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Are you new to the cryptocurrency world and feeling a bit lost? Don't worry, you are not alone. The cryptocurrency space can be daunting for newcomers, with its many terms, abbreviations and definitions that can be difficult to understand.

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ATAIX crypto glossary will help make sense of some of the most common cryptocurrency terms and definitions. Armed with this information, you'll be ready to start participating in this exciting and innovative new economy!


What is Ethereum Improvement Proposal (EIP)?

An Ethereum Improvement Proposal, or EIP, is a formal suggestion for improving the Ethereum protocol. These proposals can range from technical improvements to the network itself to new features or standards for smart contracts and applications built on Ethereum.

EIPs are submitted by anyone in the Ethereum community - developers, users, businesses, etc. - and then go through a process of discussion and vetting before being accepted or rejected. Some EIPs may also be "informational" rather than directly proposing changes, in which case they simply provide information about a proposed change or area of improvement.

If an EIP is accepted, it becomes part of the official Ethereum development roadmap and is typically implemented in a future software release. EIPs that are rejected may still be influential in shaping Ethereum's direction but are not directly adopted into the codebase.

The Ethereum Improvement Proposal process is a key part of Ethereum's decentralized governance model. It helps to ensure that changes to the protocol are made in a transparent and community-driven way.

Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs) describe standards for the Ethereum platform, including core protocol specifications, client APIs, and contract standards.

EIPs are authored by anyone interested in improving Ethereum, including developers, users, businesses, miners, etc. All stakeholders can participate in the discussion and evolution of EIPs through the official GitHub repository and related forums.