(pt. 2) ECIP-1049: Why Ethereum Classic should Adopt Keccak256 for its Proof of Work Algorithm.

Valatie Falls, upstate New York. Most power from the dam pictured is used to mine Bitcoin.
From a 2011 paper comparing FPGA implementations of hashing algorithms. Notice SHA-2 and Keccak




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