AirDrop

is a method of distributing cryptocurrency or tokens in which they are sent to users for free by the owners of the project. It is like a “gift” of virtual assets that can be obtained without the need for purchase or mining. AirDrop is often used to bring attention to a new project, attract new users, or reward existing members for participating in the community. Recipients simply need to fulfill some conditions to receive their free tokens.

Altcoins

— all cryptocurrencies except Bitcoin. These are secondary or alternative cryptocurrencies.

AML (Anti-Money Laundering)

is the process and measures taken to prevent money laundering and legalization of criminal proceeds through financial means, including cryptocurrencies.

Arbitrage

— this is a strategy in which traders buy an asset (such as a cryptocurrency) on one exchange and simultaneously sell it on another exchange to benefit from the price difference between them. Thus, arbitrage allows you to make money on the difference in prices for identical assets in different markets.

ASIC

— these are special devices designed to mine cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin with high speed and performance, making them more efficient than regular computers.

ATH (All-Time High)

is the highest price or value of a particular asset or cryptocurrency ever achieved. When the price reaches the ATH, it means it is higher than it has ever been before.

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