Below is a collection of the most commonly used jargon, slang terms, and phrases in De-fi, shitcoins, memecoins, and other parts of the crypto world. Please note: this is a constantly evolving work in progress.

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A commonly used method for distributing tokens. There are different reasons why an airdrop is done. A project can have a contest where the community can be rewarded in airdrops for participating and/or winning. The airdrop method is also used to send tokens that have been purchased ‘over the counter.’

Airdrop Bot
A Telegram bot that is designed for you to complete certain tasks (such as referring a friend to join) to earn free tokens.

Technically speaking, an Altcoin is anything other than Bitcoin. Nowadays, many believe that Ethereum should be excluded from the Altcoin category due to its scale and growth.

Alt Season
Alt (Altcoin) Season refers to a phase in the crypto markets where Altcoins are performing noticeably better than the leading coins – majority against Bitcoin.

AMA (Ask me Anything)
Acronym for “Ask me Anything.” This means that the project’s dev and/or the team will give you an opportunity to ask any questions or address any concerns you may have. The time is also used to announce updates, provide clarifications, or simply build excitement.
AMAs are usually done via Telegram voice chat but are also done via Twitch, Discord, and Reddit threads.

AMM (Automated Market Maker)
A common DEX system that provides liquidity and uses a mathematical formula to determine the value of tokens. Examples of popular AMMs are PancakeSwap and UniSwap.

Very commonly used slang term in the shitcoin world. The standard definition is to blindly invest in a project without doing much research. But it’s also loosely used for generally investing into a project with full confidence.

APR (Annual Percentage Rate)

APY (Annual Percentage Yield)

The process of buying an asset on one market/exchange and selling it on another market/exchange due to a price inconsistency.

ATH (All Time High)
Acronym for “All Time High” in reference to the chart’s candles. Generally, it’s when the token / coin has reached its highest value whether by marketcap or price.
Example: “I bought at ATH but it’s been dipping since then.”

ATL (All Time Low)
The exact opposite of ATH (All Time High.) ATL denotes the point of a token’s lowest value.

An audit is when a project’s smart contract is analysed by a trusted expert. During this examination, the contract is tested for internal errors, bugs, potential scam features, and other security related issues that may financially harm it’s investors. Audited projects are generally safe.





Bear Market
A trading term used in both cryptocurrency and stock trading, refers to a period or phase when projects and coins are experiencing significant decline in value and the overall investor confidence is low. Bear market is the opposite of a Bull market.

Binance’s extended equivalent of Ethereum’s ERC-20 token standard. In the most non-technical terms, it is a set of rules and laws that define how people can use these set of tokens, how they transact with them, and other smart contract based uses. Any token in the Binance Smart Chain isBE P-20

BitCoin Pizza Day
On May 22nd 2010in Florida (of course it’s Florida) a local man by the name of Laszlo Hanyecz paid for 2 Papa John’s pizzas for 10,000 BTC (At the time of purchase BTC was about $41.)

In DeFi, this refers to when an individual’s wallet has been banned / denied from trading and other activities involving a token and its smart contract. This can sometimes be done if the contract owner (can also be automatic) sees suspicious transactions and/or suspicious amounts. For example, someone using a sniper bot that gets in the first block of transactions with $40,000 has potential to be blacklisted .

The native cryptocurrency of Binance. Holding BNB is a common requirement when investing in De-fi projects on Binance Smart Chain.

Botted Telegram
A term used to describe Telegram groups that are full of fake accounts (bots) or inactive accounts. A group owner may bot his/her group to create the perception that many people have joined. An easy way of determining if a Telegram group has been botted is to look at the ratio of total members vs how many are online.

A term commonly used in both stocks and cryptocurrency trading. Refers to when a token’s price has broken through the Resistance Area to start a new uptrend (or downtrend.)

Brute Force Attack (BFA)
A hacking term used to describe a method by which an attacker attempts to guess your seed phrase / recovery phrase. Since recovery phrases are a combination of words in sequence, the attacker will go through all possible phrase combinations until one succeeds.

BSC (Binance Smart Chain)
A blockchain that runs in parallel to Binance Coin (BNB). It’s created to run smart contract based applications.

Refers to – the primary tool for exploring the Binance blockchain and is available to the public. It allows you to explore wallet addresses, contract address, internal and external transactions, analytics, and holders.

