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Here's how the top 10 #OsmosisZone pools stack up after factoring in inflation, fees, APRs & incentives.
Green = better than staking
Red = worse than staking

Read on for a link to my spreadsheet and explanation/notes.

#CosmosEcosystem #DeFi #DYOR #Osmosis #Yield Image
-Staking $OSMO is still bad. Stride MEV won't make much of a difference ($2k a day extra income split between all stakers is less than 0.1% extra)
-Pooling $EVMOS, $ATOM and $JUNO worse than staking.
-Pooling $STARS, $CRO or any AXL tokens good. USDC/OSMO pool great Image
Why is this different to Dexmos / APRs? Because it accounts for inflation. (as well as pool fees, external rewards etc). Basically, if you have 10% APR, but inflation is more than 10%, you're losing money. As you can see, not accounting for inflation gives very different returns. Image
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I decided to figure out how often I should be compounding my #CosmosEcosystem staking rewards, and it's actually nowhere near as often as I thought:

I was also surprised to learn the following about some popular #IBCgang coins, including which coin 100% shouldn't be staked... ImageImage
1. Background: All Proof-of-Stake coins in circulation are effected by inflation, and then the staked coins receive those newly created coins as rewards. Starting with Juno...
2. JUNO:
APR: 87.53%
APY: 139.21%
Inflation: 40%
Net staking yield: 99.21%

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