Earn Osmosis Staking Rewards with Figment

Osmosis is the main interchain DEX in the Cosmos ecosystem where users can create liquidity and trade Inter- Blockchain Communication (IBC) enabled tokens. As an Automated Market Maker protocol, created using the Cosmos SDK, it is considered a Hub in the IBC ecosystem.

Market Cap

$167.8M

Staking Rewards Rate

10.70%

Price $0.34
Percentage of Total Supply Staked 50.48%
Auto-Compounding No
Reward Frequency Per Block
Unbonding Period 14 Days
Slashing Penalties Enabled Yes

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Staking Guide & Instructions

The easiest way to stake OSMO is via Keplr.

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Market Cap

$167.8M

Staking Rewards Rate

10.70%

Price $0.34
Percentage of Total Supply Staked 50.48%
Auto-Compounding No
Reward Frequency Per Block
Unbonding Period 14 Days
Slashing Penalties Enabled Yes

Estimated staking information, Market Cap and SRR (Staking Rewards Rate). Data is approximate and subject to change.

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Rewards Performance

Figment clients benefit from our engineering and protocol expertise to earn consistent staking rewards via our safety over liveness approach.

Staking & Data

Manage your staking positions, view detailed and comprehensive rewards statements, analyze data on protocol wide and validator specific performance, and interact with blockchains with our Staking and Rewards APIs.​

Robust Risk Coverage

Off-the-shelf coverage for Figment customers to help offset the risk of slashing, downtime, and missed rewards backed by insurance and Figment’s balance sheet.


Frequently Asked Questions

The Osmosis AAM Protocol token, OSMO, is used for staking, and participation in on-chain governance.

It takes 14 days to unstake your OSMO.

Staking rewards and transfers are currently enabled, and are liquid until staked or provided as liquidity to a corresponding liquidity pool. Transfers may occur using Osmosis functionality and via IBC.

Staking rewards on Osmosis are automatically distributed every epoch (~1 day). Figment is never in control of your rewards. Staking income is not automatically compounded, and a new delegation is required before rewards begin earning staking rewards.

Your potential rewards depend upon validator performance. There is no slashing for downtime, but validators are jailed after 50 hours of downtime, which will make the validator and its delegators ineligible to earn staking rewards until un-jailed. Validators may submit an un-jailing transaction 60 seconds after becoming jailed, which will enable them to earn staking rewards once approved. If a validator double-signs a transaction block, they and their delegators will be subject to a 5% slash and the validator itself will be permanently jailed (or “tombstoned”). To date, Figment has never been slashed.

In the first year, 821917 OSMO in rewards are distributed daily (per epoch), with 25% of it going to stakers. This means that the new issuance rate will be 292.8%. Since stakers get 25% of that, staking returns are at minimum 73.2% annually. Rewards will then be cut by 1/3 each year.

Osmosis currently pays yield based on an inflation model that gradually decreases the amount of tokens released to stakers by ⅓ every year, with rewards paid out to validators, stakers, developers, the community pool, and liquidity providers by the protocol’s incentive parameters. Following the initial released supply of 100m OSMO in June of 2021, in year one 300m tokens will be released, in year two 200m, and so on, until a maximum supply of 1bn OSMO issued is reached. <br><br> These parameters may be changed through governance, but it is expected that after all tokens have been released under this model (1 billion OSMO), Osmosis will become a transaction fee-based protocol for staking rewards. Network transaction fees are currently set to zero, but this is subject to change as incentives become altered over time.

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Decisions about the protocol, which include things like parameter changes, incentives payouts, and community fund allocations, are decided by OSMO holders through the governance process. Discussions occur on the forum known as Commonwealth, and voting takes place through the Governance tab in Keplr. Validators will vote on behalf of their delegators as a default unless the individual delegator overrides that vote with their own. In this way, validators act as a default proxy vote, but delegators retain the right to individually vote on proposals (except for tokens engaged in Superfluid Staking, in which case only validators can use superfluid OSMO to vote on governance proposals).

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