Each formed but uncompleted transaction has only a hash1. Following the successful completion of the transaction, hash 2 is formed, which is the transaction's final hash.
Multiple operations can be contained within a single transaction. The number of operations is determined by the type of transaction.
Operations of the same type are accumulated over a set time and added to the transaction.
The transaction can include text, media, or documents, among other things.
In the video, we can see nine p2p operations with the importance parameter set to normal.
Blocks that meet the requirements are chosen for the transaction and displayed in the left column using a special random «set of sets» sampling algorithm. The hash of a successfully validated block by its creator is also displayed here.
And in the right, the fact that the block has been validated, in turn, necessitates verification by other network members.
Blocks that have not been validated by a certain time are marked as invalid.
The transaction status can be seen in real time.
Watch the full video here.
Fenomy block tracker here.