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|Category:||eIquidus Block Explorer|
|Sub Category:||Bug Fix|
|Completed By:||Joe [Team Exor]|
When two or more blocks are mined simultaneously, a temporary fork is created where both blocks are momentarily valid. The fork is usually resolved when the next block is found, although the forked chains can span multiple blocks if they continue mining the next block at the exact same time (rare, but possible). When the temporary fork is resolved, all blocks and transactions from the forked chain(s) are marked as invalid/orphaned and the coin balances are updated accordingly. The problem here is that the explorer is not yet equipped to mark the orphaned blocks/transactions as invalid. Therefore, all mined, sent and received coins that originate from orphaned blocks are still attributed to the wallet address balances in the explorer.
To properly handle orphaned blocks, some core changes will need to be made: