Building a blockchain

Step 1: Create the folder structure and main.js

Step 2: Create a block

Step 3: Calculate the Hash value of the block

installing crypto npm package to import SHA256 library

Step 4: Create a Blockchain class

Step 5: Create a Blockchain

Stress test

koreCoin returns a JSON string on the Terminal

Tampering with the chain

terminal log

Tampering with the chain smartly

Congratulations! You have now implemented an almost immutable Blockchain on your machine.

Link to complete code

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