Karma Announces Huge Update

Karma Announces Huge Update

Karma (formerly Karmacoin) is switching to X11. Karma (formerly Karmacoin) has been in decline recently, but that may change as developers announced a huge update today on the official Karma forums. This update will fundamentally alter Karma and differentiate it from Dogecoin and Reddcoin, its tipping competitors. Karma Switching to X11 Hashing Algorithm. The first major Karma announcement is a switch to the X11 hashing algorithm. Karma believes a switch from the current Scrypt algorithm to X11 will decentralize Karma mining, increase security, and promote energy efficiency. It is....


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