VOLATILITY , CAPITULATION, PUMP & DUMP and BAGHOLDER EXPLAINED | Crypto Jargon #20

Welcome to Crypto Jargon, in this episode, I break down the terms in relation to cryptocurrency trading Let’s start with what do we mean by “Volatility”. You’ve surely heard it many times, that cryptocurrencies are very volatile. This refers to instability in their prices. Cryptocurrencies can experience significant price variations in short periods of time. On many occasions, […]

World’s First Grin Paper Wallet

Welcome, welcome to One Minute Crypto! I’m your host, Chronos, and today, the world’s first Grin paper wallet. Grin is a scalable, privacy-focused blockchain, and that privacy causes some trouble for the idea of paper wallets. Grin doesn’t actually have addresses, like almost any other cryptocurrency. That’s great for privacy, but how would you make a paper wallet, […]

GENESIS BLOCK, BLOCK SIZE, BLOCK HEIGHT, BLOCK TIME, BLOCK REWARD, BLOCK TIMESTAMP EXPLAINED

Welcome to Crypto Jargon. In this episode, we look at the following terms All in relation to blockchain, of course This episode is sponsored by Ledger: the maker of the best hardware wallets on the market to find out more about it, Check out the description of the video where you will find the link and my tutorials […]

Introducing Sno-Caps – The People’s Cap-And-Trade (2014 MIT Award Winner)

Hello, this is James D’Angelo and welcome to the Bitcoin 101 Blackboard series. Today, we’re going to be introducing something that we’ve been working on for a number of months. It’s called Sno-caps or the People’s cap-and-trade. Really, what it is it’s pitting Bitcoin’s Public Ledger versus this enormous problem, this really tough and intractable problem called the […]

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