JOMO: The opposite state of FOMO stands for “Joy of Missing Out.”

Java: Java is a general-purpose, class-based as well as object-oriented programming language.

Keylogger: A keylogger or keystroke logging software is a spying tool often used by hackers to record keystrokes made by users.

Key pairs: A key pair is the combination of a public and private key together. When a crypto wallet is created, a pair of keys will be generated. The private key is the most important one and should be backed up safely and not shared with anyone, whilst the public key can be given out to anyone who wants to send you funds.

Kimchi Premium: Kimchi premium is a phenomenon occurring in South Korean crypto exchanges, making valuations appear higher than on other international exchanges.

KYC: Know Your Customer.

Lambo: Slang for the type of car that many crypto enthusiasts aspire to buy when their digital assets “moon” - or rise in value substantially.

Layer 0: Layer 0 is a network framework running beneath the blockchain. It is made up of protocols, connections, hardware, miners, and everything else that forms the foundation of the blockchain ecosystem.

Layer 2: Layer 2 is the name given to a scaling solution that enables high throughput of transactions whilst fully inheriting the security of the underlying blockchain that it is built on.

Layer-1 Blockchain: A layer-1 blockchain is a set of solutions that improve the base protocol itself

Ledger Nano: The Ledger Nano is a hardware wallet for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and many other altcoins. Like other hardware wallets, it stores the user’s private keys in a secure hardware device, keeping them away from criminals while still giving the user easy access to their cryptocurrencies. What makes the Ledger Nano so useful is the combination of high security and ease of use. Users can quickly make payments with their digital currency but at the same time know that their coins are safely stored.

Lightning network: A peer-to-peer system for cryptocurrency micropayments that is focused on low latency, instant payments. They are sometimes called second layer solutions.

Limit Order: A limit order is a type of order to purchase or sell a security at a specified price or a better one.

Limit Order/Limit Buy/Limit Sell: Tools that enable traders to automatically buy or sell cryptocurrencies on a trading platform when a certain price target is reached.

Liquidity: The liquidity of a cryptocurrency is defined by how easily it can be bought and sold without impacting the overall market price.

Liquidity Pool: Liquidity pools are crypto assets that are kept to facilitate the trading of trading pairs on decentralized exchanges.

Liquidity Provider: Liquidity providers are decentralized exchange users who fund a liquidity pool with tokens they own.