Osmosis Zone Unleashes Cross-Chain NFT Staking with Enterprise DAO

The world of NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) on Osmosis, a leading decentralized exchange (DEX) within the Cosmos ecosystem, just got a major upgrade. Osmosis Zone now allows cross-chain NFT staking through a powerful collaboration with Enterprise DAO. This innovative partnership unlocks exciting possibilities for NFT communities and empowers them to leverage the benefits of DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations).

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Cross-Chain NFT Staking: Breaking Down Silos

Traditionally, NFT staking has been confined to the blockchain where the NFT resides. Cross-chain NFT staking, facilitated by Osmosis Zone and Enterprise DAO, breaks down these barriers. This allows NFT holders to stake their NFTs across different blockchains within the Cosmos ecosystem, maximizing their utility and potential earning opportunities.

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The Power of Enterprise DAO: A Boon for NFT Communities

Enterprise DAO emerges as a key player in this new era of cross-chain NFT staking. Here’s what Enterprise DAO brings to the table:

  • Simplified DAO Management: Enterprise DAO prides itself on offering a user-friendly platform for DAO creation and management. Its “no-code setup” allows anyone to create a DAO without extensive technical expertise.
  • Streamlined DAO Operations: Enterprise DAO equips DAOs with essential tools for efficient governance, including cross-chain voting, treasury management, and effortless reward distribution to members.
  • Cross-Chain Functionality: Enterprise DAO extends its functionalities beyond Osmosis. It supports token staking with tokens from various Cosmos blockchains, manages cross-chain treasuries, and facilitates NFT staking across several prominent Cosmos networks like Terra, Stargaze, and Juno.

The ICS721 Standard: The Foundation for Interoperability

The groundbreaking ICS721 standard, pioneered by ARK Protocol, forms the technical backbone of cross-chain NFT staking on Osmosis Zone. This standard ensures seamless communication and interaction between NFTs residing on different Cosmos blockchains.

Exploring Supported Collections and Creating NFT DAOs

For NFT enthusiasts eager to explore cross-chain NFT staking opportunities, a valuable resource exists: ARK Compass. This platform allows users to see which NFT collections are currently supported for cross-chain staking.

The Process: Creating an NFT DAO with Staking

The process of creating an NFT DAO with staking functionalities is designed to be user-friendly. Here’s a simplified breakdown:

  1. Locate Your Collection on ARK Compass: Navigate to ARK Compass and identify your NFT collection using the source chain and “Transferred Collections” filter. Once you find your collection, copy its contract address.
  2. Create Your DAO on Enterprise DAO: Head over to its website and utilize the copied contract address to establish your NFT DAO.
  3. Effortless NFT Staking for DAO Members: For DAO members, the staking process is straightforward. Simply visit the Staking tab within your DAO, select the NFTs you wish to stake, and confirm the transaction.

A New Era for NFTs and DAOs

The introduction of cross-chain NFT staking on Osmosis Zone, powered by Enterprise DAO, signifies a significant advancement in the evolution of NFTs and DAOs. By unlocking interoperability and offering user-friendly tools, this collaboration empowers NFT communities and fosters a more dynamic and interconnected future for the blockchain space.


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Dr. Olajide Samuel juggles the demands of medical studies with a passion for cryptocurrency. A seasoned blogger, Olajide shares his vast global knowledge of the crypto space, offering insights to enthusiasts. Despite his busy schedule, his commitment to crypto remains strong, and he actively seeks ways to contribute to its future.
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