Kaspa where to (Part III)

Kaspa where to (Part III)

BY: Yonatan Sompolinsky Sharing below quick thoughts on development funding models and sustainability, and on the next grant request, with the hopes that my incentive biases do not contaminate my thought process too much: DAGKNIGHT (DK) was an academic effort by...

Kaspa where to (Part II)

  BY: Yonatan Sompolinsky Crypto winters are warm for projects with character. Last month Michal Sutton and I published the DAGKNIGHT protocol (DK), which to the best of our knowledge is the first POW consensus protocol that is responsive to the network’s actual...
KASPA Listed on CoinEX

KASPA Listed on CoinEX

To provide you with more trading options, after rigorous reviews, CoinEx will list KAS and support deposit and withdrawal & Automated Market Making (AMM) on Nov 10, 2022 (UTC). And its trading pair KAS/USDT will be available on the same day....
What is GHOSTDAG and DAGKNIGHT?

What is GHOSTDAG and DAGKNIGHT?

Short Version: GHOSTDAG allows us to make a chain out of the parallel blocks in the BlockDAG, which results in the same security guarantees provided by Nakamoto consensus (bitcoin), but with increased throughput and lower confirmation times. Long Version: The fact...

Core Developer Series: Kaspa 101 – Part 1

The block-DAG paradigm By: Michael Sutton, Core Developer This is a blog series explaining the fundamentals of Kaspa in simple and short language. I will assume the least possible prior knowledge, although some fundamentals in blockchain theory, specifically bitcoin,...