A string of 26-35 characters that identifies the ownership, trading history and where the coin is stored in the blockchain.
A marketing campaign that refers to the expedited distribution of a cryptocurrency for simple tasks such as sharing news of the coin to build the popularity.
Read more: General statement on forks and airdrops
The price that one is one willing to sell their coins for and it is listed on the sell side in the order book.
Cumulative volume of current sell orders on the book at the given price or lower.
The first currency in the currency pair (ex.: BTC/USD pair’s base currency is BTC).
The price that one is willing to pay for a coin and it is listed on the buy side of the order book.
Cumulative volume of current buy orders on the book at the given prices or higher.
The difference in price between the highest bid and the lowest ask on the order book.
An order that has been withdrawn from the order book before being fully filled.
A quotation of the relative value of two different currency units against each other (ex.: BTC/USD or ETH/BTC).
In order to trade on margin you are required to have sufficient balance in one or more currencies that could compensate the possible loss.
Visual representation of changing demand and supply of the assets at different price levels. It is split in the middle at the price of the last trade.
A marketplace/platform where people are able to buy and sell assets.
A government-issued currency, such as euro, U.S. dollar, etc.
Useful: Available fiat currencies
To execute sell or buy order.
Software or protocol update that creates an alternate version of the blockchain, leaving both to run on the different parts of the network (ex.: Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH)).
“Initial coin offering” is a type of funding when a quantity of tokens are sold to investors, in exchange for fiat or other cryptocurrency to fund and promote a new platform, coin or service.
Useful: ICO funding from ROKKEX
A loan offered by a broker during margin trading.
Buy/sell order that is set to be filled only when a specific price has been reached.
A measure of how easy is it to convert the asset to cash without a loss. Usually the more active market means that you are able to buy or sell the coin at its fair price which makes that asset more “liquid”.
A trader that adds liquidity to the order book by placing a limit order that will not be filled right away with an order in the order book.
Trading borrowed assets, to lever your position.
Margin borrow limits
Determines the maximum amount of margin that can be tied to your leveraged order.
Buy/sell order that is filled right away at the current market price.
Minimum order size
A limit indicating what can be the minimum volume of the order.
Read more: Minimal order sizes
Orders that are either just partially filled or not filled at all yet.
A list of current buy and sell orders.
The currency that takes the second place in the currency pair (ex.: BTC/USD pair’s quote currency is USD).
Stop loss order
Closing order that limits your losses or profits.
Take profit order
Setting a target profit on a long or short position.
A trader that removes liquidity by placing an order that is filled right away.
A likelihood of unpredictable price fluctuations.
A place where cryptocurrency holdings are stored. They can be cold (hardware or paper) or hot (software).