Speculative trading refers to the purchase and sale of a highly volatile asset driven by the potential colossal returns despite the high risks.
Slippage occurs when there is a discrepancy between the order price a trader requests and the de facto price he settles for when the transaction is executed.
A support level is a price barrier, for which it is difficult to force a price trend below.
Supply chain refers to the several stages a product undergoes before it is delivered to the end customer.
Store of value
Store of value assets are assets whose value is conserved over time.
A staking pool is a wallet jointly owned by different investors who group their resources to increase the likelihood of being rewarded.
A source code is a set of statements written in a programming language.
A snapshot captures the records on a blockchain at a point in time, including all the confirmed blocks up to that point.
A smart contract is a computer algorithm that is executed automatically when the specified coded terms are met.
A sell wall occurs when a large limit sell order is placed in an order book.
Security audits are regular checkups on the safety of a company’s information technology system.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is a US government authority that regulates the securities market.
The original creator(s) of Bitcoin.
Stablecoins are cryptocurrency pegged to real world value – all the pros of blockchain without the cons of volatility.