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How do validators decide what block to add to the ETH blockchain?

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From my understanding, each block is essentially a message. I send 1 ETH to mark by telling the whole network “Hey, I’m sending 1 ETH to Mark.” And my message gets thrown into a block, which is essentially a group of messages. Blocks are segregated by time, so (for example) a message received at 1:00:30 might get grouped in with messages received at 1:00:14 and 1:00:31. But there could be multiple blocks (due to delays in information delivery, presumably) So a group of computers chosen according to how much they staked votes on which block to add to the chain.

How does each validator decide which of the blocks should become a part of the Ethereum blockchain?

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