Utility tokens

(noun): Digital assets that provide access to specific services or products within a blockchain ecosystem.

Example: “The utility token allowed users to access exclusive content on the platform.”


(noun): A decentralized cryptocurrency exchange that enables users to trade digital assets directly from their wallets.

Example: “I used Uniswap to swap my Ethereum for some other tokens.”

Unstoppable domains

(noun): Blockchain-based domain names that cannot be censored or taken down by centralized authorities.

Example: “The website was hosted on an unstoppable domain, ensuring its availability even if the traditional domain is blocked.”

User wallets

(noun): Digital wallets that allow individuals to store, manage, and interact with their cryptocurrencies.

Example: “I transferred some Bitcoin to my user wallet for safekeeping.”

Uniswap V3

(noun): The third version of the Uniswap decentralized exchange protocol, introducing new features and improvements for traders.

Example: “Uniswap V3 offers concentrated liquidity, allowing users to have more control over their trades.”

User privacy

(noun): The protection of an individual’s personal information and activities from unauthorized access or disclosure.

Example: “The platform prioritizes user privacy by encrypting all communication and not collecting unnecessary data.”