Leaves of the trees are signed by the validators (votes) and Indorse (claim itself) — bundled together they are used to create a Merkle tree, and its root hash is saved in an Ethereum smart contract.
Every ‘claim details’ view contains a tree explorer, which can be used to visualize all the trees the claim is contained in.
Since Merkle trees are issued by Indorse periodically, each containing claims and votes from an interval, one claim, and its votes can be spread across one or more trees.
Likewise, one Merkle tree can have more than one claim.
Every leaf of the tree from the right-hand side can be verified by computing the hash path up to the root, which is saved on the Ethereum public network smart contract, which can be found here:
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