The short answer is that blockchain is stored on a distributed ledger, which is a digital record of all transactions that have taken place on the network. This ledger is distributed across the network, and each node (computer that participates in the network) has a copy of the ledger.
However, the details of how blockchain is stored are a bit more complicated than that. In order to understand how blockchain is stored, we need to first understand how the ledger works.
The ledger is a database that stores all of the information about the transactions that have taken place on the network. This information includes the sender and receiver of each transaction, as well as the amount of cryptocurrency that was sent.
Each time a new transaction is made, it is added to the ledger as a new “block.” Blocks are chained together, and each block contains a link to the previous block. This forms the “blockchain.”
The blockchain is stored on each node in the network. Nodes can be individual computers, or they can be part of a larger network, such as a cryptocurrency exchange.
When a new transaction is made, it is broadcast to all of the nodes in the network. Each node then verifies the transaction and adds it to their own copy of the ledger.
Once the transaction has been added to the ledger, it cannot be changed or reversed. This is what makes blockchain so secure.
So, to answer the question, blockchain is stored on a distributed ledger that is stored on each node in the network.
Other related questions:
Q: How can I retrieve my parity wallet?
A: If you have lost your parity wallet, you can try to retrieve it using the following methods:
1) Try to find your wallet file on your computer. The file is usually located in the following directory:
macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/io.parity.ethereum/keys
2) If you cannot find your wallet file, you can try to use the parity recovery tool. The recovery tool can be found here:
3) If you still cannot find your wallet, you can try to use a recovery service. There are a few recovery services available, but we cannot endorse any particular service.
Q: What is parity wallet?
A: Parity wallet is a cryptocurrency wallet that is available for download on the Parity website. The wallet is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
Q: What is parity blockchain?
A: Parity is a blockchain technology that allows for the creation of smart contracts and decentralized applications.
Q: What is parity Multisig wallet?
A: Parity Multisig wallet is a wallet that requires more than one signature to authorize a transaction. This type of wallet can be useful for businesses or organizations that need to have multiple people approve a transaction before it is processed.
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