Crypto slang for a large quantity of a specific cryptocurrency. Alternatively (but less frequently) used to refer to the contents of an individual's crypto portfolio.
An investor who continues to hold large amounts of a specific coin or token, regardless of its performance.
Baking is the process that Tezos uses in order to append new blocks of transactions to its blockchain.
Baking is a process that is used by Tezos in order to append new blocks of transactions onto its blockchain.
The quantity of data capacity available for transactional activity on a network is known as bandwidth.
The BIS is an international financial institution that promotes global monetary stability.
BaaS platforms provides a higher level of financial transparency options by letting banks open up their APIs for third parties in order to develop new services.
The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) was implemented in the United States in 1970 to prevent criminals from concealing or laundering their illegal gains.
A basket, when used in the cryptocurrency space, refers to a collection of digital currencies managed as a single asset.
Batch auctions are a trading mechanism in which individual orders are grouped together and executed simultaneously.
A blockchain that coordinates shard chains, manages staking and the registry of validators in a PoS cryptocurrency, such as Ethereum 2.0.
Someone who believes that prices in a given market will decline over an extended period. Such a person might be referred to as “bearish.”
The attempted manipulation of a specific cryptocurrency’s price, based on the coordinated activity of a group of traders.
A bearwhale is a person who has a high number of cryptocurrencies and uses their massive account to drive the price down and profit out of it.
Benchmarking is a method of comparing the performance of your asset or investment portfolio to that of similar assets to see whether there is a gap that can be bridged by increasing performance indicators.
A benchmark index is a popular index security that is used as a gauge or benchmark, against which the progress of the broader market may be tracked.
A technical standard for tokens on Binance Chain.
BEP-20 is a Binance Smart Chain token standard created with the intention of extending ERC-20.
BEP-721 is a Binance Smart Chain (BSC) token standard that enables the generation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). It is considered to be an extension of ERC-721 that is one of the most popular NFT standards.
A software pre-release stage where its access is offered to a set number of users third-party software testers for testing it under real-world settings.
The cost that someone is willing to pay for a security, asset, commodity, service, or contract is referred to as a bid price.
Bid-ask spread is the difference between the highest price which a buyer is willing to pay for an asset as well as the lowest price that a seller is willing to accept.
The four or five biggest technological corporations, particularly Facebook, Apple, Google, and Amazon, are referred to as "Big Tech" as they enjoy the biggest shares in their respective industries.
Binance Labs is a project to nurture, invest in, and develop blockchain and cryptocurrency businesses, initiatives, and communities, as well as a social impact fund.
Binance Launchpad offers crypto-startups a platform to raise capital and market their projects to millions of crypto investors in the Binance ecosystem.
Binary code is a two-symbol system that is based on numbers, "0" and "1," to represent text, computer processor commands, or any other type of data.
A bit is a basic unit of information in computing.
An automated teller machine (ATM or cashpoint) that allows the user to buy and sell Bitcoin.
Bitcoin Dominance is a metric that determines how much share of the overall crypto market share is owned by Bitcoin.
The standard format for documents proposing changes to Bitcoin.
Bitcoin Pizza refers to the infamous transaction where a guy, named Laszlo Hanyecz, paid 10,000 Bitcoins for two pizzas making it the first business transaction of Bitcoin in the real world.
A person who is bullish on Bitcoin.
Bitcointalk is the most popular online forum dedicated to Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
A business license permitting regulated virtual currency activities, issued by the New York State Department of Financial Services.
BitPay is a Bitcoin payment service provider.
A commonly used unit, or subdivision, of a single Bitcoin.