Device or software used to store, send, and receive cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Wallets store the public and/or private keys that are used to track ownership and make transactions on a blockchain. In order to use Crypto, you'll need to use a Crypto wallet.
The filename that stores public and private keys for a full blockchain node. Wallet.dat files are located in the blockchain's data directory and are usually encrypted with a password.
An individual capable of making large trades that can significantly affect the market.
Technical document outlining a project’s purspose, vision, and technology.
A list of registered and approved participants in a funding event or ICO. Whitelists are used to exclude non-accredited investors in order to better comply with regulations and manage limited supplies.