Programmability is the ability for something, typically a computing system, to comprehend, accept, and execute instructions. A computer or a smartphone are two examples of this. Typically, these instructions are merely a few lines of code entered into a computer or a piece of software running on the computer in question. Consider computer keyboards and mice as an example. Both of them have the capacity to be programmed to carry out particular functions, such as turning off a computer’s sound with the push of a button.
When it comes to cryptocurrencies, programmability was initially investigated to determine how to make a digital currency that is capable of following instructions.