How can I build a hexadecimal block if I have all the needed information?

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I am not able to figure out how to build a hexadecimal block, if I have all the needed information (Hash, Merkel Root, etc.).

Please use this JSON formatted block as reference: Block #506398

I understand the first 64 bytes are the block header, however what about the rest of the bytes?

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Jul 20, 2018 in Blockchain by Johnathon
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Here you have some articles about bitcoin block structure:

Please keep in mind that JSON is not compatible with bitcoin protocol. It is a easy to read representation of original block.

answered Jul 20, 2018 by Christine
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