to hold crypto in a wallet
a person who hold crypto in their wallet
place where a hodlers crypto is viewed
If more than half the computer power or mining hash rate on a network is run by a single person or a single group of people, then a 51% attack is in operation.
The transfer of cryptocurrency from one party to another, without the use of an exchange or other intermediary.
Offline storage of cryptocurrencies, typically involving hardware non-custodial wallets, USBs, offline computers, or paper wallets.
this is the phase that allows a hodler to open and existing wallet. Usually 12 words but can be more or a string on different networks
also known as a blockchain. Ethereum and Polygon are both networks and blockchains
a smooth and consistent amount of crypto with varying levels of commitment, value and frequency.
The term absolute return refers to the return on investment (whether positive or negative) obtained in a specific period of time.
A member-based consortium by Coinbase and Circle to manage USD Coin (USDC).
A movement encouraging alternatives to traditional, centralised forms of financial services.