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Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) is a type of cryptocurrency token designed to represent Bitcoin (BTC) on other blockchain networks.Learn More
OrdinalsBitcoin Ordinals allow for the use of block space on each Bitcoin satoshi to be an identifiable inscription of metadata.Learn More
InscriptionsInscriptions are the metadata added or “inscribed” onto Bitcoin satoshis (sats), the smallest unit of the Bitcoin currency.Learn More
Ordinal TheoryOrdinal theory concerns bitcoin satoshis, giving them identities via numbers and allowing for tracking, transferring, and ascribing with additional data. Learn More
Digital ArtifactsDigital records and data that are inscribed to an individual satoshi on the Bitcoin block space as a transaction on the Bitcoin network. Learn More
BIPsBitcoin Improvement Proposals (BIPs) are created as formalized documentation that outline modifications or enhancements for the Bitcoin protocol.Learn More
Bitcoin ATMA Bitcoin ATM (Automated Teller Machine) is a physical kiosk that allows users to buy and sell Bitcoin in-person using cash or a debit card.Learn More
Bitcoin HalvingA Bitcoin halving is a mechanism that is encoded into the Bitcoin protocol to control the rate at which new bitcoins are created.Learn More
BTCBTC is the native cryptocurrency of the Bitcoin blockchain. Currently, there are about 18.9 million BTC in circulation with total limit of 21 million.Learn More
Colored CoinsIn the context of Bitcoin, Colored Coins refers to a protocol for issuing and representing unique tokens on the Bitcoin blockchain. Learn More
Discreet Log Contract (DLC)A Discreet Log Contract (DLC) is a type of Bitcoin smart contract that enables conditional blockchain payments based on an oracle.Learn More
Hashed Time Locked Contract (HTLC)A Hashed Time Locked Contract (HTLC) is a type of Bitcoin smart contract that serves as a conditional transaction with time-bound contingencies.Learn More
JoinmarketJoinMarket is an open-source software that attempts to brings additional privacy to Bitcoin transactions by utilizing coin joins. Learn More
Segregated Witness (SegWit)Segregated Witness (SegWit) is a soft fork protocol upgrade for the Bitcoin blockchain that occured in August of 2017.Learn More
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