GLOSSARY

Address
Addresses (Cryptocurrency addresses) are used to receive and send transactions on the network. An address is a string of alphanumeric characters, but can also be represented as a scannable QR code.
Agreement Ledger
Attestation Ledger
ASIC
Bitcoin (uppercase)
bitcoin (lowercase)
Blockchain
Block Height
Block Reward
Central Ledger
Confirmation
Consensus Process
Consensus Point
Cryptocurrency
Digital Commodity
Digital Identity
Distributed Ledger
Difficulty
Double Spend
Genesis Block
Halving
Hashrate
Initial Coin Offering (ICO)
Ledger
Litecoin
Mining
Multi Signature
Off-Ledger Currency
On-Ledger Currency
P2P
Participant
Peer
Permissioned Ledger
Private Currency
Private Key
Proof-of-Stake
Proof-of-Work
Ripple
Replicated Ledger
Scrypt
SHA 256
Smart Contracts
Tokenless Ledger
Transaction Block
Transaction Fee
Unpermissioned ledgers

 

Sources:
Blockchain Technologies: www.blockchaintechnologies.com ♦ Blockgeeks: www.blockgeeks.com ♦ Gartner IT Glossary: www.gartner.com ♦ IBM developerWorks: www.ibm.com 

 

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