token, thus users who wish to have a say on where the network goes must hold the token. Giving it value
- How was the $JUNO genesis supply distributed?
You can stake $JUNO straight through the Keplr Wallet.
Currently, you can make around 60% staking $JUNO. This can go up and down based on the percentage staked and the protocols built-in inflation parameters. Juno is designed to have reduced inflation each year with all tokens distributed by year 12. Here is the proposed structure;
Once the inflation reaches 10% it gradually reduces on a fixed 1% basis each year.
Our preferred place for buying $JUNO is the osmosis DEX which can be found here.
Using the Osmosis Dex will require you to:
Our Staking Rewards Hack for using the Osmosis DEX for free is buying a few $OSMO and staking them(making sure to leave about half an $OSMO for fees). This way you have a constant stream of $OSMO coming in from staking to cover any future fees.
There are no considerable risks to staking Juno. Please take note of the 28 day lockup period when delegating your Juno.
Juno is a blockchain built using the Cosmos SDK(Software Developer Kit) and aims to be the defacto place for developers to create smart contracts with cross-chain interoperability. Juno employs CosmWasm, which brings WebAssembly to the Cosmos Ecosystem, a low-level bytecode format which other languages like C, Golang and Rust can compile to. Juno’s primary goal at the moment is to focus on bring Rust compatibility to CosmWasm and then also Golang down the line, two of the most popular coding frameworks.
Juno had its fully decentralized launch on October 1st, 2021. There is no single company, foundation or development team behind Juno.
Over 95% of the genesis supply was stakedropped via the genesis block to ATOM stakers on a 1:1 basis. There has never been a seed, private or public sale.
The community controls the network since day 1. Development is spearheaded by dozens of independent developers and dev-taskforces from across the Cosmos Ecosystem.
The umbrella term for all independent contributors in the Juno ecosystem is C-Root. Core Root is not an organization or foundation.
It is simply a collective of developers that exchanges resources to advance and maintain the network and facilitate smooth operations.
View a list of their core developers here.
$JUNO is the fuel for the Juno ecosystem, powering transactions by being the fee users pay to validators and delegators who secure the Juno Network. Juno performs 1 primary function and two subfunctions which allow it to perform its primary function.