Kaspa is currently the fastest proof-of-work, mineable coin in existence while still remaining decentralized. The blockDAG architecture with rapid block rates allows more mining decentralization and enables effective solo-mining at lower hashrates. Fair-launched in November of 2021 with no pre-mine, zero pre-sales, and no coin allocations, Kaspa is 100% decentralized, open-source, and community managed. Total supply of Kaspa is 28.7 Billion coins with an emission schedule that halves once per year via smooth monthly reductions by a factor of (1/2)^(1/12).
Kaspa mining is based on kHeavyHash, a modified form of the the “optical-miner” ready HeavyHash algorithm. kHeavyhash utilizes matrix multiplication that is framed into 2 keccacs. kHeavyHash is energy efficient, core dominant and can be successfully mined by GPU, FPGAs and future specialized mining equipment.
Kaspa Proof of Work mining is based on KHeavyHash algorithm which is a slightly modified version of HeavyHash. KHeavyHash is core dominant but energy efficient. It can be successfully mined using GPUs (for dual mining, memory should be no less than 6 GB).
It is resistant towards ASICs and other special purpose mining devices.
CPU mining is possible, but is no longer profitable.
You can solo or dual mine KASPA with ERGO/ETC.
You can mine solo to your own node or to a public node.
- Kaspa official website - https://kaspa.org/
- Kaspa on GitHub - https://github.com/kaspanet
- Kaspa blockchain explorer - https://explorer.kaspa.org/
- Another blockchain explorer - https://kas.fyi/https://kas.fyi/
- GPU hashrate list - http://www.gpuoc.com/Kaspa/Index