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Juno Network  


JUNO Price:
$19.7 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$18.2 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #JUNO today is $0.23 USD.

The lowest JUNO price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.229, and the current live price for one JUNO coin is $0.22862.

The all-time high JUNO coin price was $46.50.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of JUNO with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.


The code for Juno Network crypto currency is #JUNO.

Juno Network is 2.3 years old.


The current market capitalization for Juno Network is $18,177,830.

Juno Network is ranking downwards to #617 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a modest volume of trading today on #JUNO.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Juno Network is $19,650.


The circulating supply of JUNO is 79,509,430 coins, which is 43% of the maximum coin supply.


JUNO is a token on the Cosmos blockchain, and has digital contracts with 2 other blockchains.

See list of the JUNO Blockchain contracts with 3 different blockchains.


JUNO is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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Juno v17 — Vesta

Juno v17 — Vesta - Juno’s Vesta upgrade is now live on mainnet and brings with it A LOT of new features for the network. We can not wait to see what developers come up with using our new modules for airdrops and smart contracts. — Major Changes - Contract Clock Module, Drip Module for Airdrops, 3 second block times, FeeShare for DAODAO contracts, Free IBC limit increased to 2 million gas / transaction, — Notable Changes for Developers - TokenFactoryMsgs to interconnect with Osmosis, CosmWasm 1.3, Prettier globalfee errors, — x/Clock Module - The clock module solves a problem many teams have built custom solutions for: internal bots to update contract state. With this new module, developers can register their contract to ‘tick’ (be called upon) every single block with a large amount of computation. This allows teams to stop running extra infrastructure and instead use the chain functions for their contracts. Developer Integration To integrate with this module, you will not need any custom bindings. All it requires is a SudoMsg::ClockEndBlock in your file. Within this block you can add any logic you want for your contract. This will automatically be called every block once you are granted permission from the chain (next section). In the future, we are open to making this permissionless for all contracts.// #[cw_serde] pub enum SudoMsg { ClockEndBlock { }, } - // contra...

Pioneering continues: A status update on the upcoming upgrade — Invictus

Pioneering continues: A status update on the upcoming upgrade — Invictus - Juno’s Invictus upgrade will be on mainnet in the coming weeks bringing with it an entire overhaul of the code base, new features, modules, and actions for developers and users. NOTE: This is a more developer oriented article / update. — Major Changes - Upgrade from CosmosSDK v0.45 -> v0.47, Upgrades ibc-go v4 -> v7, Adds x/NFT, Adds x/async-icq, Adds Skip’s Mev Builder (x/POB) for ABCI++, Users can now cancel unbonding, — Notable Changes for Developers - broadcast-mode block has been removed entirely upstream. This will break your CI/CD and scripts. This will affect ALL future chains which upgrade to SDK v0.47 as well. You are recomended to use sync + a timeout and query check., Governance proposals can now have multiple messages in 1 transaction. This will break governance builder tools such as and may break explorers such as Mintscan & Ping for viewing., Using Juno on v16.0.0-alpha.1 (SDK v47) and up will migrate all your private keys to the new format on usage of the CLI binary (junod). If you update and decide to roll back, you will need to clear your ~/.juno folder and keyring, then reimport your keys, We at Juno understand that these are major changes and are sadly out of our control. We foresee broadcast-mode being the largest problem here and have already had many complaints about it...

Juno Foundation Delegations Update

The Thought Process - The Juno Delegation Program (JDP) subDAO has been going back and forward on how to approach the JUNO delegations in a fair and responsible way. It turns out that it’s not as easy and straightforward as we would have desired. Either criteria is hard to measure and/or verify, criteria was not fair towards a specific group of validators or criteria was not beneficial towards the chain/community overall. Having that said we did come to a set of criteria we had already released and shared with everyone. For the first epoch we have decided to be a little more lenient. For example the governance participation threshold of 80% to be eligible was dropped for this first round. However, next epoch this will be upheld. We will constantly improve this program as required. Trying to balance rewarding validators for their provable added value to Juno and making sure it doesn’t affect the chain the wrong way. — The Eligibility / Criteria - We’ve set a few minimum requirements to make sure we are rewarding validators who have proven themselves to be capable validators while still taking the Nakamoto coefficient in consideration. These requirements go into the following categories: Submission of application, Validator information, Maximum commission, Maximum rank, Exchange validators, Governance participation, Uptime, Downtime slashing, Doublesign slashing, Multiple validators, White-label validators, See ...

