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It's called the Ethereum Gossip protocol. That googling gave me for example this , which seems to have the information you're looking for. The paper will probably correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the "privacy" comes from the fact that nodes only hear of transactions and nothing about where it originates from - pretty much what you already ...


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No, because the public addresses are from hashing the private key (seed phrase).


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I forgot to change the port of the endpoint to 22002 (node C) instead of 22000 (node A). This way via geth attach in node C returns 0 instead of 55. Attaching A or B returns 55. Calling via web3.js returns an error: Returned values aren't valid, did it run Out of Gas? You might also see this error if you are not using the correct ABI for the contract you are ...


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Infura does not request or obtain private keys. Infura cannot sign transactions. Signing requests are made by the dApp you are using. The dApp is more important for security, because it is what asks you what you want to do with your assets: Infura is just a node that passes your signed transaction to other nodes and miners. dApps also use Infura to show you ...


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