A computer that runs a cryptocurrency’s software and validates transactions.

Non-accredited Investor

An individual that trades cryptocurrencies but does not have a high net worth or high salary, and is not elgiible for certain investment opportunities.


A cryptocurrency that allows data (and transactions) to be written onto its blockchain.

Network Effect

The quality by which cryptocurrencies become more useful as more people use them.


Near-Field Communication. Enables devices located close to each other to transmit data without the need for internet connection.


An arbitrary number that is used only once in cryptography to make replay attacks impossible.


A popular framework for JavaScript code to be written in. 


Digital agreements between users on NEO's platform that are carried out automatically when their terms are met.