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  • 1. JARGONPRESENTED BY : GARIMA YADU
  • 2. RoadblockNOUN : Any condition that makes it difficult to make progress or to achieve an objective; "intolerance is a barrier to understanding“Synonyms : barricade , barrierSentence : If a team does not complete a roadblock, they will get a 4-hour penalty.
  • 3. Tranche• “Tranche” is the French word for “slice.”• In the world of investing, it is used to describe a security that can be split up into smaller pieces and subsequently sold to investors. Type of : part, portion
  • 4. Cramdown• When investors get heavily diluted by a subsequent round of investment especially when the investment is a down round. Also known as a washout.
  • 5. Market MixThis is the description of the four Ps ofmarketing - i.e. Price, Place (Distribution),Product, and Promotion as it applies to aparticular commercialization plan.
  • 6. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)An NDA is a confidentiality agreement. Itallows an inventor to show his ideas toanother party with some assurance that theother party will not steal the idea (at least intheory).
  • 7. Xenocurrency:Xeno means foreign or strange. AXenocurrency is one that tradesoutside its domestic boundaries.
  • 8. Step up to the plateTo accept responsibility forsomething, to dare.
  • 9. RobustThis is one of those computer jargonwords. It means solid, proven, free oferrors (if theres such a thing)
  • 10. THANK YOU