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Parent hash: This is the Keccak 256-bit hash of the parent (previous) block's header. • Ommers hash: This is the Keccak 256-bit hash of the list of ommers (or uncles) blocks included in the block. • The beneficiary: The beneficiary field contains the 160-bit address of the recipient that will receive the mining reward once the block is successfully mined. • ...


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There is a better way to ensure specific transaction order inside the block - use flashbots. It allows you to send a bundle of transactions guaranteeing that they will be mined in a block in this exact order next to each other. Futhermore, if one of the bundled transactions reverts the entire bundle will not be included in a block so you don't have to pay ...


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I'm going to add to the accepted answer, because I dislike parsing the input to some arbitrary length. What I found was that the actual hex value is also contained in the web3.eth.getTransactionReceipt(tx_hash) response. If you inspect the response, there is a logs[] property, which for me always contains 1 object. This object has data property, which is ...


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