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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.
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The official command line interface to interact with a Cardano node.
The top-level component for a node.
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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.
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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.
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Also known as non-fungible tokens (NFTs): units of data that certify a digital asset to be unique (non-interchangeable).
Transferring assets from one address to another.
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The currency associated with Cardano.
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A full-node wallet for Cardano's currency, Ada and its native tokens.
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Delegating ADA to a stake pool to earn rewards
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tokens created on the Cardano network
Questions about blockchain in general, when other tags cannot quite capture the essence of the question.
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A light wallet for Cardano
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For Haskell programming questions specifically related to Cardano. For more generic programming questions about Haskell, please consider using Stack Overflow instead.
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a Cardano test network. Used to validate and test new features prior to implementation on the production network (mainnet)
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Cardano's innovation and funding process
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applications that run on a distributed computing system. Also known as dApps
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Application Programming Interface
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Proof-of-Stake model states that an individual can validate transactions according to how many coins they hold.
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Anything referencing to Blockfrost API.
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Cardano's provably secure proof-of-stake protocol.
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Questions about the Etherium cryptocurrency platform, including comparisons between Cardano and Etherium or Etherium 2.0.
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