Merkle TreeBy CoinGecko | Updated on Mar 03, 2020
A Merkle tree is also known as a hash tree in cryptography. It is a tree where every lead node is labelled with cryptographic hash of a data block, and every non-leaf node is labelled with the hash of the labels of its child nodes. It is used to verify of data stored within it and transferable in and between computers.
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A type of digital signature performed in a group where it becomes impossible to determine which member's key in the group were used for the digital signature.
It is the abbreviation of Memory Pool. Set of unconfirmed transactions in a blockchain
Abbreviation for ‘number only used once’ It is of vital importance next to the hash in the verification of data from the Bitcoin blockchain network.
The speed/rate at which new coins are minted and released as dictated by the protocols written.
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