(blockchain jargon, terms and definitions)
A token is the digital representation of an asset built over existing blockchain. They are designed for uniqueness, instant transferability, liquidity, digital scarcity, and security.
An alternative to blockchain developer who tests the applications in a somewhat real (near-live) environment.
It refers to an Ethereum Testnet that supports parity clients and uses Proof of Authority consensus.
It refers to an Ethereum Testnet that supports geth clients and uses Proof of Authority consensus.
It refers to an Ethereum Testnet that supports both the geth and parity clients and uses Proof of Authority consensus.It is mostly similar to mainnet.
Tokenization is a process that allows the translation of business goods, strategies, or services into discrete units that are tradable and can be recorded on a blockchain. READ MORE"
It is a functional, less universal programming language that lacks non-deterministic functions, but have more characteristics.
An input/ addition into a blockchain that can make some changes in the existing blockchain data is known as a transaction. READ MORE"
Transaction block refers to a collection of transactions on the blockchain that can be hashed and submitted to the blockchain.
The minimal fee imposed on certain transactions delivered through a blockchain network is known as the transaction fee.
Transaction pool is a pool or list of transactions, propagating through a common network, but haven’t added in a block.