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.


277.18 KAS



16.32B KAS



348.7 TH/s





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KASPA Mining Pools

Kaspa can be mined solo, or mined as part of a pool. Check out our current pool options below. 

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Articles & News

Note from Founder on DAGKnight

"Folks asked me to express more publicly my thoughts re DAGKNIGHT funding pool being filled. My immediate thought was communicated in private to Michael - "oh my, now we need to actually implement this"... Additionally, I was surprised that the proposal was accepted...

DAGKnight Protocol Community CrowdFund

We are excited to announce the opening of a pool to raise funds for the implementation of the DAGKnight protocol! The pool address is: kaspa:ppk66xua7nmq8elv3eglfet0xxcfuks835xdgsm5jlymjhazyu6h5ac62l4ey See here for the current balance. What will it...

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 Accepted Everywhere

Adoption starts with great tech (check!) and tools (check!) and then you make it accessible. Kaspa's goal is to be a common currency - to see it get used every day for goods and services!  To ONLY trade and HODL is not enough.  So, in our efforts to help with this...

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....


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...

Kaspa Trading schedule on MEXC Released!

We are pleased to announce that the Kaspa implementation to be listed on MEXC Global has been completed.  Kaspa trading will begin on 9/27/22 at 15:00 UTC at https://www.mexc.com, the Kaspa community can sign up for MEXC by utilizing our affiliate link which gives...

Join & Follow the COmmunity

We are a growing community and are always looking for enthusiastic people to join the project.  If you are a coder, marketer, vlogger, community manager, enthusiast, or anything else join the Kaspa Discord and say, “hi!”


Simple donation through Cryptocurrency Checkout

Manual donations dev-fund-address: kaspa:precqv0krj3r6uyyfa36ga7s0u9jct0v4wg8ctsfde2gkrsgwgw8jgxfzfc98


Mining dev-fund-address: kaspa:pzhh76qc82wzduvsrd9xh4zde9qhp0xc8rl7qu2mvl2e42uvdqt75zrcgpm00


The wallet is managed by 4 members of the community (msutton, Tim, The SheepCat and demisrael) who were publicly voted in to become the Treasurers.

The is a multi-signature wallet with a 2/4 signing formula, so it needs at least 2 of the Treasurers to sign the spending transaction for it to become commutable. All spendings are published in the #devfund channel and are performed according to the results of public votes in either #funding-pools or #votes channels