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a container of transactions, a sequence of which forms a blockchain
["block", "blocks"]
The Basics 基础知识
A block is a container of @transactions, with a new block being added to the @blockchain once every 2 minutes (see constant `DIFFICULTY_TARGET_V2` defined as 120 seconds), on average. 区块是@交易的容器,平均每2分钟就有一个新的区块被添加到@区块链当中(请参见定义为120秒的常量 `DIFFICULTY_TARGET_V2` )。
Blocks also contain a special type of transaction, the @coinbase-transaction, which add newly created Monero to the network. 区块还包含一种特殊类型的交易@coinbase交易,它会将新创建的门罗币添加到网络中。
Blocks are created through the process of @mining, and the @node that successfully mines the block then broadcasts it to each of the @nodes connected to it, who subsequently re-broadcast the block until the entire Monero network has received it. 区块是通过@挖矿过程创建的,成功挖到区块的@节点,将它广播给连接到它的每个@节点们,每个@节点随后重新广播给连接它们的节点,直到整个门罗币网络接收到它。
Fake or bad blocks generally cannot be created, as @nodes that receive blocks always verify the @transactions they contain against a set of consensus rules that all nodes adhere to, including validating the cryptographic @signatures on each transaction. 假区块或坏区块通常不能被创建,因为接收区块的@节点们总是根据一组所有节点都遵守的一致规则来验证它们包含的@交易,包括验证每个交易上的加密@签名。