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Project Start Date2019 Mar
What is Cosmos (ATOM)
Cosmos is a decentralized network of independent parallel blockchains, each powered by BFT consensus algorithms like Tendermint consensus. $ATOM is the utility and governance token of the Cosmos Hub.By TokenInsight Research
Where Consumer Chains combine their own staking token validator set with Provider Chain validator set.
v10-Epsilon (expected Q2 2023)
Hub ATOM Liquidity (HAL)
Protocol Controlled Value application to acquire ATOM LP tokens with Interchain Security Tokens
v9-Lambda Upgrade (expected Q1 2023)
Cosmos SDK v0.47
Phasing out broadcast mode
Remove proposer based rewards
With the deprecation of the param module, this will allow governance or another account to modify these parameters.
Changes required for Interchain Security
Liquid Staking module
Free, secure and low-risk delegations for use in other parts of the Cosmos ecosystem
Features include enabling transfer of rewards and voting rights
Interchain Security - Required Participation of Provider Chain Validators
The Cosmos solution to shared security that uses IBC Cross Chain Validation (CCV) to relay validator set composition from a Provider Chain (Cosmos Hub) to a Consumer Chain. This validator set is in charge of producing blocks on both networks using separate nodes. Misbehavior on the Consumer Chain results in slashing Provider Chain staking tokens (ATOM).
Adds a circuit breaker governance proposal type to disable adding new liquidity in order to make a migration possible.
Interchain Account Module
Allows the creation of accounts on a "Host" blockchain which are controlled by an authentication module on a "Controller" blockchain.
Arbitrary messages are able to be submitted from the "Controller" blockchain to the "Host" blockchain to be executed on behalf of the Interchain Account.
Uses ordered IBC channels, one per account.
Vega Upgrade (Completed December 14, 2021)
Cosmos SDK v0.44
Fee grant module:
Allows paying fees on behalf of another account
Provide governance functions to execute transactions on behalf of another account
Liquidity Module v1.4.2
The Gravity DEX with updates for dependencies
IBC packet forward middleware v1.0.1
Cosmos Hub as a router
External chain launch: Gravity Bridge
Transfer ATOM, ETH, ERC-20, and other Cosmos tokens between Ethereum and the Gravity Bridge Chain and by extension all IBC connected chains.
Fee and reward model hosted across Cosmos and Ethereum
Delta Upgrade (Completed July 12, 2021)
A scalable AMM model for token swaps
Drives liquidity for tokens on the Cosmos Hub
Delivers price consistency and order execution
Stargate introduced an extensive set of upgrades to the Cosmos Hub, including new interoperability abilities and various performance improvements. It involved the transition of the third version of the Cosmos Hub (Cosmos Hub 3) to a fourth iteration (Cosmos Hub 4). Stargate's primary new feature was the Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol, the interoperability standard that enables the exchange of cryptoassets and data across other Tendermint-based chains. Stargate also included several user-experience and performance upgrades, such as:
Protobuf Migration to increase transaction throughput and lower gas costs by increasing block capacity. It also introduces a composability standard
State Sync to shorten the time it takes to sync a Cosmos node
Full-featured light clients to help accelerate full node sync times
Chain upgrade module to increase the efficiency of network upgrades
Atom Transfers Enabled
The Cosmos Hub's on-chain governance system unlocked token transfers roughly one month after its launch.
Launch of the Cosmos Hub
The Cosmos Hub and its Tendermint Proof-of-Stake (PoS) network launched in March 2019.