Acronym for “Buy the Fucking Dip.” Commonly used by aggressive community members who are confident in the recovery of a chart that has dipped.

A blockchain-focused social network application that has a dominant Chinese userbase.

A chart can display certain trends or patterns that can be interpreted as bullish – meaning investors foresee an uptrend. This term can also be used to describe individuals who believe in the success of a project (whether short or long term.)

Bull Market
A term used in both stock trading and cryptocurrency trading, refers to a phase or period of time where the projects and coins are experiencing significant growth and overall investor confidence is up. Bull Market is the opposite of Bear Market.

When a project sends an amount of its token to a burn address (inaccessible by anyone) it decreases the circulating supply and increases the scarcity. This can increase the value of the remaining tokens. In De-Fi, burn events often build hype. The term originates from literally ‘burning’ real cash.

Burn Address

Binance-Pegged USD – A native Binance stablecoin with 1:1 value to the US Dollar.




Refers to the red & green bars commonly used in charts and charting tools.

Native to Combot (Telegram Bot) that stands for Combot Anti-Spam. A user can be CAS banned if their account has been frequently reported as spam.

Slang term used to describe male Telegram users who pretend to be females by having a female profile picture and username. In doing so, they believe that they can benefit in groups and communities by manipulating other male community members.

Change (%)
The price difference from the value of your tokens or Cryptocurrency assets now compared to 24 hours ago. In simpler terms, the price change from 24h ago.

Charity Wallet
Titles a separate wallet owned by a project’s developer / team that’s automatically allocated a portion of transaction taxes to be used for charitable causes.

Circulating Supply

CMS (Crypto MoonShots)
Refers to the popular subreddit, Crypto MoonShots in which users shill and discuss projects.

A commonly used Cryptocurrency exchange –

Coingecko (CG)
Refers to which is a very popular cryptocurrency data aggregator that tracks thousands of different crypto assets including qualifying De-Fi tokens.

CoinMarketcap (CMC) is one of the world’s largest price tracking tools that’s commonly used to track volume, prices, and marketcaps of many crypto and De-Fi assets.

Cold Storage
Cold Storage refers to a cryptocurrency wallet that is not connected to the internet. Also sometimes referred to as an Offline Walet or a Hardware Wallet.

Another common Telegram group management bot that features automation, anti-spam, analytics, filters & commands, and reputation systems.

This simply means that there is no owner or team behind the project. The project and its token was created and essentially ‘abandoned,’ leaving the community to determine the direction it should head. Community-driven De-Fi projects are very common in BSC.

Used to describe extremely higher-than-average smart chain network usage which can cause lengthy delays and failed transactions.

A Technical Analysis trading term used to describe a chart’s visually flat or sideways pattern, neither going up nor down. This is commonly due to trader indecisiveness or caution.

Contract / Contract Address (CA)

A trading term that’s used in cryptocurrency to refer to the price drop after a recent significant uptrend. This tends to happen as the bullishness of traders is getting depleted and investors are taking profits.

The native currency of the Cronos Network

The DeFi blockchain of


A Stablecoin that seeks to maintain a 1:1 value with the US Dollar.

dAPP (Decentralized Application)

DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization)

DCA (Dollar Cost Averaging)

De-Fi (Decentralized Finance)

Usually in reference to a chart that has sideways movement (neither a significant uptrend or downtrend.) It is sometimes used to refer to a token that has been dumped to the bottom and has very few holders remaining.

Dead Address

Dead Cat Bounce
This is mainly in reference to the chart. A dead cat bounce is when the chart attempts to make a recovery from consecutive big red candles, but fails and continues its downtrend. If you’re having difficulty understanding this term, imagine if you throw a dead cat, it may bounce…but not much.

Short for Degenerate. Often used to describe individuals (usually rookies) who invest in projects regardless of their quality or performance. Degens typically rarely DYOR.

Degen Play
A slang used by someone shilling a token or project that has an extremely low market cap and isn’t likely to succeed long-term. These should be analysed thoroughly with caution and expectation of losses.

To deploy a token is essentially to ‘publish; the smart contract onto the Etheruem Network so it can be traded by the public.

Short for Developer, in reference to the person who created the smart contract for the project. It is sometimes used to refer to the owner or founder. Devs can either be a core part of the team or simply hired to create the specific functions of the contract and no longer involved after the project has launched.

