From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Look up nonce in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Nonce may refer to: Cryptographic nonce , a number or bit string used only once, in security engineering Nonce word , a word used to meet a need that is not expected to recur The Nonce , American rap duo Nonce orders , an architectural term Nonce, a British prison slang term for inmates convicted of sex offences, especially ones involving children See also [ edit ] Nuncio , the apostolic and diplomatic representation of the Holy See Hapax legomenon , in corpus linguistics Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term.
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The nonce is the number that blockchain miners are solving for. When the solution is found, the blockchain miners are offered cryptocurrency in exchange. The blockchain is the cornerstone of cryptocurrency. This is done by processing the block input through a function, which produces an output of a fixed length. The function used to generate the hash is deterministic, meaning that it will produce the same result each time the same input is used. It also means that the function can generate a hashed input efficiently, it makes determining the input difficult leading to mining , and makes small changes to the input result in a very different hash. This complex system creates the privacy net of blockchain. Adding transactions to the blockchain requires substantial computer processing power.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. Adjective Nonce first appeared in Middle English as a noun spelled "nanes. The editor of that dictionary, James Murray, created the term "nonce-word" as a label for "words apparently employed for the nonce.