Blockchain technology is already such a new topic. If you are trying to learn about it all, you might find yourself completely overwhelmed by the terminology used… Because this is a dilemma many newbies often fall into, we have created a blockchain glossaries for those who need some help figuring out what all this mumbo-jumbo means! Don’t scour the internet and google definitions! We have a beginner glossary and an intermediate glossary (coming soon!) so you can find common terms in a single place!
We want you to understand blockchains! Knowing the vocabulary is essential to understanding! Use our guides to study, or as a reference. If you have any suggestions for words we can add, please contact us! Or let us know whether or not you found this resource helpful to you as you adventure into the blockchain world!
There is a lot of new terminology and technical terms that can cause difficulty understanding as you begin to explore the new area of blockchain technology. For that reason, we have compiled a list of terms that you should probably know, or at some point will need to, to truly understand blockchain technology.
You can use this as a study guide while learning about blockchains, or you can use it as a reference when you come across a term you don’t know!
If you are a into blockchains, but are running across words you don’t know, this would be a good resource for you! Even if you are trying to get deeper into the blockchain space, this will be helpful. There is so much technical terminology with blockchain life, that things can get confusing when we don’t know certain words!
Our Intermediate Blockchain Glossary is to help you out when you need to figure out what a term means! Use this glossary as a resource or to study as you get to know your stuff!
If you are more of a visual learner, our A-Z series will cover some of those key words in the blockchain space! We have one word for every letter, and they are all terms you need to know, so take 2.5 minutes to learn the terminology, and check out our video to the left.