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Updated for October 2021: blockchain.info (now blockchain.com) doesn't give raw data back just from appending ?format=hex to its usual explorer anymore. Rather, you have to use their API, which they document here: https://www.blockchain.com/api/blockchain_api I couldn't get this to work in my browser, but at the terminal this worked for me: % wget -O ...


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Displayed precision ≠ Stored precision Note that the block timestamp is stored as a 4-byte number of seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00 UTC (the Unix epoch). However Blockchain.com show this in a more human readable form rounded or truncated to the nearest minute (2011-05-21 18:26). So if you convert that human readable time back to an integer, you will get a ...


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