DEX (Decentralized Exchange)


Diamond Hands
Slang term used to refer to an investor who is holding the tokens regardless of the current performance due to their belief in the long-term success of the project. It is the opposite of Paperhands.

Slang term in reference to a noticeably large candle on the chart, whether red or green. You may also use dildos outside of cryptocurrency, depending on your preference.

A term used to describe the overall chart pattern during a consistent downtrend, creating a literal ‘dip’ with its candles. Not in reference to salsa dip.

A social media platform that can be used to build private and public communities to send messages, voice chats, video calls, and more.

Dog Coin
In reference to any token or project that has a dog in its name such as Doge, Shiba, Inu, Floki, Pup, etc. Most of these projects would likely lack a Use Case and commonly die after a few days (at best.) On some occasions, there will be legitimate long-term projects that carry a dog name in their title to capitalise on the popular memecoin trend.

DogeCoin / Doge
Named after the popular Doge meme, DogeCoin become the first memecoin to gain the attention of the general public. It is now regarded as one of the more prominent altcoins.

Refers to the act of selling all of your tokens at once (especially if it’s a significant amount.) It can also be used to describe a chart that has suffered large red candles.

If a contract has a reflection function and you choose to sell 100% of your holdings, there may still be some reflections being distributed while your transaction is pending. This may leave you with a small amount of tokens after your transaction is approved. Usually this balance will have little to no value.

Dust Attack
A process by which small amounts of tokens (dust) are sent to thousands of random wallet addresses. Though this is sometimes used as a marketing tactic, it is more often used as a phishing scam. Note: If you do come across tokens in your wallet that you have not bought and somehow worth a ton of money, do NOT sell them.

DX Sale
A decentralized platform commonly used for token pre-sales.

Acronym for “Do Your Own Research.” Implies that you should look deeper into resources aside from what was provided to you – most likely from a shiller.


Eat The Dip
Commonly used by advocates of a project who recommend buying the decreased value of the token. Should not be taken as financial advice.

Elon musk
Known as the founder of Tesla and SpaceX but more popular the world’s biggest Degen and unintentional creator of countless shitcoins.

EMA (Exponential Moving Average)

A commonly used term that refers to the price point or market cap that you ‘entered’ – executed your Buy transaction on a token.



he primary tool for exploring the Ethereum blockchain and is available to the public. It allows you to explore wallet addresses, contract address, internal and external transactions, analytics, and holders.

Acronym for Ethereum Virtual Machine.

This is the opposite of Entry which signifies the price point or market cap at which your sold or ‘exited.’

Exit Scam
A term (incorrectly) used to refer to general scams in De-Fi like Rug Pulls.



A type of crypto launch or listing that provides a fair opportunity for all investors to purchase on the launch. Read more about What is considered a fairlaunch.


Fiat currencies are assets issued by governments and banks such as USD or Euro. Cryptocurrencies are the opposite in a sense that they operate outside of that systm.

Flash Loan
A smart contract loan (primarily done on Ethereum) in which the capital is borrowed and returned within the same transaction.

Acronym for ‘Fear Of Missing Out.” FOMO is a common psychological effect in De-Fi that happens when a token is pumping and triggers an emotional response for you to buy in and ride the pump.



Fundamental Analysis (FA)

Stands for “Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt,” and commonly used to describe most publicly negative comments about a project. Though overused as some comments can be genuine concerns, FUD can greatly affect a project’s success more than you may realise. Cryptocurrencies are volatile assets, and De-Fi shitcoins are even more prone to negativity.



Genesis Block

Good Entry
A more subtle version of BTFD. This implies that the token price is likely to start another uptrend and you should enter while the price is low. Should not be taken as financial advice.

Green Wall
Used to describe a period in a token’s transactions where there are large amounts of consecutive buy transactions (commonly coloured green.)

1 GWEI = 0.000000001 Ether (1 billionth of an Ether) , a unit used to measure the costs of transactions on the Ethereum Network.

HardCap (HC)
Refers to the maximum total pre-sale limit. This means that once this limit or ‘cap’ has been reached, the pre-sale will be complete and no one will be able to send their investment.

An abbreviated slang term meaning “Hold On for Deal Life.” A Hodler is someone who holds his tokens without selling regardless of the current performance of a token.

Commonly used to refer to any investors who are holding a balance of a certain token. Technically, refers to any wallet that holds more than 0 of a certain token.

