Mining is the phenomenon of verifying blockchain transactions, adding new blocks to the chain network.
Multi-signature is essentially a signature that requires the simultaneous presence of more than one unique key to confirm a transaction or access the resources.
Moon is a crypto slang term referencing a continuous increase in a certain cryptocurrency’s price, or a perceived imminent increase.
Monetary policy is the policy embraced by a government authority, typically the central bank, in pursuit of certain economic objectives.
Metadata is data that labels other data.
A Merkle tree or hash tree is a data structure that allows storing blockchain transactions in an efficient way.
The mempool is the space on a blockchain network node where transactions awaiting confirmation are temporarily stored.
Maximum supply of a token is the ceiling of all tokens that can ever be generated.
Masternodes emerged as a solution to the diminishing number of full nodes.
Market orders are orders implemented instantaneously at the best immediately accessible price.
Market momentum describes the consistency in the direction of evolution of a market price.
Market cap is the product of a cryptocurrency’s price and its circulating supply.
Margin trading is when you invest in an asset using someone else’s funds, typically a broker.
Market makers are usually traders who place orders that are not fulfilled straightaway on an order book.
A mainnet swap occurs when a company moves its tokens to its own independent blockchain or changes protocol.
A mainnet is a totally developed independent up-and-running blockchain network.