Smart contract vulnerability

A smart contract vulnerability refers to a flaw or weakness in the code of a smart contract that can be exploited to cause unintended behavior or potential security risks. Smart contracts, which are self-executing agreements stored on a blockchain, are susceptible to vulnerabilities due to their immutable nature. Common smart contract vulnerabilities include coding errors, […]

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Privacy-focused cryptocurrency

A privacy-focused cryptocurrency is a digital currency that emphasizes and prioritizes user privacy and anonymity. Unlike traditional cryptocurrencies, which may have transparent and traceable transactions, privacy-focused cryptocurrencies employ advanced...

Tokenomics

Tokenomics refers to the economics and mechanics behind a cryptocurrency or token. It encompasses various factors such as token supply, distribution, utility, and value dynamics within a blockchain ecosystem. Tokenomics determines how tokens are created, allocated,...

Fiat currency

Fiat currency refers to a government-issued currency that is not backed by a physical commodity like gold or silver. It holds value based on the trust and confidence placed in the issuing government. Examples of fiat currencies include the US dollar, Euro, British...