A smart contract that is written to deceive investors by denying them the ability to sell their tokens. A majority of these scam tokens can be spotted by simply looking at the chart and token transactions which show a continuous uptrend and green candles without any sells. If a holder attempts to sell, the transaction will fail.

A reference to a combination of Hope and Opium. Commonly used to describe unrealistic optimism (against odds.)

A popular centralized crypto exchange

Hot Wallet


ICO (Initial Coin Offering)

IDO (Initial DEX Offering)

ILO (Initial Liquidity Offering)
This is a type of presale (commonly known to be done on UniCrypt) that offers buyers the opportunity to contribute to the Liquidity Pool of the new token being offered.

Impermanent Loss


Refers to your Initial Investment or the initial amount you used to buy a token.

(In crypto) Any individual or entity with a large online following that can boost the public awareness of a project. Normally promoted via tweets, Instagram posts, or Youtube videos.

Internal Txns


Racial slander in reference to the Indian community. However, it is sometimes used in general reference to rookies, someone who doesn’t speak English, or negative people.

The exact opposite of FOMO and standings for ‘Joy Of Missing Out.’ It applies when you have decided to not invest in a project and it crashes shortly after.


Stands for KuCoin Community Chain, which is a decentralized public blockchain built by KuCoin’s own community and supporters.

This term was first used by EverRise when they launched their project and introduced the BSC space to the Buy-Back concept. With every transaction that occurs, a portion of the taxes gets allocated to this separate wallet, which is then automated to “Buy Back” the project’s tokens after any sell transaction. Essentially what this does is decreases the possibility of a dump. Since then, there have been many innovations to the Buy-Back feature, including manual buy-backs, buy-back-and-burn, and transaction-based buy-backs.

Stands for Key Opinion Leaders – normally referring to Influencers in the crypto world who can efficiently review and promote a project.

KYC (Know Your Customer)
Also sometimes called ‘Know Your Client.’ A process by which an exchange, launchpad, or DEX verifies the identity of the developer and team. This can be public or private. Though not always, DeFi projects that have gone through the KYC process tend to be more safe.



Commonly used to refer to IDOs (Initial DEX Offering) for when a project will “Launch” or release their token along with its contract address to the public so they can perform transactions.

A platform that hosts public or private funding campaigns for upcoming crypto projects. This is commonly compared to CrowdFunding platforms. Pre-sales are normally hosted on launchpads.

Acronym for “‘Let’s Fucking Go.’ Often used when an individual is hyped or excited.


Liquidity Pool (LP)


Locked Liquidity


Low Marketcap Play
Slang jargon that’s used to clarify by shillers emphasising that the marketcap of the token they are sharing is noticeably low and should be taken as a gamble.



Market Cap (MC or MCap)
Stands for Market Capitalization. Also written as Marketcap. Refers to a calculation of the total circulating supply of tokens multiplied by the token price. For example, if a token is $0.10 and the total circulating supply is 1,000,000, then the market cap equals $100,000. In DeFi and very commonly with shitcoins, most traders will calculate their profits based off of the market cap (Since in most scenarios the token price is too small to calculate off the head.) This number can be confusing to calculate on some chart tools since some projects have Burns and Pre-Sales


Initially meant any token or project that is purely based off of nothing but name and hype. These tokens usually have no use case and no plan but to hope for an eternal pump. These days, memecoins can also have basic utilities like staking, farming and even P2E games. Fun fact if you didn’t know: Doge was the original memecoin

A popular crypto wallet and gateway. An essential tool for anyone trading DeFi and shitcoins on their

A term used to describe tokens that have an unusually low market cap. This can be as little as $100. Note: Majority of MicroCaps are either scams or do not last more than an hour.

A sidechain protocol that is bootstrapped to other blockchains, currently 2 of them being Solana and Cardano.


Mint Function


An application that provides useful tools for Binance Smart Chain (BSC) traders, such as Whale Watch, New Token Events (new tokens being deployed), and rug checker.

Moon Bag
Refers to a certain amount of investment that you may decide to leave in a project after you have taken a majority of your profits. This is frequently done in case the token continues to perform well after your exit.


Slang acronym for ‘Not Gonna Lie.’ Used to emphasise honesty to a statement. This term is not exclusive to crypto and is commonly used around the world.

