Token & Staking

Letter - A
APR: Annual percentage rate (APR) refers to the yearly interest generated by a sum that's charged to borrowers or paid to investors. It does not take into account the compounding of interest within a specific year.
Letter - C
Circulation Supply: The total number of coins that are currently in circulation and available to the public.
Letter - F
Fixed Pool : A staking pool that does not allow the user to withdraw the staked funds before the staking period is over.
Flexible Pool: A staking pool that does not allow the user to withdraw the staked funds before the staking period is over.
Letter - I
IDO: An initial decentralized exchange offering (IDO) is a way of raising financing for a blockchain project by launching a token sale on a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange.
Letter - L
Liquidity: Liquidity is a fundamental part of both the crypto and financial markets. It is the manner in which assets are converted to cash quickly and efficiently, avoiding drastic price swings.
Locking Period: A specific period of time in which cryptocurrency tokens cannot be transacted or traded.
LP (Liquidity Pool): A crowdsourced pool of cryptocurrencies or tokens locked in a smart contract that is used to provide liquidity to the assets.
Letter - M
Market Capitalization: Total capitalization of a protocol or project. It is calculated by multiplying the number of coins in circulation with the market price.
Max Supply: The maximum number of coins or tokens that will be ever created.
Letter - S
Staking: Staking is the process in which participants in a network earn rewards by locking their coins into cryptocurrency wallets to validate network transactions or to supply liquidity to others.
Staking Pool: A pool where crypto holders lock their assets (tokens) together, allowing them to increase their chances of validating new transactions in the blockchain and receive rewards in return. Check
Letter - T
Token: A token is a cryptocurrency that allows users to use a certain network or product. Tokens can have multiple use-cases; while some work like currencies, others perform the function of utility tokens.
Tokenomics: A term that combines the terms "Token" and "Economics" to describe how tokens are managed within a blockchain project to achieve financial goals.
Treasury: Treasury involves the management of money and financial risks in a business. The priority is to ensure the business has the money it needs to manage its day-to-day business obligations. It also aims to ensure there is enough cash available to meet future liabilities.
Letter - W
Withdrawal Fees: Network Fees that users pay for withdrawing their tokens before the ending date of the staking pools.