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Slang for the type of car that many crypto enthusiasts aspire to buy when their digital assets “moon” — or rise in value substantially.
Well-established projects and organizations having a market capitalization of $10 billion or above are called large cap or big cap projects/organizations.
Laser eyes is a viral Twitter meme that is used by Bitcoiners who attempt to push the price of BTC to its new all-time highs. It was originated with a hashtag, #LaserRayUntil100, back in February 2021.
Layer 0 is a network framework running beneath the blockchain. It is made up of protocols, connections, hardware, miners, and everything else that forms the foundation of the blockchain ecosystem.
Layer 2 is the name given to a scaling solution that enables high throughput of transactions whilst fully inheriting the security of the underlying blockchain that it is built on. 
A layer-1 blockchain is a set of solutions that improve the base protocol itself
A record of financial transactions that cannot be changed, only appended with new transactions.
Money that a trader borrows from a brokerage, enabling them to gain far greater exposure to a position than what their capital allows.
In the world of cryptocurrencies, leveraged tokens give you a leveraged position in trading, meaning that your earnings and losses are multiplied.
Light nodes are typically downloaded wallets and are connected to full nodes to further validate the information that is stored on the blockchain.
A second-layer protocol that is designed to solve Bitcoin’s scalability problem by allowing transactions to be processed more quickly.
A limit order is a type of order to purchase or sell a security at a specified price or a better one. 
Tools that enable traders to automatically buy or sell cryptocurrencies on a trading platform when a certain price target is reached.
A liquid market features a large number of buyers and sellers. It is a platform where all the trades are executed with ease and at a low cost.
Liquidation refers to the conversion of an asset or cryptocurrency for fiat or its equivalents.
How easily a cryptocurrency can be bought and sold without impacting the overall market price.
A liquidity bootstrapping pool is essentially a contract that manages a core pool containing tokens to be used on an exchange.
Liquidity mining is a mechanism or process in which participants supply cryptocurrencies into liquidity pools, and are rewarded with fees and tokens based on their share of the total pool liquidity.
Liquidity pools are crypto assets that are kept to facilitate the trading of trading pairs on decentralized exchanges.
Liquidity providers are decentralized exchange users who fund a liquidity pool with tokens they own.
Liquidity provider tokens or LP tokens are tokens issued to liquidity providers on a decentralized exchange (DEX) that run on an automated market maker (AMM) protocol.
A guarantee that a system will continue to provide data, and that no centralized authority can shut down its services.
Location swap allows the change of claim to the assets manifested in the form of a token with no effect on other attributes.
A situation where you buy a cryptocurrency with the expectation of selling it at a higher price for profit later.
A long position (longing) refers to the situation where an investor buys a cryptocurrency or any other financial instrument to sell it later when the price goes high.