Blockchain

بواسطة CoinGecko | تم التحديث في Mar 03, 2020
A digital ledger where data is recorded in a chronological order. In Bitcoin's case, it is a decentralized, public ledger which contains transactional information. Users can verify that transactions have occured simply by looking at the data that is publicized on the Bitcoin network. In a blockchain, the next piece of information that will be added is always linked to a previous, already confirmed information of the blockchain through the use of a hash which describes the past content. With the hash, every block of information in a blockchain becomes referenced with one another, and cannot be easily swapped out, thereby qualifying as an immutable ledger.

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Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)
Describes the technology that enables distributed ledger.
Halving
Event that serves to reduce in half the reward of the Proof-of-Work miners that operate in the blockchain network.
Difficulty
A relative measure on how difficult it is to correctly guess a new block
Satoshi Nakamoto
The pseudoym used in publishing the Bitcoin Whitepaper. Identity is unknown.
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