I'm reading this paper  that explain what happens when a user B wants to send money to the user A. The example says:
When the miner finds a hash value with the correct number of zeros (i.e., the discovered value is lower than target value), the discovery is announced in the network, and both the Bob and the Alice will also receive a confirmation about the successful transaction.
The Bitcoin protocol rewards the winning miner with the set of newly minted bitcoins as incentive, and the hashed block is published in the public ledger. Once Bob's transaction has been added in the blockchain, he and Alice each receive the first confirmation stating that the Bitcoin has been signed over to Alice.
Now I want understand some points:
- It's true that B receives the transaction confirmation?
- It's always true?
- Apart Bitcoin, if we talk about Blockchain, every user that sends a transaction towards another user, will receive the confirmation?