A DEX aggregator brings transactions from several Decentralized Finance (DeFi) systems in a single interface.
Internet access is no longer confined to your computer or mobile device; wristwatches, door locks, refrigerators, and other items are becoming internet-enabled. This network of interconnected items and gadgets exchanges data and feeds new applications for consumers, businesses, and governments. It's been dubbed the "Internet of Things." Once limited to items having an internet connection, the Internet of Things has evolved as a category to cover a variety of technologies that enhance network applications, such as real-time analytics and machine learning artificial intelligence. The most well-known example of IoT today is smart home technology, which includes gadgets like lights, thermostats, and security systems that a homeowner can operate via their smartphone.
Ethereum Killer is a cryptocurrency which is taking advantage of flaws in Ethereumand has the potential to surpass Ethereum in the future, thus "killing" it in terms of adoption or popularity.
A layer 2 framework or protocol is one that is developed on top of an existing blockchain system. The primary purpose of these protocols is to address the major cryptocurrency networks' transaction speed and scale issues.
The Flow blockchain protocol was designed by Dapper Labs to allow the development of NFTs for NBA Top Shot, which are one-of-a-kind collectible videos that basketball fans may own.
Altcoin - "alternative coin" - is any kind of digital currency other than Bitcoin. Since the launch of Bitcoin, the world's first digital currency, many altcoins (as well as supporting blockchains) have been created. Altcoin digital currencies share many similarities to Bitcoin, but consistently and have significant differences. There are about 20,000 altcoins, and this number is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. Altcoins often develop Bitcoin features. Ethereum, currently the most widely used blockchain, supports digital contracts and separate applications where Bitcoin does not. Altcoins are also often created to cater to the needs of different users. The Litecoin blockchain, for example, can process payments quarterly for the duration of Bitcoin.