Mutually validating

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Every state has an appointed notary cluster, and a notary cluster will only notarise a transaction if it is the appointed notary cluster of all the transaction’s input states.

Until the notary cluster’s signature is obtained, parties cannot be sure that an equally valid, but conflicting, transaction will not be regarded as the “valid” attempt to spend a given input state.

However, after the notary cluster’s signature is obtained, we can be sure that the proposed transaction’s input states have not already been consumed by a prior transaction.

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