Alphabetical list of terms in a particular domain of knowledge with the definitions for those terms.
Addressable digital property or entity.
1. Blockchain Token
2. Copyrighted Digital Work
3. Domain, Username & Digital Identity
Digital location of an asset:
1. Offchain: Asset(s) may be stored in a centralized server.
2. Onchain: Asset(s) stored as transaction on a decentralized ledger.
A system in which a record of transactions are maintained across several computers that are linked in a peer-to-peer network.
A group of assets.
- An ownable and transferrable immutable cryptographic asset
- An immutable decentralized ledger dataset or entry that can be assigned an ownership and has transfer function
Example: ERC-20 Token, ERC-721 Token, Blockchain Identity (Namecoin & ENS).
A group of cryptographic collectibles or assets that are procedurally regulated or curated.
Method of which an asset is deployed or inserted into a blockchain.
Example: Manual Minting or Registration, Decentralized App, Smart Contract.
Current state of an asset or crypto collectible
Example: Active development, or Inactive development.
A supply state in which semi-fungible cryptographic collectible or asset is fractionalized into arbitrary share of ownership.
Example: 1000 supply of FDCARD (Spells of Genesis) is divisible into 0.0001% share of ownership instead of 1/1000 ownership.
The total number of semi-fungible asset within a collection.
An unregulated or uncurated supply state of crypto asset:
1. Uncurated: Supply state of an asset presented as-is.
Example: CryptoPunkers global (whole) supply is 10,000.
2. Curated: Supply state of an asset with some parameter.
Example: There are 1,500 supply of CryptoPunkers minted in 2017, 3,500 in 2018 and 5,000 in 2019.
A state of cryptographic collectible or asset with an active or inactive deployment or issuance, possibly affecting it’s supply count.
An executable command or line of codes in regards to cryptographic collectible or asset that existed or written since it’s deployment or issuance.
A wrapper, or later advancement of said cryptographic collectible or asset is not considered a native function.
A unique digital entity that aren’t equally interchangeable.
Example: Digital Fingerprint such as MD5 hash, or Non-Fungible Token.
Name or title of a particular asset or collection that exist outside of the blockchain.
Example: Social recognition or general consensus.
Name or title of a particular asset or collection that exist in the blockchain.
Example: Name or title of crypto asset that is hard-coded inside of a smart contract or stated as blockchain entry.
A regulated or curated supply state of cryptographic collectible or asset within April 21, 2011 (First Crypto Asset minted on Namecoin -> d/bitcoin) to March 19, 2018 (Genesis of Non-fungible Token Standard).
Primary Asset refer to token (blockchain entry, or data) which in today’s standard is commonly identified by _tokenID (in ERC-721 Standard), or Name (in Namecoin Token Standard) that is precursor to ERC-721.
Secondary Asset refer to anything that the identified token is embedding, linking or containing, such as but not limited to; Metadata (JSON files, etc), Codes (P5.JS, etc), Files (JPEG, GIF, PNG, MP3, MP4, Doc, etc) and URLs.
Digital entities that are equally interchangeable within the same edition, but not equally interchangeable within or outside of a collection.
An Identifiable (Explorable), Addressable (Ownable and Transferrable) blockchain entry.
A state in which a crypto asset may have a multiple variations.
Example: Etheria v0.9, v1.0, v1.1, v.1.2 & Cryptopunks v1 & v2.