NFA (Not Financial Advice)
Stands for Not Financial Advice. Commonly used by individuals to clarify that whatever information they are sharing should not be taken as financial advice. Furthermore, you should not be taking financial advice from anyone on Telegram.




Acronym for Over The Counter, refers to any private sales or transfer of tokens.



Panic Sell
Mass sell off of tokens due to a significant decline in a token’s price or due to a reception of negative news / publicity

PancakeSwap (PCS)
A popular DeFi application often used as an AMM (Automated Market Maker) for trading tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC). It allows traders to buy and sell tokens, provide liquidity, staking and farming, and several other features.

Slang term used to describe traders who sell their tokens during any point of declined value in their tokens. It is the opposite of Diamond Hands. Paperhands also tend to be aligned with panic selling.

Refers to the growth of a chart in which it builds a steep upward trend, with each candle being much higher than the previous. Originally from the mathematical term, Parabola.

Passive Income
Commonly used across all investment conversations – passive income is an in-flow of cash without being actively involved. Often times in Crypto and shitcoins, passive income can be brought up when a token offers automatic recurring rewards for holding.



Play-to-Earn (P2E)
P2E is a category of WEB3 gaming where you can play a game to earn a project’s native token.

PnD (Pump & Dump)


Often used for its chart tool, it’s actually it’s own exchange with several other features. When trading BSC tokens you will most likely come across PooCoin’s chart links.

Also written as Presale, is when a project offers its tokens prior to its official public launch. Tokens are usually (not always) offered at a lower rate than launch, and is used to provide liquidity and funding initial marketing.

Price Floor
Both a stocks and crypto trading term. Refers to the lowest possible price of a token during a trend, or the lowest range it has been consistently at – according to the trend, it theoretically won’t go any lower.

Slang term used for when a token is performing extremely well, so well that it’s metaphorically printing money.

Private Sale

This word is commonly used to refer to any new token that has been launched, although it actually refers to token’s that have a use case and business structure. Shitcoins are generally not considered projects.


A slang term used when a token is experiencing a noticeable uptrend in price and volume.


Q1 / Q2 / Q3 / Q4
Often used in a project’s Roadmap. Q refers to a quarter of the year. So Q1 would be First Quarter with January, February, and March, with Q2, Q3, and Q4 with their respective months. This is to easily divide a project’s lifespan up into phases of development and progression.


A raid is organized when a project’s team rallies the community to mass promote their token in another Telegram group, Twitter, or Discord – hence the term ‘raid.’ This is often viewed as spamming and the success rates on this method of promotion is still debated.

Recovery Phrase


A common feature in tokenomics where a predetermined portion of transaction taxes gets allocated to all holders (according to their percentage of ownership of the supply) in the form of the native tokens which they are holding. This can effectively increase the amount of tokens you have simply by holding longer.


Renounced Ownership

Resistance Area
Resistance area or resistance level, refers to a phase in the chart’s performance where it does not exceed the highs / lows of its current pattern. Hence, it’s resisting to divert from the current movement.

Commonly used to describe a switch change in the direction of a chart. Reversal can happen either upwards or downwards.

Refers to chart performance which has been suffering through a consistent downtrend and has start it’s climb back up to the top – hence the name – to return from the dead.

Rewards Pool

Rewards Coin
In reference to any coin or project that features a rewards function. These can be automatically sent, sent on a time interval, sent on minimum accumulation, or manually claimed through BSCscan.

A layout or summary of each phase of a project’s goals. You can also find this even with shitcoins and memecoins. Each milestone is divided into quarters (such as Q1/Q2) – referring to quarters of the year. A roadmap will tell you what direction the project is headed.

ROI (Return on Investment)
Stands for ‘Return on Investment’ which refers to the ratio between profit and initial investment

RoseBot / MissRose
Commonly referred to as simply ‘Rose.’ A frequently used Telegram bot to moderate Telegram groups using automated welcome messages, captcha buttons, keyword filters, and commands. It is a free bot for everyone to use.

Rug or Rug Pull


A popular project on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) that launched in March 2021 that gained global attention for being a ‘shitcoin’ that increased to about 20,000% within a few weeks.



Satoshi is named after the person(s) who founded BitCoin. It is the smallest unit of a BTC – 100 millionth to be exact.

Seed Phrase
A random series of words (usually 12) that provides you access to your crypto wallet. Seed Phrases should always be kept private.

Essentially means to promote a project or coin with the intention of attracting more investors.

