A Stable Coin is one that has such a low volatility that it can be used to trade against the whole cryptocurrency market, without owners worrying about wildly fluctuating values.
When a Bitcoin clock is successfully hashed, the act of hashing it becomes ‘stale’, which means that no other miner may attempt to hash it.
A stale block is one that has already had its data processed by a miner. Other miners will skip over stale blocks, as there is no profit in processing them.
Some transactions are considered standard, meaning they are relayed and mined by most nodes. More complex transactions could be buggy or cause DoS attacks on the network, so they are…