24 Crypto Terms You Should Know


Cryptocurrency is fast becoming the most important decentralized economic force of the 21st century. eCommerce and other merchants are now adopting crypto tokens and accepting cryptocurrencies at their online stores. If you want your business to thrive in the modern market, you should consider doing the same. To jump into the crypto market and fully understand what it means, you need to know some key terms. Today, let’s break down important crypto terms you should know as an eCommerce store owner or as a user of cryptocurrencies. Miner A crypto…

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The Rise of eCommerce in the Metaverse


The Metaverse is confusing, there’s no doubt about it.  Lots of companies are throwing the term around, using it to describe what they are doing, or just trying to figure out how it fits into their business model. One thing, however, is certain. The metaverse will change the face of eCommerce and has already started doing so.  What is the “Metaverse”? The term “metaverse” first appeared in the 1992 novel “Snow Crash” but recently came to mainstream popularity when Facebook announced a change in name to “Meta”. As a result…

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DeFi, Blockchain, and the “Deadpool Effect,” According to Gorav Seth

Gorav Seth, Co-chair of film financing for DeFi and NFT Marketplace platform Mogul, joins Jason Butcher on Off the Ledger to give a behind-the-scenes view (pun intended) of the changing movie industry, NFTs, and how blockchain is the catalyst for leveling the playing field. Don’t miss the chance to watch Off the Ledger’s newest episode with corporate finance and entertainment industry expert Gorav Seth of Mogul, which is now live on CoinPayments Media and Spotify!  Don’t be fooled by Gorav’s relaxed demeanor. He worked for 15 years in corporate finance…

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Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): All You Need to Know

NFTs are assets minted onto the blockchain that are unique. In contrast to fungible assets, like global currencies that are mutually interchangeable, non-fungible tokens cannot be traded for something of “equal value,” as their value is dependent on market demand. Think, collectibles: whereas to some, they may seem worth next-to-nothing, to others, they can be highly sought-after products.

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