The highest price an asset has ever been sold for.
A set of regulations designed to prevent the practice of illegally generating income.
A long-term downward trend in a market.
A long-term upward trend in a market.
Keeping a cryptocurrency stored offline, as a security precaution to prevent theft.
A time-limited event where people can purchase tokens of a cryptocurrency.
The study of encryption.
A graph that is directed and without cycles connecting the other edges.
A marketplace where cryptocurrencies and other financial instruments are traded.
A government issued currency.
The primary reasons an asset falls in price or causes someone to panic sell.
An asset where each unit is essentially identical and interchangeable with one another.
A method of raising money by selling a newly created cryptocurrency.
A series of laws and regulations which require businesses to know the identity of their customers.
Using borrowed money to increase the potential gains or losses of an investment.
The availability of an asset to be bought and sold easily, without affecting its market price.
Buying an asset with the expectation that it will rise in value.
The act of using borrowed funds from a financial institution to trade in a leveraged manner.
To increase drastically in value.
Software that has its source code publicly available to modify, fork, or redistribute.
Getting "wrecked". Losing a lot of money on an investment.
The percentage gain/loss on an investment.
A Turing machine is a system that can simulate any computer algorithm, regardless of its complexity.
A (mostly) unique identifier for a given transaction.
A measure of how rapidly and unexpectedly an asset has historically changed in price.
People who panic sell when the price of an asset begins to plummet.
A very wealthy person who can single-handedly manipulate the price of an asset.