A general term used to refer to any token that has extremely low value with no purpose and will most likely lose its relevancy with a few weeks or even days.



Sketch / Sketchy
Very similar to ‘Sus.’ Used when a project or it’s developer(s) have suspicious characteristics that make investors feel hesitant about buying.

Refers to Slippage Tolerance – a setting that determines how much fluctuation of a token price you are willing to tolerate during a transaction. Read more about What is Slippage here.

Slow Rug

Sniper Bot

Soft Cap (SC)
Sometimes written as Softcap, refers to the lowest acceptable total amount of investments during a pre-sale. Simply, the minimum amount of investments needed in order to launch or deploy the token. Usually, if a pre-sale does not reach its Softcap, then it will not launch and all those who have contributed to the pre-sale will be refunded.

Soft Shill
To intentionally promote projects or coins during conversations in subtle ways such as pretending to ask people’s opinions about it.


SSD (Satoshi Street Bets)

Any cryptocurrency that is pegged or backed by a more stable asset such as Gold or the US dollar. BUSD and DAI are examples of Stablecoins.


Static Rewards

Stealth Launch


A frequently used website tool to host whitelist competitions. It allows a user to earn points which are accumulated by completing certain tasks like following a page, retweeting, and referring their friends. SweepWidget then ranks all the participants according to their point accumulation and rewards the top users with a whitelist opportunity.

Slang short for Suspicious. Commonly used when a Developer or the entire project has characteristics that seem off and creates some doubt about its legitimacy.


Swing Trade

The main identifier of a token, commonly with a dollar sign ($). For example, Ethereum is $ETH, Binamon is $BMON, and BabyDoge is…. $BABYDOGE.


TA (Technical Analysis)

Take Initial
The act of selling your initial investment (while in profits, during an uptrend) and leaving the remainder in case the token continues to perform well. Taking initial out guarantees that you will not lose. At the very least, you will break even.

Take Profits (TP)
Considered to be the inversion of Taking Initial. The act of selling / taking out your profits (instead of your initial) and leaving your initial investment in case the token performs well. Taking profits does not guarantee any avoidance of losses but will lower your risks.

Targeted FUD


Telegram (TG)


Commonly known as its symbol – USDT, which was created to always be worth to $1.00 USD.

Tether Up
Slang term which means to swap your current holdings to USDT (or alternatives) to avoid any losses during a foreseen downtrend in the crypto markets.


Time Rug


Short for Token Economics. Refers to the features and characteristics of a token’s smart contract. Commonly tokenomics include the tax breakdown as well as any additional features that may help the token stand out or attract investors.

Token Tx

To The Moon


Transaction Fee


Tron (TRX)

Trust Wallet

TVL (Total Value Locked)

Tx Address







Use Case

Stands for Coordinated Universal Time. Commonly used time zone for announcing specific times for launches, pre-sales, or AMAs.


V1 / V2
Commonly used to refer to Pancakeswap’s first and second versions. V1 is it’s older, original contract and platform. While V2 refers to their newer, updated contract and platform. This was once a common question by new traders, asking whether a projects LP is on V1 or V1. However, a large majority of new tokens now launch on V2.


When an external individual, entity, or party carefully examines a project to determine it’s legitimacy and security. Not to be confused with Audits.

Voice Chat (VC)
A feature on Telegram that allows group admins to host live conversations. It is commonly used to host AMAs and announcements.


The amount of money (usually measured in USD) traded within a certain period of time. For example, if a token has $500,000 24h volume, it means that the total amount of both buy and sell transactions have hit $500,000 within a 24-hour period. Most chart tools also offer the ability to view 5-minute, 1-hour, and even 6-hour volume. Volume is an important metric to understand when developing your shitcoin trading skills.


Wallet Address

Wallet Tx


Weak Hands
Slang term used interchangeably with Paperhands. Refers to holders who sell due to a downtrend.

Wen Lambo
Slang phrase commonly used sarcastically – asking when they will their profits be enough to purchase a Lamborghini.

A trader, investor, or token holder who has or can have a significant impact on the price and chart – referring to the physical size of an actual Whale. In the memecoin and shitcoin world, the term Whale can be very subjective since tokens of all liquidity ranges exist. In simpler, dumber terms, it is someone who has much more capital (money) than majority of the current holders.


Whitelist Contest / Competition




Yield Farming