The most detailed cryptocurrency dictionary

Blockchain and cryptocurrency are becoming an increasingly popular topic in the world and have long gone beyond the crypto community. Moreover, the regulation and use of cryptocurrencies are discussed at the state level. Also, a huge number of people join the crypto community and try to understand the market trends. But to understand the market and all the phenomena associated with cryptocurrency, users need to understand the cryptocurrency terminology, so the Cryptorobotics team has compiled a cryptocurrency dictionary that will help new users get comfortable in the crypto industry. Here, users will find the basic concepts and terms in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrencies to make it easier to navigate.

Paper wallet - is a type of cold crypto wallet, which is a sheet of paper with a printed seed phrase and/or a closed (private) key. It is a type of cold crypto wallet, which is a sheet of paper with a printed seed phrase and/or a closed (private) key.
Phishing - is a type of scam where attackers pose as a trusted service in the online space and try to obtain users' personal information (such as username, password, bank card number, etc.) using email campaigns or messages on social networks.
Phishing site - is a fake platform that completely copies the real site. The difference can be one letter or character of the address of the actual site. When a user enters personal data on such a site, such as bank details, scammers gain access to his confidential information.
Private key - is an alphanumeric password designed to access a cryptocurrency wallet and/or conduct transactions.
Public key - is the address of your cryptocurrency wallet, to which all users have access.
Pump & Dump - is a scam to manipulate the prices of crypto assets. First, the value of the coin is artificially inflated in order to sell "dump" to inexperienced traders as expensive as possible, and then the price of the coin drops sharply and traders lose their funds.
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