Osmosis is a decentralized peer-to-peer blockchain that people can use to create liquidity and trade IBC enabled tokens. OSMO is the token of the Osmosis Hub.
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- What is Osmosis (OSMO)?
- How to Stake OSMO?
- How much can I earn Staking OSMO?
- Any risks Staking OSMO?
OSMO is the token of the Osmosis Hub, the first DEX for IBC connected coins built on the Cosmos SDK
Osmosis is an advanced automated market maker (AMM) protocol that allows developers to build customized AMMs with sovereign liquidity pools. Built using the Cosmos SDK, Osmosis utilizes Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) to enable cross-chain transactions.
Osmosis allows users to launch liquidity pools with unique parameters, like bonding curves and multi-weighted asset pools. The incentive structure of Osmosis is also adaptable. Governance implements liquidity reward (LP) rewards for specific pools, allowing for strategically targeted incentives.
Osmosis is a fair-launched, customizable automated market maker for interchain assets that allows the creation and management of non-custodial, self-balancing, interchain token index similar to one of Balancer.
To Stake OSMO you must create a new wallet using Keply Browser Extension. Make sure to save your seed phrase in a secure location.
You will select which validator that you want to delegate with, for a full list of Validators please visit the Osmosis Asset Profile. Selecting the right validator is important because it will affect your staking reward based on fee, behavior, and performance.
Once you select the Validator you will be able to enter the amount of OSMO to stake, and hit Delegate. Fees are paid in OSMO.
Make sure to consider the 14 day lockup period when staking as this could leave you exposed to market price fluctuations.
You can earn based on inflationary block rewards and total engaged balance.
The more tokens engaged in staking the less profitable it will become because rewards are split amongst more tokens.
You can also participate in other staking types on Osmosis Zone.
The main risk when staking OSMO is in the lockup time, up to 14 + days. The market price of OSMO could fluctuate during this period affecting the overall value of your position.
Other risks to consider are derived from your validator selection. If a validator misbehaves or goes offline it could face certain slashing events that could affect your Stake.
These are considered to be normal risks associated with Delegation.