Termeni des utilizați în crypto

All in: cu toate fondurile într-o monedă.

Altcoin: orice altă cryptomonedă decât Bitcoin

Bear/Bearish:  Sentiment negativ sau mișcare de scădere a prețului

Bear Trap: O capcană în care prețul , aflat într-o tendință ascendentă, scade, pe moment,, ca apoi să își rezume creșterea.

BTD: Buy The Dip: O recomandare de a cumpăra monede după o scădere semnificativă.

Bull/Bullish: Sentiment pozitiv/Mișcare de creștere a prețului

Bull Trap: A lmOR: Do your own research

ELI5: Explică-mi ca și cum aș avea 5 ani, atât de simplificat încât și un copil de 5 ani să înțeleagă

Faucet:  Site care te răsplătește cu mici cantități de cryptomonede pentru îndeplinirea unor sarcini. specifice.

FA: Fundamental Analysis=Analiză Fundamentală

FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out. = Frica de a rata, de a nu participa. Aceasta este  o greșeală de începători, când o monedă crește foarte mult și tu ai senzația ca va mai crește și cumperi chiar vârful

Fork: O bifurcare a blockchain-ului din cauza filosofiilor concurente sau upgrade-urilor de protocol.

FUD: Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt. =Frică, Incertitudine și Îndoială. Descrie momentele de panică, când sentimentele negative sunt exagerate.

HODL: Act of holding on to your coins even in dire market circumstances, resisting the urge to sell

JOMO: Joy Of Missing Out. Opposite of FOMO

Long: A positive or favourable view on the coin or the market in general, usually with an underlying investment on the coin in mind

MCAP Market capitalization of the coin, which is an indicator of its market size. It’s derived from multiplying its market price to the total available supply of coins currently in the market

Moon: Expected upward movement (burst) of price, towards the moon

Pump: Upward price movement

Pump & Dump: Price manipulation by whales or collectives

Shitcoin: A coin with no potential value or use. Also, includes useless currencies such as fiat money

Short: Selling coins on margin (borrowing from the exchange), expecting the price to plunge

TA: Technical Analysis, or the analysis of prices based on historical price movements and fancy indicators

Rekt: A slang that refers to “wrecked”

Reverse Indicator: Someone who is always wrong predicting price movements

RSI: Relative Strength Index, a popular trading indicator used in technical analysis

Vapourware: A project that is never actually manufactured or implemented, synonymous with shitcoin

Whale: Someone who owns a huge number of coins that can influence prices of coins

Airdrops

An airdrop for a cryptocurrency is a way to distribute cryptocurrency tokens by awarding them to existing holders of the cryptocurrency

 

AES-256

Advanced Encryption Standard, or AES, is a symmetric block cipher (a cipher that uses the same key for encrypting and decrypting). AES is used to protect classified information and is used in software and hardware to encrypt sensitive data. AES-256 encrypts and decrypts data using a 256-bit cryptographic key. Keys can also be 128 bits (AES-128) or 192 bits (AES-192).

 

Altcoins

Alternative cryptocurrency coins are simply cryptocoins that are not Bitcoin. The majority of altcoins are a variant of Bitcoin that are built using Bitcoin’s open-sourced, original protocol. Other altcoins are built on top of their own blockchain and protocol.

 

Blockchain

A blockchain is a decentralized, distributed ledger for maintaining permanent and tamperproof records of transactional data.

 

Coin

Coins are cryptocurrencies that operate on their own blockchain. This is different than a token, which operates on top of an existing blockchain

 

Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual currencies that are encrypted using cryptography.

 

Cryptowallet

A cryptowallet is a software program that stores cryptocoins with the assistance of public and private digital keys, enabling users to send and receive coins through the blockchain

 

Decentralized applications (dApps)

Decentralized applications, or dApps, are open source and autonomous software applications that store data or protocols in a blockchain and run on a system of tokens where no single body holds token majority and changes are executed by consensus.

 

ERC20 token

‘ERC20’ is a standard for tokens built on the Ethereum network, and tokens that meet that standard are deemed ‘ERC20 Tokens’. These tokens are blockchain assets that have value and can be sent and received like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, or any other cryptocurrency.

 

Exchange

A service where people can buy and sell cryptocurrencies, similar in theory to a traditional stock exchange.

 

Fiat money

Fiat money is traditional currency. It has value because a government or similar authority uses its power to enforce the value

 

Fork

A blockchain is considered to be “forked” when it splits into two separate chains, usually after the rules governing the blockchain are changed in the code. The new updated blockchain continues on one fork and the old blockchain continues on the other. The best example of this is Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.

 

Gas

In the cryptocurrency world, gas is used a measurement of the processing power it will take to complete a transaction on a blockchain.  The more complex the transaction is, the more processing power it takes to complete.

 

ICO

An ICO, or “initial coin offering”, is a means of crowdfunding a project through the release of a new cryptocurrency or token

 

Node

In the blockchain ecosystem, a node is a computer that possesses and maintains a copy of a blockchain

 

Mining

Mining refers to the process of solving new blocks for a blockchain. This is a process that typically requires huge amounts of processing power, and miners who contribute their computer’s processing power typically receive cryptocurrency as reward.

 

Public/Private Keys

Public and private keys are essential for initiating, verifying, and completing transactions on a blockchain. Public keys, derived from a corresponding private key, act as a user’s public address on the blockchain while a private key is known only to one user to protect their cryptocurrencies.

 

Smart contracts

Smart contracts software programs that are coded to execute on a blockchain. Smart contracts help exchange money, property, shares, or anything of value in a transparent, conflict-free way while avoiding the services of a middleman.

 

Tokens

Tokens are a cryptocurrency that is built on top of an existing blockchain. This is different than cryptocoins, which are run on top their own blockchain.

Scalp Trading (ST): very short-term, fast-paced, repetitious
Day Trading (DT): short-term, day only, no overnight positions
Swing Trading (SWT): short to medium term, volatility based trades
Position Trading (PT): long-term, trend-based

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