Mina is a succinct blockchain, and as a result, consensus nodes only store the recent history of the chain before discarding it (the last k blocks, currently 290).

While prior transaction history is not required to prove the current state is valid (this is handled via a recursive zero-knowledge proof)…

Gareth Davies

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