Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a type of technology that uses radio waves to passively identify a tagged item or individual.
Rage-quit is the process where a member of a DAO exits part or all of their stake, leaves with a proportional share of the assets in the DAO’s treasury, and quits their participation.
An off-chain scaling solution aiming to enable near-instant, low-fee and scalable payments on the Ethereum blockchain, similar to Bitcoin's proposed Lightning Network.
The relative position of a cryptocurrency by market capitalization.
Ransomware is a type of malware used by hackers to steal or encrypt their victims’ files to extort them for a ransom in exchange for file decryption or restoration.
Rebalancing is the process of realigning the weightage of a portfolio of assets, that involves buying or selling assets periodically to maintain a targeted level of asset allocation and risk.
A token designed so that the circulating supply adjusts automatically according to price fluctuations.
Record labels are companies, large or small, that manufacture, distribute, and promote the recordings of affiliated musicians. Essentially, record labels work to sell the brand of the artist and the products they create. There are various different departments within a record label that work together to best sell and market their products and artists.
Recording costs are the costs incurred by an artist during a recording session.
The concept of recoupment allows the record label to apply artist royalties against the advance until the royalties equal or “recoup” the advance. Recoupment can also occur in publishing agreements in which a songwriter receives a recoupable advance.