Blue chip

What does Blue chip means?

Blue chips are well-known projects. NFTs and cryptocurrencies can be blue chips, depending on their adoption, value, and stability. Therefore, as with NFTs, blue chips are established NFT projects with high and stable value, while blue-chip cryptos are well-adopted cryptocurrencies that have gained trust over time. 

Examples of Blue Chip NFTs

  1. Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC)
  2. Cryptopunks
  3. DeGods NFT
  4. Cool Cats

Examples of Blue Chip Cryptos

  1. Bitcoin
  2. Ethereum 
  3. Solana
  4. BNB

Random Slangs


An NFT way of describing a rapid increase in the volume and price of a cryptocurrency or digital asset. The “moon” is the ultimate goal

Layer 2

A secondary technology built on top of an existing blockchain. The purpose of layer 2 is to scale the blockchain with more solutions, improving its


A short form of “Key Opinion Leaders.” It defines an industry influencer. In NFT, a KOL is someone whose decision impacts an NFT project. You

Non-custodial wallet

It’s a crypto wallet that removes third-party token management to give you sole control of your private keys and funds. While non-custodial wallets are more

Metamask (MM)

Metamask is an Ethereum-based non-custodial wallet for storing cryptocurrencies. Metamask, also shortened as MM, is a widely adopted wallet due to its high level of

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