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One simple way is to call the daemon RPC's method getblock. From this you can get the result.blob (the data to be hashed) and from the result.block_header.hash, the expected hash result.
answered Jun 4 '18 by jtgrassie
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Firstly, blocks don't get "added to the pool". A wallet instructs a daemon to broadcast a transaction which gets added to the transaction pool. A miner constructs a block template by bunching transact …
answered Apr 2 by jtgrassie
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Monero targets a new block every 2 minutes, so if we set H as the current block height, N as the current timestamp, T as the past timestamp of the datetime you want to know the block height of, then: …
answered Jul 25 by jtgrassie
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Understanding the structure of Monero's LMDB and how explore its contents using mdb_stat Firstly, mdb_stat is a tool to get status information about the database environment, not to explore its c …
answered Feb 24 by jtgrassie