The total sum of all company’s shares of stock. It is calculated by multiplying the price of a stock by its total number of company’s shares. It shows how much a company is worth.
Majority Attack (or 51% attack/hack) usually happens to blockchains that use proof of work (PoW) protocol; the attacker can get control of more than 50 percent of the hashing power and thus be able to manipulate the data in the blockchain. Example: Bitcoin SV, Verge, and Ethereum Classic experienced 51% attack.
Metaverse is a social construction that uses Web 3.0, blockchain technology, and computer interfaces where people build customs, habits, and values and own some property, animals, items that allow them to live and socialize in the virtual reality using their digital identities.
Mining is a process thanks to which new cryptocurrencies are minted. While mining, complex math puzzles are solved as a way to simultaneously secure and power a network and mint new tokens.
Mint is a term that stands for the creation of a new NFT. In mining, it refers to the creation of a new coin or token.
Memecoin is a kind of cryptocurrency that is rather tied to a funny, humorous topic than to a serious thing.
Merge refers to Ethereum's migration from a proof-of-work consensus mechanism to a proof-of-stake one.
Market sentiment is the overall mood or attitude of traders and investors toward particular crypto or the crypto market in general. It can be positive, negative, or neutral and is often influenced by factors such as news, events, social media trends, and price movements. Market sentiment plays an important role in price fluctuations and trading activity within the crypto market, as it can impact buying and selling decisions.
A multi-chain is a blockchain ecosystem that consists of multiple interconnected blockchains, each with its own unique features and functionalities (e.g. Polkadot or Avalanche). These interconnected chains enable improved scalability, interoperability, and customization within the broader blockchain network.
Market value is the current total worth of a specific digital asset or the entire crypto market. It is determined by multiplying the current market price of the asset by its circulating supply, providing an estimate of its overall value in terms of market capitalization.