# Accredited Investor
Accredited Investors are defined in Rule 501 of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Regulation D.
DAO is shorthand for a decentralized autonomous organization. More information about decentralized organizations can be found here (opens new window).
A DApp is an online portal or other interactive software that enables direct interaction between end users and providers (e.g., connecting buyers and sellers in some marketplace, owners and stores in file storage). Learn more here (opens new window).
# Digital Asset
A digital asset is any set of unique digital information—including, for example, programs, decentralized programs, isolated chunks of programming code, collections of data, e-mail or web addresses, or cryptocurrency tokens—that is capable of being stored and uniquely tracked on a computer network such as the Ethereum network, and over which a user can maintain control through that network.
Ether is the digital asset that is native to the Ethereum blockchain.
Ethereum is a global, open-source platform for decentralized organizations.
# Non-fungible Token (NFT)
An NFT is a type of cryptographic token that represents a unique asset. NFTs are tokenized versions of digital or real-world assets. They function as verifiable proofs of authenticity and ownership within a blockchain network. NFTs are not interchangeable with each other and introduce scarcity to the digital world.
# Operating Agreement
The rights and obligations of members of Flamingo are defined in a legal document formally referred to as a Limited Liability Company Agreement or an Operating Agreement.
# Rage Quitting
"Rage quitting" is a function built into Flamingo's smart contracts that allows a member to take its unallocated capital contribution and leave Flamingo.
# Smart Contract
A smart contract is a computer program written to a blockchain which defines the various network operations that can be performed on the digital assets on a blockchain.
# Subscription Agreement
When members join Flamingo they will subscribe to membership interests in Flamingo represented as Flamingo Units.
A wallet is software that is used to store, receive, and transfer cryptocurrencies and digital assets between parties.