Bandwidth

A measure of how much data can or is sent over a specific network connection in a given amount of time, often measured in MBs (megabits per second) of available capacity, or MBs or GBs of data transfer needed to complete an operation.

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Block

A bundled package of transactions or data that is cryptographically committed or appended to a sequence of existing blocks to create a chain which makes it difficult to alter or reorganize the information it contains.

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Blockchain

A blockchain is an electronic ledger made up of blocks (containing groups of transactions or data) which are appended sequentially.

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Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT)

Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT) is a commonly used term to discuss the security of a network.

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