Canonical

Accepted as authoritative. In some mathematics, canonical is more strictly defined as a unique way of representing an object without any arbitrary choices.

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Collusion

An attempt, or the perception of an attempt, of groups of nodes to cooperate in order to influence the writing, rewriting, or forking a blockchain.

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Consensus

In everyday language, “common, general, or widespread agreement”.

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Current Ledger State (CLS)

Each active node in a blockchain network is responsible for obtaining the data to show an up-to-date list of all the accounts and their current states.

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