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An electronic signature, or e-signature, is any electronic mark (sign, sound, symbol, etc.) used in the palace of a physical signature in signing a document or contract.
Economic utility is a term in economics that refers to the total satisfaction that a person can derive from consuming a good or service.
In computer science, an edge node is a computer that serves as an end-user gateway to form a connection with other nodes.
Short for “explain like I’m five” — a plea for simplicity when crypto concepts are being explained.
The Elliott Wave Theory is an essential tool for many stock and crypto market traders.
Exponential moving average (EMA) is a technical indicator that highlights the recent price changes and data points of an asset/stock/cryptocurrency while keeping the older chart observations intact.
Email spoofing is a technique that is used in order to trick users into thinking that a message actually came from a different person.
The speed at which new coins are produced and released.
Encryption is a method through which information can be made into code.
A group of organizations and companies working together to further develop the Ethereum network.
One entire run of the training dataset through the algorithm is referred to as an epoch in machine learning.
Equity is the funds that would be returned to a company's shareholders if all of the company's assets were dissolved and all debts were paid off in the event of liquidation.
ERC-1155 digital token standard was created by Enjin and offers more security in comparison to older token standards. It can be used to create both fungible and non-fungible assets on the Ethereum network.
Tokens designed and used solely on the Ethereum platform.
ERC-223 is an Ethereum token standard that is powered by smart contracts that enable users to securely transfer tokens to a digital wallet.
A token standard for non-fungible Ethereum tokens.
ERC-777 is a tradable token standard spun out from ERC-20 to enable a new way to engage with a token contract while staying backward compatible.
ERC-827 is an ETH token standard that addresses the existing limitations of ERC 20 when it comes to the implementation of calls in transfers and approvals in particular.
ERC-884 facilitates the creation of tradable ERC-20 tokens, each of which symbolizes a numberless share issued by a Delaware corporation.
ERC-948 is a new Ethereum token protocol that is designed to connect subscription businesses with customers and allows for subscription-based transactions.
A financial instrument where assets or cash are held by a third party while a buyer and a seller complete a deal.
Electronic sports, commonly known as e-sports, is a term used for digital gaming competition, in which players battle against each other in an individual or team-based format often in a competition or event that offers huge monetary rewards to the winners. Some e-sports games are also available in a single-player mode.
Ethash is the algorithm utilized for the proof of work mining Ethereum and ETH-based cryptocurrencies.
The form of payment used in the operation of the distribution application platform, Ethereum.
Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs) describe standards for the Ethereum platform, including core protocol specifications, client APIs, and contract standards.
Ethereum transaction are cryptographically signed instructions to initiate a transaction to update the state of the Ethereum network.
A Turing-complete virtual machine that enables execution of code exactly as intended; it is the runtime environment for every smart contract. Every Ethereum node runs on the EVM to maintain consensus across the blockchain.
Businesses that allow customers to trade cryptocurrencies for fiat money or other cryptocurrencies.
A security that tracks a basket of assets such as stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies but can be traded like a single stock.
An exit scam is a trick where projects disappear (or shut down) after accumulating investors’ money. In other industries, this event occurs when a business stops shipping orders even if it is receiving payment for the new ones.