41 Campbell L. Rev. 47 (2019)
The Lawyer's Cryptionary: A Resource for Talking to Clients about Crypto-transactions

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    The Lawyer's Cryptionary: A Resource for
    Talking to Clients about Crypto-transactions

                          CAROL GOFORTH*


I.ORGANIZATION OF ARTICLE ................................................................. 51
II.TERM INOLOGY  ....................................................................................   56
           1. Address (Cryptocurrency Address) ................................ 56
           2. A ltcoin  .............................................................................  57
           3. B itcoin  .............................................................................   57
           4. B lock  ................................................................................  60
           5. B lockchain  ......................................................................  61
           6. Blockchain 2.0 ...............................................................   62
           7. Blockchain Consensus Protocol ..................................... 63
           8. C oins ...............................................................................   66
           9. C oinbase ........................................................................   67
           10. C oincheck  ......................................................................   68
           11. C oinD esk  ........................................................................  69
           12. Cryptocurrency    ...............................................................  69
           12.1 Example-Bitcoin ........................................................ 70
           12.2 Exam ple- D ash  ............................................................... 701
           12.3 Example-Ether (also referred to as Ethereum) ........... 71
           12.4 Example-Litecoin (LTC) ........................................... 73
           12.5 Example-Monero ...................................................... 74
           12.6 Example-Ripple (technically, Ripple's XRP Token) ...... 75
           12.7 Example-Zcash ........................................................... 77
           13. Cryptographic   Hash   ......................................................... 77
           14. Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) ....... 78
           15. Decentralized Applications (DApps) .............................. 79
           16. D igital Currency  .............................................................  80


* University Professor and Clayton N. Little Professor of Law, University of Arkansas
School of Law. Thanks to Cameron Brewer, my research assistant and a JD Candidate at
the University of Arkansas School of Law, and to Associate Dean Will Foster and Professor
Sharon Foster for their comments on earlier drafts of this article. Needless to say, any errors
which remain are my own.

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