A network refers to all nodes in the operation of a blockchain at any given moment in time.
A no-coiner is someone who has no cryptocurrency in his or her investment portfolio and firmly believes that cryptocurrency in general will fail.
A copy of the ledger operated by a participant of the blockchain network.
Usually referring to the storage of keys, in relation to wallets or exchanges, a non-custodial setup is one in which private keys are held by the user directly.
When a transaction is hashed by a miner, an arbitrary number meant to be used only once is generated, called a nonce.