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Life Cycle Of An Ethereum Transaction

Life Cycle Of An Ethereum Transaction

Learn How an Ethereum Transaction is Created and Propagated to theNetwork Transactions are at the heart of the Ethereum blockchain (or any blockchain for that matter). When you interact with the Ethereum blockchain, you are executing transactions and updating its state. Have you ever wondered what exactly happens when you execute a transaction in Ethereum? Lets try to understand it by looking at an example transaction. In this post, we will cover the following. An end to end traversal of an Ethereum transaction starting from your browser/console to the Ethereum network and back to your browser/console Understand how transactions work when you use a plugin such as Metamask or Myetherwallet instead of running your own node What to do if you are too paranoid and dont trust any plugins to execute your transaction? This post assumes that you have a basic understanding of Ethereum and its components such as accounts, gas and contracts. Here is a good explanation of these concepts. If you are a developer new to Ethereum, you might find this helpful. You can also learn to build a simple dapp here . This post will make more sense if you have executed few transactions yourself. An example of a transaction is you sending some ether to another person or a contract. Another example is if you have interacted with a dapp. For example, if you go here and buy some tokens, that would be a transaction. If you vote for a candidate, that would be another transaction. 1. End to end overview of an Ethereum transaction Lets take the following contract call as an example and traverse through the entire flow of how this function call/transaction gets executed and gets permanently stored on the blockchain. You can find the entire contract here . At a high level, its a voting contract where you i Continue reading >>

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