Quick example of a block in the blockchain

Further to our earlier post, which describes the data structure of a block in the blockchain, here is a quick example of what does the block look like

 

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Relating it back to the post, it contains the

  1. Size, Version, Bits and Height in the chain as to where it belongs
  2. Number of transactions
  3. Merkle root
  4. Timestamp
  5. Link to the previous block
  6. Mining Difficulty
  7. Nonce
  8. And a list of all the transactions in the block.

Again, each transaction has the following format

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Again as per the details in the earlier post, amongst the technical information, it contains the size, mine time and the block that it is a part of , along with the details of the coinbase in input and output.

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Vikas is the CEO and Co-Founder of Knoldus Inc. Knoldus does niche Reactive and Big Data product development on Scala, Spark, and Functional Java. Knoldus has a strong focus on software craftsmanship which ensures high-quality software development. It partners with the best in the industry like Lightbend (Scala Ecosystem), Databricks (Spark Ecosystem), Confluent (Kafka) and Datastax (Cassandra). Vikas has been working in the cutting edge tech industry for 20+ years. He was an ardent fan of Java with multiple high load enterprise systems to boast of till he met Scala. His current passions include utilizing the power of Scala, Akka and Play to make Reactive and Big Data systems for niche startups and enterprises who would like to change the way software is developed. To know more, send a mail to hello@knoldus.com or visit www.knoldus.com

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