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Bug Exploit

A bug exploit is an attack that take advantage of a system's vulnerabilities.

Bagholder

An investor who continues to hold large amounts of a specific coin or token, regardless

Back-to-Back Letters of Credit

Two letters of credit used consecutively to carry out a financial transaction through a third

Byzantium Fork

The Byzantium hard fork was geared towards making Ethereum's smart contracts suitable for usage in

Byzantine Generals’ Problem

A situation where communication that requires consensus on a single strategy from all members within

Buy Wall

A buy wall is a disproportionately large buy limit order placed on a cryptocurrency exchange.

Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT)

Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT) is the property of a computer system that allows it to

Byron Phase

Byron Phase is the first phase of Cardano that was released in September 2017.

Buy The (F*******) Dip (BTD/BTFD)

An enthusiastic exclamation by supporters of a cryptocurrency to buy while prices are at a

Burn/Burned

Cryptocurrency tokens or coins are considered “burned” when they have been purposely and permanently removed

Bug Bounty

A reward offered for the identification of vulnerabilities in software.

Bull Trap

A bull trap occurs when a steadily declining asset appears to reverse and go upward,

Bull Run

A bull run (also known as a bull trend) is a period of time in

Bull Market

A bull market in crypto and stock markets refers to a time during which the

Bull

A person that is optimistic and confident that market prices will increase, this person is

Bubble

When an asset is traded at a price exceeding that asset's intrinsic value.

Brute Force Attack (BFA)

An attempt to crack a password or key through automated trial and error.

Bridges

A blockchain bridge allows the seamless transfer of data or tokens between two different blockchain