Notron: Earn more yield in a Cosmos Money Market

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  • keplr-wallet

    The most powerful wallet for the Cosmos ecosystem and the Interchain

    The biggest advantage of investing in Cosmos at this very moment is airdrops. The set way to introduce new networks to the network is to airdrop coins of a new network to holders of several networks. This way it is ensured that you are able to participate in a new network, free of cost, or just sell off the airdrop in a network you are not interested in for a small profit (free money = free money). For newcomers: Airdrops are only available when one stakes a minimum amount (normally 5 ATOM) in a non-custodial wallet. E.g. the ATOM should be taken of a central exchange like Binance and be staked through a wallet like Keplr which fortunately is really easy to use.

  • OsmoIncentives

    Incentives allocation process for liquidity on the Osmosis Interchain Decentralised Exchange

    Compared to ADA the Cosmos network has a lot more flexibility. The eUXTO model of ADA still provides many limitations in DeFi, which ATOM does not have. It has multiple DEXes (Osmosis, Crescent and Sifchain are just a couple of examples) and currently there are multiple parties working on bringing EVM to the Cosmos, with Evmos being the most anticipated product which has launched last week.

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  • cosmos-sdk

    :chains: A Framework for Building High Value Public Blockchains :sparkles:

    Cosmos (ATOM) is a dPoS blockchain. Often it is named in the list of 3rd generation blockchains like ADA, DOT, ALGO, etc. As one can already see it has a lot of competition. To be able to get a better view of ATOM it is to not describe what it is in itself but how it compares to its competitors.

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