The block structure of the Oreto chain is based on a classic blockchain architecture, consisting of a series of blocks that are connected to each other in a chain. Each block contains a set of transactions, which are verified by the network nodes and then added to the blockchain.
In addition to the transactions, each block also contains a header that includes metadata about the block, such as the timestamp, the hash of the previous block, and a unique identifier. The hash of the previous block ensures that the blocks are linked together in a secure and tamper-proof way, while the timestamp allows for the creation of a chronological record of transactions.
The Oreto chain also supports a variety of block sizes, which can be adjusted based on network demand and other factors. This allows the chain to remain flexible and adaptable to changing conditions, while still maintaining a high degree of security and stability.