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Stake your ATOM in simple steps.

Here are the five simple steps to stake your ATOM and earn rewards by securing the Cosmos Hub.

Go to your Wallet
Clicking on the button below will open your Keplr Wallet.
Open Keplr
Choose Cosmos Hub
In the menu, look for Cosmos Hub and choose the network
Click on Stake
And look for ZKV's validator
Add the amount and click 'Delegate'
Sign the transaction

FAQs about THE COSMOS HUB

Here are some of the questions asked the most about The Cosmos Hub.

The Cosmos Hub is a blockchain that operates at the centre of the Cosmos ecosystem, which is designed to enable different blockchains to communicate through a protocol called Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC). It acts as an intermediary and facilitates interoperability among the various independent blockchains within the Cosmos network.

 The Cosmos Hub uses a consensus model called CometBFT, combining a blockchain consensus engine with a generic application interface. This allows blockchains to maintain their sovereignty, process transactions quickly, and communicate with other chains in the ecosystem through IBC.

 The native token of the Cosmos Hub is called ATOM. ATOMs are used for transaction fees, staking to secure the network, and governance to vote on proposals that affect the development and operation of the Hub.

Users can stake their ATOM tokens by bonding them to a validator, who participates in the consensus process on their behalf. Staking ATOMs helps secure the network and, in return, stakers earn rewards derived from transaction fees and block rewards. Validators and delegators are both subject to slashing if the validator misbehaves or fails to perform adequately.

The Cosmos Hub serves as a pivotal security provider within the Cosmos ecosystem through its implementation of the Inter-Chain Security (ICS) protocol. This mechanism allows the Cosmos Hub to share its validator set with other blockchains, effectively extending its robust security model to smaller or newer chains that might not have the same level of decentralized security. By leveraging the Cosmos Hub’s established validator community, these connected chains can operate with enhanced security without needing to establish and maintain their own validator pool. This not only increases the overall security of the network but also encourages more blockchains to join the Cosmos ecosystem, knowing they can benefit from the strong security measures upheld by the Cosmos Hub.