A "trustless system" is one in which there is no need to trust any third-party with personal information or assets. Cryptocurrencies are often cited as examples of trustless systems, since there is no need to trust a central authority with one's money.
The Aleph Zero protocol is a decentralized, peer-to-peer communications protocol that offers privacy and security features. Aleph Zero is designed to be resistant to censorship and surveillance, and offers users the ability to communicate anonymously.
Tokenomics is the study of tokens, which are a unit of value that represents a digital asset or utility. Tokenomics is concerned with the design and analysis of token-based economies, as well as the incentives that drive participants in these economies.
Solana is a public blockchain protocol that is fast, scalable, and secure. Its unique architecture enables horizontal scalability, meaning that it can process millions of transactions per second without sacrificing decentralization or security.