In Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, a transaction is confirmed (valid) when it’s included in a block. Each new block adds a new confirmation and increases the cost of reversal. Different merchants might require a different number of confirmations. In Bitcoin, three confirmations are usually required.


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