WHAT IS THE KHEAVYHASH ALGORITHM? from Asic Marketplace's blog

The KHeavyHash algorithm is emerging as a popular algorithm with time. The coin associated with it is Kaspa(KAS), which is the fastest proof-of-work coin that exists.

This blog is a comprehensive guide to the custom-built kHeavyhash algorithm that aims to provide you with a detailed view of its working, overview, and minable coin (Kaspa).

KHeavyhash algorithm Explained

A specially created algorithm called KHeavyhash was developed for Kaspa (KAS) mining. In the KHeavyhash process, matrix multiplication is performed between two standard Keccak hashes or SHA-3. One popular mining algorithm that uses little memory is KHeavyhash. It permits Kaspa and other cryptocurrencies that utilize memory-intensive mining algorithms to be mined twice.
The design of KHeavyhash mining ensures that it does not require significant GPU memory usage, so mining this cryptocurrency can be accomplished even with GPUs with a lesser amount of memory, extending the range of compatible mining hardware. Compared to many other cryptocurrencies, Kaspa has a much higher frequency of blocks due to its speedy block generation rate—a new block is created every second.
However, as of the current industry standards, GPU mining for Kaspa is no longer practical. KHeavyhash mining typically uses ASIC hardware for mining operations now and delivers profitable results when mined with ASIC.

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