Bitcoin Security is coming to the Juno Smart Contract Network via Babylon

The Babylon integration on Juno is imminent. Babylon is now live on the Juno test-net. The collaboration with Babylon, provides the Juno Network with improved transaction security as well as the option of lower un-bonding periods. With Juno’s vision to be the Interchain Incubator for decentralized interoperable applications, Babylon offers Juno Bitcoin-level security that enables it to be one of the most secure interoperable smart contract networks in existence today. — Securing Cross-Chain Smart Contracts - Babylon’s integration enhances Juno’s infrastructure and security, benefiting Juno’s community that uses and creates interoperable applications on the network. As Juno strives to become a leader in cross-chain smart contracts, it is focused on solving common smart contract L1 bottlenecks such as scalability, security, interoperability and runtime performance. As the Interchain Incubator, Juno is exploring faster block production that increases Transactions Per Second (TPS) that speeds up the development of new application types. Bitcoin today is the most secure global blockchain. Its mighty PoW mining power provides reliable and irreversible timestamps to Bitcoin transactions. This yields irreversible timestamps and an immutably ordered list of transactions and, thus, an immutable ledger. Babylon brings Bitcoin security to Juno by allowing Juno blocks (and the transactions therein) to be time stamped onto th...

JUNØ — EVOLUTION: A blueprint for the future.

JUNØ — EVOLUTION: A blueprint for the future. - — Introduction - Juno is the most active permission-less blockchain in the Interchain ecosystem. The Juno Evolution document outlines a strategic plan for Juno’s transformation from a basic L1 to a fully-fledged network. This vision serves as a guiding light to reach our desired destination: Juno — The Interchain Incubator. — Juno’s Vision: The Interchain Incubator - In the Interchain landscape, projects have two primary options for launch:1. Deploy a native app-chain, which demands significant time and resources; or2. Utilize an established L1, offering community, tooling, infrastructure, security, and a permission-less environment for the most efficient market entry. Juno paves the way for the second option, facilitating rapid project development and iteration, enabling engagement with one of the most active communities within the Interchain, and helping projects find product-market fit before launching their own Mesh-Secured L1. As new projects emerge in the Interchain, Juno provides the best turn-key environment for launching and iterating projects. Via its revolutionary tooling, Juno is equipped with cutting edge incubation tools which projects can effortlessly utilize, providing them with all the perks of a native developed L1 without concerns about independent app-chain security. Juno Evolution is committed to refining this proce...

DAODAO — A paradigm shift for the blockchain world.

DAO_DAO — A paradigm shift for the blockchain world. - The most disruptive & cutting edge public good of the last decade. Developed on the Juno Network. DAO_DAO is open & free for all to use. Enabling anyone to build products & services, applications & organize communities with no coding skill requirement. Giving builders & visionaries the most efficient tools to launch a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) underlying their application. In an age were blockchain takes its next evolutionary leap towards an interconnected decentralized web aka. The Interchain; Innovators now have the ability to launch a DAO that interoperates with the entire Interchain world. By utilizing the security of the Juno Network, builders don’t have to worry about costly and resource intensive security for their own application specific app-chain anymore. One can now focus on the four relevant drivers that matter most: Building a successful product or service, Building a userbase, Monetization, Governance, Via DAO_DAO, one has all turnkey tools at hand that allow both permissioned and permission-less systems to be constructed. The organizational structure can be custom adjusted to a specific use case. Not every project needs a large community run DAO. Instead builders have the option to select the type, size and structure of their DAO that fits their needs. Every application specific use-case imaginable can be t...

