Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

提供者:CoinGecko | 更新日期:Mar 03, 2020
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a form of security that tracks a collection of securites such as stocks, bonds, index or cryptocurrency but tradeable like a single stock. In many ways, it is similar to mutual funds except they are usually listed on exchanges and ETF shares are tradeable very much like regular stocks.



Full Pay-Per-Share (FPPS)
FPPS is quite similar to PPS; the only difference is that the pool will additionally pay a transaction fee incentive if the block is identified. FPPS is the same as PPS+.
In cryptography, encryption is a process of encoding information the original form of information called plaintext via an algorithm called cipher. The encrypted message is now called ciphertext. Only authorized parties can decipher the ciphertext and convert back it to the original plaintext.
Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge (Zk-Snarks)
An acronym for Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge, zk-SNARKs refers to a protocol where one can prove posession of a given piece of information (eg a string or hash) without revealing that information and also without any interaction between both the prover & verifier.
Replay Attack
A replay attack is a form of network attack when valid data transmission is fraudulently intercepted, then delayed or resent to mislead the receiver into doing what the hacker wants.
coingecko (thumbnail mini)
CoinGecko (幣虎) iOS 版
coingecko (thumbnail mini)
CoinGecko (幣虎) Android 版