Automated Market Maker (AMM)
AMM is an automated means to supply exchanges with liquidity, thanks to liquidity pools.
A 51% attack is an attack on a blockchain launched by an entity possessing 51% or more of the network’s mining potential.
An auction is a competitive bid.
Asset management is the handling of an asset portfolio with the objective of maximizing portfolio value with minimal risk.
The ask price is the lowest amount an asset seller is willing to accept to sell it for.
Arbitrage is the trading action that exploits price differences of the same asset in different markets.
Application Specific Integrated Circuits are devices with substantial computing capabilities powered by microprocessors, usually used to mine cryptocurrencies.
API is the set of protocols that allow different computer softwares or applications to communicate with each other.
Because Bitcoin is the world's first crypto currency, those other coins were then called "altcoins," as an alternative offering to BTC.
Alpha is a measure reflecting the performance of an investment or investment portfolio.
All time High (ATH)
ATH is the maximum value of an asset, measured in terms of price or market capitalization.
An algorithm is a set of instructions, typically followed by a computer, in a specific sequential order to solve a problem.
A location where crypto is sent to and from in the manner of a sequence of random numbers and letters.
Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
A set of international laws that restrict criminals and people who launder money in real-world cash through cryptocurrencies.
A marketing campaign to share a particular cryptocurrency or token with the public audience.
A person who supports a new company or startup financially.