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Where are smart contracts actually stored?

I have been trying for a while to understand where the actual smart-contract is stored. While searching online, most of the answers you will find is that the contract is stored on the blockchain. On the other side, all the technical information I found with diagrams shows complete opposite – it usually shows that only::Listen

I have been trying for a while to understand where the actual smart-contract is stored. While searching online, most of the answers you will find is that the contract is stored on the blockchain. On the other side, all the technical information I found with diagrams shows complete opposite – it usually shows that only the root of the Account Trie is stored in the World State Trie and then its root is stored on the blockchain. That means that only (so to say) the pointer to the smart contract is stored on the blockchain, not the actual contract itself. Is that correct?

That also leads me to question, how are the tries actually stored? Just independently as some files on every node? Thanks!

Bear market no issue for Binance Labs’ DeFi incubation program

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