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What do we call the queue where transactions submitted to the network wait before entering a block?

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In this guide, you’ll learn the answer to “What do we call the queue where transactions submitted to the network wait before entering a block?” in OverWallet.

What do we call the queue where transactions submitted to the network wait before entering a block?

Question: What do we call the queue where transactions submitted to the network wait before entering a block?

Answer: Mempool.

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