Juno is a permissionless and decentralized network for cross-chain smart contracts

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The JUNO Network is a layer 1 blockchain built as the cross-chain smart contract hub for the Cosmos Ecosystem. The Juno Network is a permissionless, DeFi ecosystem network for decentralized applications.

The $JUNO token is used for gas fees, governance, and has liquidity pool and staking utility.

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Frequently asked questions

What tokens are compatible with the Juno Network on Kado Ramp?

Currently, you can buy Axelar-wrapped $USDC (axlUSDC) on Juno through Kado. More assets will be available in the future.

What is Juno (JUNO) and how does it work?

Juno is a decentralized blockchain built on the Cosmos SDK that aims to provide a scalable and interoperable infrastructure for decentralized applications (dApps). It leverages the Tendermint consensus algorithm and offers features such as on-chain governance and staking. Juno enables developers to build and deploy dApps while maintaining compatibility with other Cosmos-based networks.

What utility does the $JUNO token have?

$JUNO is used as the governance token on the Juno Network. You can also stake your $JUNO to support the chain, and the token is used to cover gas fees.

What wallets are compatible with Juno (JUNO) tokens?

You can connect your Keplr or Station wallets directly through Kado. You can also manually input any Juno-compatible wallet.

What are the benefits of using Juno (JUNO) for dApps?

Scalability and high transaction throughput, allowing for efficient and fast operations. Interoperability with other Cosmos-based networks, facilitating the seamless transfer of assets and data. On-chain governance, enabling token holders to participate in the decision-making process of the network. Staking and rewards, allowing users to earn incentives by securing the network and participating in consensus.