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How to safely buy Juno (JUNO)

In this post we are going to see how you can buy Juno without having to pay high commissions and in a simple and fast way. Currently, it is not in any main Exchange, and therefore we will have to use the keplr wallet and the Osmosis platform. If you don’t know how to do it, let’s see it here step by step. 

If you want to know more in detail all the aspects of this cryptocurrency, later after seeing the step by step we are going to see what Juno is so you can learn more about this cryptocurrency before buying it and know what kind of project you invest your money in. 

Where to buy Juno

To buy Juno, we are going to use Binance and the Keplr wallet, since keplr is the most used wallet and compatible with the different Cosmos networks, including Juno. Binance we will use it to be able to buy ATOM, which is an intermediate step we need to do to be able to finish buying Juno. If you have never used the keplr wallet, you can find a guide on our website so you don’t get lost. Although if you have experience using other wallets like metamask, you won’t have any difficulty.

You can find below a video to see it more clearly, and we are also going to see now the step by step in written form

Platform: Binance
Min. deposit: $10
License: Cysec

Very low commissions
Exchange with more cryptocurrencies

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Step by step

Let’s see in detail how you can buy Juno. The first thing we are going to do is to log in Binance, if you don’t have an account you can create one here. With your account, you must make a deposit to have funds to buy ATOM. You can deposit funds with your credit card, to have the balance directly and without having to wait or bank transfer, although it will take a few days to be able to use it. 

Once you have funds in your account, you must go to markets, and select the pair of your currency with respect to USDT (Tether), for example EUR/USDT. You will then be able to buy Cosmos (ATOM). Once you choose the pair, you have to go to sell, and indicate the amount you want to exchange your currency for USDT.

With the USDT bought, you can go back to the main menu to see that you already have them in your account and the order has been executed. Go back to the market, and look for the ATOM/USDT pair, and click on it. 

Here, you will see again the same buy and sell panel, where you have to go to buy, to exchange your USDT for the amount of Cosmos you want. Once you have chosen the amount, click on buy and you will have it.

You should always have a small amount of ATOM in your keplr wallet to pay for commissions, less than 1$. With 10-15$ of ATOM is enough for several transactions and you will not run out of ATOM in any transaction.

Once you have ATOM, you must click on the cryptocurrency on your mobile. In the case of the computer, go to wallet, and spot wallet. Here look for Cosmos (ATOM) and click on withdraw. Now you will see the panel to withdraw your cryptocurrencies from Binance.

Go to your keplr wallet, and click on the address below the name, you will see that it is copied when you click on an address. Check that you have the Cosmos network selected in your keplr wallet when you copy it. You must enter this address in Binance to withdraw your ATOMs from Binance to Keplr. It is very important to indicate the Cosmos network, and the amount you want to withdraw. The commission is a few cents. Confirm that the information is correct and confirm the transaction with the codes. 

Open your wallet, and it should appear in a few minutes the amount of ATOM you have transferred. Always check that you are on the Cosmos network, as keplr has many different networks that you can use with their wallet.

With this done, we must go to Osmosis. The first thing we must do is connect our wallet, by clicking on the bottom left on connect wallet and confirm in keplr. With the wallet connected, we must deposit funds in Osmosis, being another network but using Cosmos, we can not go directly to exchange our cryptocurrencies, although the operation is very simple.

We go to assets, in the menu on the left, and here you can see different cryptocurrencies. We look for Cosmos (ATOM) and click on deposit. Here you will see the amount you have in the Cosmos network, and you can transfer to the Osmosis network to use them. Enter the amount you want, remember to always leave a small amount for commissions and click on deposit. Confirm the transaction in your wallet and you are done.

Now in balance, you will see the amount of Cosmos you have deposited and you can go to trade. Here, you will see that Cosmos is already standard in from and to Juno. All that remains is to indicate the amount you want, you can click on max or half using the buttons. Confirm all information such as amount and conversion rate, and click on swap. Confirm the transaction in your keplr wallet and you are done. Now you have Juno in your wallet.

With this you will have Juno and you will be able to staking in keplr wallet or use it for farming in this platform. Remember that the tokens are in the Osmosis network and not in the Cosmos or Juno network, but you can move them at any time in assets by clicking on withdraw.

Platform: Binance
Min. deposit: $10
License: Cysec

Very low commissions
Exchange with more cryptocurrencies

5/5

What is Juno?

Use and create interoperable applications on Juno. A decentralized, public, permissionless network for cross-chain smart contracts.

Juno is the permissionless, neutral home of the CosmWasm interoperable smart contracts and the InterWasm DAO. The ecosystem is pioneering the development and adoption of CosmWasm.

Juno, as a layer 1 smart contract network, solves the bottlenecks of first-generation smart contracts, which are limited scalability and high deployment and execution cost, and provides an easy environment for developers worldwide to deploy scalable and secure decentralized applications efficiently.

CosmWasm, enables WebAssembly (WASM) virtual machines (VMs). WebAssembly allows software written in many languages to run securely on a blockchain. WASM serves as an intermediate language that compiles the developer’s language of choice into a portable virtual machine. This means you can have a simple, secure and fast virtual machine to sandbox or partition your application’s actions for improved testing, security, performance and speed.

Speed

Built on the Cosmos SDK ensures high performance and fast execution of contracts.

Cost

Low cost deployment up to 35000 times cheaper than gen 2 blockchain networks.

Interoperability

Deployment on Juno and interoperable with all networks in the Cosmos ecosystem via IBC

Smart contracts

Encode and deploy your contracts in multiple languages through the powerful CosmWasm contract framework

Grassroots initiative

Built by $ATOM holders and distributed 100% to staked atom holders. Juno is a decentralized effort to provide a sister hub to the Cosmos Hub. The main purpose is to offload the load of smart contracts to a designated area while at the same time bringing the utility back to the Hub. Atom holders have a strong incentive to ensure a fruitful collaborative environment with the Cosmos Hub and eventually complement the security on Juno through the shared security of the Cosmos Hub (set of validators).

Platform: Binance
Min. deposit: $10
License: Cysec

Very low commissions
Exchange with more cryptocurrencies

5/5

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