Permissioned BlockchainBy CoinGecko | Updated on Mar 03, 2020
It is a private blockchain where the nodes must be previously authorized by a central entity. The transactions included in the general ledger, a limited consensus test was carried out and carried out by trusted participants, being easier to maintain and faster than free access networks.
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It is a tactic where hacker overtake the mobile phone to exploit the two-factor authentication and two-step verification.
Cryptocurrencies are pegged to an underlying asset.
Unspent Transaction Output
(abbv. "UTXO") Coins that are unspent in the wallet. UTXO virtually represents the cryptocurrency one own in the wallet.
The name for IOTA's Directed acylic graph (DAG) based transaction settlement layer.
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