Brokers let traders and investors buy and sell financial assets, including stocks, cryptocurrencies, and commodities. Brokers enter markets and execute trades for clients, charging fees or commissions.
In cryptocurrency and tokens, burning is permanently removing a specified amount of tokens from circulation. The cryptocurrency or token becomes scarcer as a result. Burning can reduce inflation, improve token value, or align network incentives.
Organizations or projects reward individuals who find and report security flaws, bugs, or other defects in their software or systems. Bounty program participants, known as "bug bounty hunters," receive cryptocurrencies or cash for improving platform security.
A bull market is characterized by rising asset prices and investor optimism. In a bull market, there is increased buying activity due to general economic or asset class confidence. Investors anticipate greater gains as prices rise, creating a positive feedback loop.
Bitcoin, often referred to as "digital gold," is the first decentralized cryptocurrency created by a person or group of people known as Satoshi Nakamoto. It operates on a peer-to-peer network without the need for intermediaries like banks.