OSMO Staking Rewards

Stake your OSMO and join us on a mission to build a fairer internet with ZK Tech. 

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Stake your OSMO in simple steps.

Here are the five simple steps to stake your OSMO and earn rewards by securing the Osmosis

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

FAQs about Osmosis

Here are some of the questions asked the most about Osmosis.

 Osmosis is a decentralised exchange (DEX) designed for the Cosmos ecosystem. It allows for the swapping of cryptocurrencies across different blockchains integrated through the Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol. Osmosis distinguishes itself by focusing on user sovereignty and advanced DeFi functionalities, such as liquidity pools and yield farming.

 Osmosis differentiates itself by offering features tailored for the Cosmos network, such as superfluid staking, which allows liquidity providers to simultaneously earn staking rewards while their assets are used in liquidity pools. Additionally, it supports cross-chain transactions across the IBC-enabled blockchains, enhancing its utility as a multi-chain DEX.

Superfluid staking is an innovative feature on Osmosis that allows users to simultaneously use their staked tokens as liquidity in trading pools while still participating in network security by staking. This dual utility maximises the capital efficiency of the staked assets. Users benefit by earning both staking rewards and trading fees, enhancing their overall yield. This system also increases the security and liquidity of the network, as it incentivises more users to stake their tokens rather than keeping them idle.

Concentrated liquidity on Osmosis allows liquidity providers to allocate their capital within specific price ranges in a liquidity pool, rather than across the entire price spectrum. This approach enables providers to concentrate their funds where they anticipate the most trading activity, potentially earning more transaction fees compared to traditional liquidity provision. This mechanism is particularly important because it increases market efficiency, reduces slippage on large orders, and allows liquidity providers to tailor their exposure to market movements, optimising their return on investment.