JunØ — aurora

JUNØ — AURORA - The Aurora upgrade v.14 will launch on the Juno main-net shortly! This upgrade comes just weeks after our previously feature packed v.13 core software release. Aurora will include the following: x/GlobalFee Module, 0 Fee IBC Relaying, x/IBCHooks Module, Stargate Staking Queries, Tokenfactory: ForceTransfer, MintTo, and BurnFrom, x/wasmd 0.31, wasmvm 1.2.1, Command Line quality of life improvements, — New: x/GlobalFee - Passed in Juno proposal 68 Currently on cosmos based chains, validators are fully in control of the set network fees. With this new module, a minimum gas fee is set by governance as the gas pricefloor. At the upgrade, gas fees are set to our setup documentation gas prices default: 0.0025ujuno, 0.001uatom (ibc/C4CFF46FD6DE35CA4CF4CE031E643C8FDC9BA4B99AE598E9B0ED98FE3A2319F9), At any time, governance can increase these fees across the network to help deliver more for developers (through feeshare) and stakers. It can also add new tokens to be accepted as fees such as OSMO and USDC in the future. If an transaction attack occurs on Juno, validators are able to raise their fees ABOVE the minimum gas fee to protect the network as needed. After this software upgrade is live, the team will work on drafting a proposal to increase governance fees. This impact will be negligible for network usage, but have a much larger impact for FeeShare based contracts. It is important the community...

JUNØ— v.13

Juno has successfully upgraded to version 13 on main-net. Introducing many great new developer features which improve the user experience for all! Our biggest upgrade yet, kicking off a strong start for 2023. For your convenience we have listed all the new feature additions below. — FeeShare - Proposal 51, which passed in November, has been implemented and tested extensively over the last few months. It allows Juno developers to opt-in and earn 50% of the gas fees on their contracts for any JUNO tokens paid as gas. Instructions on how to register your contract can be found here. As a Juno delegator/staker, you have the power to change the 50% fee split and the tokens shared with developers by submitting a proposal at any time (Param change proposal). This feature enables developers and communities to earn JUNO income passively for their contract work, without requiring additional funds from users. As usage and popularity of the application increases, so does the income. — TokenFactory - This new update included a module that enables developers to interact with native tokens directly, enhancing the user experience in several ways. Airdropping to token holders, Displaying all tokens for an account with a single requests for frontends, Reducing the overall contract logic, Command line users can now send tokens via the standard junod tx bank sendcommand., For developers and DAOs, we have migration and middleware...


The previously announced Moneta Hacks have been on-going for some time. Many people have been working hard on cool dapps and protocols, leading them to ask a burning question… wen? The answer is NOW.The History of Hack Juno When Juno launched, 4% of initial token distribution were set aside for Hack Juno prizes. Why? Simply because without cool things being built that people could use, the chain wouldn’t be worth much. Unlike the EVM ecosystem, the CosmWasm smart contract ecosystem has yet to fully develop. Hack Juno funds were intended to jump start CosmWasm smart contract development by incentivising developers to learn and build. It worked! The first Hack Juno, organized by Core 1, started before Juno even launched, and some of the projects that emerged from it included JunoSwap, JunoMint, JunoTools, the early beginnings of DAO DAO, and more! It was decided that the second part of Hack Juno would be broken into four phases, each with 287500 Juno as prizes (a total of 1149600 Juno). An article was written about it, but then we got distracted. Prop 16 and other monumental events sucked up a lot of energy; and even though devs were building, little progress was made on the Hack Juno front. This lack of progress was one of the cheap motivations for embracing SubDAOs to scale Juno’s growth and development, which will become an important component in the long term success of Juno. The community DAO voted in favour of...

