Proof-of-stake is a method of maintaining integrity in a blockchain, ensuring
users of a cryptocurrency can’t mint coins they didn’t earn.
A stablecoin is a type of cryptocurrency whose value is tied to an outside
asset, such as the U.S. dollar or gold, to stabilize the price.
An oracle sends data from the outside world to a blockchain so specific data,
like temperature, can execute the disbursement of money.
Getting bitcoin to the moon requires some serious technology
Proof-of-work is the blockchain-based algorithm that secures many
cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
XRP is a digital asset and cryptocurrency issued and partly managed by Ripple,
a payment solutions company.
A CBDC is a central bank digital currency, a new type of money governments are
experimenting with that often has blockchain at its core.
"Sharding" is a proposed method of splitting Ethereum's infrastructure into
smaller pieces in an attempt to scale the network.
As some start to wonder about a post-Bretton Woods economic system, macro
analyst Luke Gromen explains how that post-World War II system came to be.
Multisignature wallets are cryptocurrency wallets which require two or more
private keys to sign and send a transaction.