Public input

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Public input, in Web3 and cryptographic protocols, refer to data or information that is openly accessible and known to all participants within a network. These inputs are typically part of a public ledger or blockchain and are transparent and verifiable by anyone. Public inputs play a fundamental role in blockchain networks by ensuring transparency, accountability, and consensus, as they are openly available for validation and verification by all network participants. They contribute to trust and integrity within decentralized systems.