Multiverse — Junø

Multiverse — Junø Inter-chain Accounts are coming to Juno. Providing composability and true interoperability of smart contracts across different blockchains. Inter Chain Accounts (ICA) represent one of the biggest technical changes in the Cosmos since IBC, and we believe it is important to add this functionality to the network. Juno is the “hub” for CosmWasm Smart Contracts in the Cosmos, and so it follows that being a Host Chain for Inter Chain Accounts makes sense.The Multiverse upgrade proposal will go live for on-chain voting this week between the 30th of June and 2nd of July. This upgrade will allow Controller Chains to interact with Juno functionality, including:Native functionality and core SDK modulesSmart Contract storeSmart Contract instantiateSmart Contract execute Note that this is ICA Host functionality only, and does not enable Controller functionality. The release candidate for this upgrade is on the Juno GitHub here, and contains a changelog for this release.Why is ICA a big deal? ICA brings composability to the Cosmos ecosystem, facilitating a drastically better user experience.Interchain Accounts enable Blockchains to Control Accounts on Other Chains In practice, this means a network like the Cosmos Hub, Evmos or Osmosis can execute transactions on Juno ie. stake, vote, swap. So cosmos ecosystem blockchains can access application features of other chains and carry out any action native to ...


Crypto Firm Juno Restarts Services After Finding a New Custodian Partner

    The Singapore-based cryptocurrency platform Juno announced that all services are 'now up and running again.' It increased daily withdrawal limits at the beginning of the year and urged customers to transfer their holdings into self-custody wallets, citing issues with its previous custodian partner - Wyre.  Back on Track Juno temporarily halted cryptocurrency purchases on its platform in early January and auto-converted the stablecoins - USDC, USDT, mUSDC - to USD. It also disclosed problems with its previous custodian - Wyre, encouraging clients to withdraw their assets or transfer them into cold wallets. In a recent announcement, the platform said the 'constant support' from its new partner Zero Hash brought operations back to normal. Co-Founder and CEO Varun Deshpande said: 'We are delighted to restart our crypto services in record time with Zero Hash. With Crypto 2.0, we will focus on offering better platform reliability, more coin diversity, and better crypto prices. Given the events of 2022, we are committed to building a secure and compliant on and off-ramp product for the long-term growth of the industry.' Zero Hash's CEO - Edward Woodford - described Juno as a 'well-intentioned' company and highlighted their mutual efforts to resume services after just three weeks.  Apart from that, the firm introduced several upgrades, including zero trading fees and improved customer experience. It also added support to over 35 digital currencies, with Solan... read More

Web3 and Crypto Checking Account Startup Juno Raises $18M, Airdrops Rewa...

    Juno, the Singapore-based Web3 crypto firm that offers customers checking accounts tied to crypto assets, has raised $18 million in a Series A financing round led by Parafi Capital. The fresh capital follows the startup's seed round in 2019 when Juno raised $3 million from investors. Juno Raises $18 Million in a Funding Round Led by Parafi Capital, Crypto Startup Reveals Loyalty Token The Web3 crypto startup Juno is a digital currency company that provides clients with the ability to create a checking account by leveraging crypto assets. On October 1, it was revealed that the company has raised $18 million in a Series A funding round led by Parafi Capital. According to the announcement, Juno's Series A investors also included 6th Man Ventures, Hashed, Sequoia India's Surge, Greycroft, Jump Crypto, and Uncorrelated Fund. Varun Deshpande, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Juno, told Tech Crunch reporter Manish Singh the firm has 'has reached $1 billion in annualized transaction volume processing.' The company has also launched a new token called JCOIN and Juno airdropped the new ERC20 token to '70k+ Juno users.' The latest funding round's capital will be used to expand the company's team and the firm's loyalty program. JCOIN will be used for 'exciting offers, collectibles, and in-app boosts redeemable through JCOIN, only on the Juno Store.' So far the startup, which was originally started by founders who created the Ethereum lending protocol Nuo, has raised $21 mil... read More

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