Since the advent of Initial Coin Offerings, promoters have sought to sell their tokens through various “funding portals,” the majority of which have ignored or skirted equity crowdfunding regulation. But, as with everything in cryptocurrency, there is significant grey area when crowdsourcing a token sale.
A 51% attack, also known as a majority attack, is a potential security vulnerability that can occur in blockchain-based cryptocurrencies. It refers to a situation where a single entity or a group of colluding entities gains control over more than 50% of the total hashing power or computational resources of a cryptocurrency network.
In the context of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, a DEX refers to a decentralized exchange. Unlike centralized exchanges (CEX), where a third party holds and manages users’ funds and transactions, decentralized exchanges allow users to trade cryptocurrencies peer-to-peer (P2P) in a trustless, non-custodial manner. In a DEX, users remain in control of their private keys … Read more