The Osmosis Grant Program (OGP) has approved Batch 16 Grants totaling $105,000 in funding. The batch comprises three projects (one tooling and two infrastructure), each contributing to improved platform performance and user engagement: Newmetric, Interactive DApp Passthrough, and Managed Supercharged Liquidity Vaults.
Newmetric has been granted $60,000 in OSMO token funding. This initiative involves constructing high-performance Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs) for the Cosmos network to enable distributed and interchain protocols to execute in different locations simultaneously.
Interactive DApp Passthrough
Noah Sasu has been awarded a $20,000 USDC grant to introduce iframe passthrough functionality into the Cosmos Kit, streamlining the user experience in the Osmosis App Store by eliminating the need for constant wallet reconnections.
Supercharged Liquidity Vaults
Lastly, DeFine Logic Labs, a DeFi yield strategy firm, has been granted $25,000 in USDC to collaborate with to develop and manage vault strategies for Osmosis’ supercharged liquidity pools. These strategies will optimize yield for liquidity providers.
Through Batch 16 Grants, Osmosis continues to prove its dedication to pushing boundaries, cultivating smoother performance, enhancing user interactions, and advancing financial strategies.