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A programming language based on Haskell used to write smart contracts on the Cardano blockchain.
A device or software that stores public and/or private keys for cryptocurrency transactions and keeps track of their balances and attributes.
A digital agreement that specifies where funds/tokens/assets should go, and under what conditions they will be sent, executing a deal only when all the conditions are met.
A piece of software that creates and validates blocks for the blockchain and gets a reward in return. Users can choose to delegate their ADA to a stake pool to get a cut of the stake pool rewards.
A program to recruit and train developers in Plutus for the Cardano ecosystem. Use this tag for questions regarding the Plutus pioneer program, its lectures or homework.
The official command line interface to interact with a Cardano node.
The top-level component for a node.
The currency associated with Cardano.
A full-node wallet for Cardano's currency, Ada and its native tokens.
Transferring assets from one address to another.
Delegating ADA to a stake pool to earn rewards
Also known as non-fungible tokens (NFTs): units of data that certify a digital asset to be unique (non-interchangeable).
tokens created on the Cardano network
A light wallet for Cardano
Questions about blockchain in general, when other tags cannot quite capture the essence of the question.
Cardano's innovation and funding process
For Haskell programming questions specifically related to Cardano. For more generic programming questions about Haskell, please consider using Stack Overflow instead.
a Cardano test network. Used to validate and test new features prior to implementation on the production network (mainnet)
Application Programming Interface
Questions about the Etherium cryptocurrency platform, including comparisons between Cardano and Etherium or Etherium 2.0.
applications that run on a distributed computing system. Also known as dApps