The adoption curves show the progression of technological innovations in a market. It is rare that a brand new product or concept is adopted immediately when it comes to the market. It is not easy to get adopted by the masses at first. Consider cell phones as an example. As cell phone use cases grew, so […]
A crypto address is a string containing characters that represent a wallet that can send or receive cryptocurrency. It’s similar to a real-life email address or website. Each address is unique and indicates the location of a blockchain wallet. Because they are long random strings of numbers and letters, most blockchain addresses are hard for humans to […]
Adam Back created Hashcash, which is used to mine Bitcoin. His contributions to Bitcoin development and the Bitcoin white paper were significant. Blockstream, a blockchain technology company founded by Blockstream in 2014, provides the most advanced blockchain technologies. Blockstream created Liquid.net in 2020. This is a one-stop-shop for Liquid Network statistics and information. Liquid Network provides its services […]
The accumulation/distribution indicator is a price and volume-based indicator that determines the (current & future) trend of an asset. This indicator examines the relationship between the stock’s closing price and its volume flow. The term “accumulation”, denotes the level for buying (demand), while “distribution”, denotes the level for selling (supply) an asset. The accumulation/distribution indicator can be termed as a momentum […]
An account is basically an accounting record that tracks the financial activities of specific assets, expenses, revenue, equity, or liabilities. These records can change as events occur during an accounting period. Each account is kept in a general ledger. This can be used to prepare financial statements at the close of each accounting period. Also known as accounts, […]
51% attacks refer to malicious actors (or groups) controlling more than 50% of the total blockchain mining power and disrupting the integrity the blockchain. Because blockchain works, transactions must be approved or added to confirm them. The majority of hashing and mining power is controlled by bad actors. They can theoretically “form” the majority in the […]
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