Episode Three

Crypto Jargon Buster

Welcome to our first Crypto Jargon Buster! In this episode, we chat through some of the most used phrases and words in Cryptocurrency.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

  • A simple explanation of blockchain, what it does and why it does it.
  • The real meaning of the word bubble and whether Bitcoin is one or not.
  • What a Cryptocurrency is and how it’s defined.
  • Where the word HODL came from and what it means, it’s pretty funny! Go check out the full post HERE.
  • The meaning of FIAT currencies and it’s origins (and flaws).
  • Why Forks happen & the difference between a hard and soft fork (forking hell!)
  • We discuss ledgers and how blockchain can provide a public record of this.
  • How mining works, what it means and the financial rewards miners receive.
  • The meaning of MOON! and Mooning

Here are the links to some of the tools we spoke about:

One awesome website to check prices of different coins

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