The complete block including all block contents and done proof-of-work and action evaluation.
A block content without any proofs like nonce or hash. This represents contents of a block that is not yet mined.
Convenient extension methods for IBlockContent<T>.
The extension methods for IBlockExcerpt.
Block header containing information about Block<T>s except transactions.
Marshaling and unmarshaling block data.
A block metadata without transactions or any proofs like nonce or hash. This represents metadata of a block that is not yet mined nor proven.
To represent a block content including its metadata and transactions, use BlockContent<T>, which is its subclass.
Convenient extension methods for IBlockMetadata.
Serves as the base class for exceptions related Block<T>s' integrity and validity.
An exception thrown when a block's public key is invalid.
An exception thrown when a block's signature is invalid.
The exception that is thrown when the state root hash in the block has mismatches to the state root hash of the trie on the block executed in local.
The exception that is thrown when the genesis block the IStore contains mismatches to the genesis block the BlockChain<T> constructor (i.e., network) expects or the first block of Libplanet.Blockchain.BlockLocator which the IStore doesn't contain, because the block which IStore doesn't means the genesis block in other network.
A block candidate without evaluating actions (in its transactions and a possible BlockAction) and state root hash.
A value type to represent SHA-256 digest of Block<T> data.
An implementation of IBlockExcerpt with a timestamp attached.
Used for keeping track of when the local node has percieved IBlockExcerpts.
A common interface for blocks that do not have any proofs, but have their metadata and containing Transactions.
The very essential metadata extracted from a block. This purposes to determine the canonical chain.
A common interface for blocks that do not have any proofs nor transactions (but only TxHash).
A common interface for blocks that have their proof-of-work Nonces, but are not evaluated yet (i.e., state root hash is not yet determined).
The delegate to determine a hash algorithm to use for a