Crypto language to be familiar with
A situation where one person or organisation is able to hijack the blockchain by controlling the majority of the computing power, otherwise known as the hash rate. For example, they can interupt mining activity and prevent transactions from being confirmed.
A crypto address is a unique location where you store your coins. You also use the address to send and receive your coins. The address will usually consist of a string of letters and numbers, looking something like this:
A giveaway of tokens, usually from a new project as a promotion to early supporters.
All cryptocurrencies which are not Bitcoin are known as altcoins (alternative coins).
A term for when bitcoin dominance falls in the market as investors trend towards altcoins.
Buy the Dip (BTD)
DCA – Dollar Cost Averaging
Decentralised Finance (DeFi)
NFA (Not Financial Advice)
Proof of Stake (PoS)
Proof of Work (PoW)
Pump and Dump