How does the Blockchain Work? (Part 1)
Collin Thompson

“For example — if someone wanted to hack into a particular block in a blockchain, a hacker would not only need to hack into that specific block, but all of the proceeding blocks going back the entire history of that blockchain.”

Should all proceeding blocks be all following blocks? Essentially the hacker has to create a separate chain, which is solved by always trusting the longest chain.

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