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First, a quick overview of what happens when you submit a transaction to the network: Each node that hears about your transaction will check to see if it is valid according to their view of the network. If it is valid, the node may broadcast the transaction to its peers, and may add the transaction to its local mempool. If it is invalid, the transaction ...


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If a node X receives first the blockchain from A, and it approves it, when it receives the blockchain from B, it simply reject it ? It will keep the block locally as an alternate chain, but not immediately discard it. If a node X receives first then blockchain from A, and then the B's blockchain in which also a node C has put another correct block (so is ...


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What is this "time lag" ? When a miner finds a block, they will broadcast it to the network. As with all real-world networks, there is a latency (“lag time”) for this information to be received by the other nodes in the network. Specifically, there will be some amount of latency between the miner that found the block, and other miners on the network. Even ...


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