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Kaspa is a BlockDAG, but what the heck is a BlockDAG?

This is a very complex idea, and I will try to answer it as concisely as possible and tell you why I love it! Show More

#On-Chain Activity

Now, I wanted to throw my money in $KAS, but then I did some research and some sources from November and beyond show that more and more problems (could) occur around the transaction history which is untraceable. Show More


The Kaspa development team has brilliantly captured the mood and desires of the community by giving full control of the project's future to the community itself, which decides on the direction of development while the team acts as hired employees. Show More


There are wallets, and then there is KDX!

Kaspa has 3 different wallets, but most users will not use the Kaspa Command Line Wallet which is mainly aimed at advanced node operators and miners. Show More


Market Cap in Circulation of $94M for a potentially successful Layer1 is low since many successful layer1 have grown to ~$30B range before starting to lose steam. Show More

One of the best ideas I've seen in a while. It's a layer 1 proof of work chain that's claiming to solve the blockchain trilemma by removing the need for block propagation delays. Show More


This is a Kaspa (KAS) progress review in response to IIGG's review which highlighted articles calling Kaspa a scam, legal concerns and missing transactions in its transaction history.

In summary, while fraud cannot be ruled out completely, I side with the Kaspa community that there was no fraud, and I also believe that most other chains, including Bitcoin and Solana have had more serious issues in the months after their launch. Show More


Kaspa is a community run project and their website is built by the community. Caspa Kaspa has 11k in their Telegram group and nearly 25k on their Twitter and there’s quite a bit of activity there. Show More


You cannot fake contagious & viral enthusiasm!

First, I completely agree with the general sentiments that this is a top-notch community, and my reasoning is aligned with the other analyst…

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Telegram: Extremely active and better than average conversations. People tend to discuss technology and crypto topics. Show More


Kaspa requires its own wallet and they have 3 wallets available as well as a block explorer. Show More

The best project I've seen in a very long time. It's a layer 1 proof of work chain that's claiming to solve the blockchain trilemma by removing the need for block propagation delays and after watching quite a bit of their stuff I think they might actually be able to do it. Show More


I’m actually excited about the technology, as Kaspa sets out to solve one of the fundamental problems with POW blockchains, speed. Show More


1- RUST REWRITE: In progress. Dev statement: "I believe the vast majority of this task can be done in 4-6 months of full-time development. Show More

Summary: Project is new but has a lot of potential. I expect this to be a top 50 project in the near future. Show More


Discord: Extremely active and involved. Community voting, mining assistance, project discussions, etc. Show More


They have a very nice looking website and everything is very well organized, but they're lacking a couple of items for a 5 star review. Show More


Kaspa is the fastest, open-source, decentralized & fully scalable Layer-1 in the world. The world’s first blockDAG – a digital ledger enabling parallel blocks and instant transaction confirmation – built on a robust proof-of-work engine with rapid single-second block intervals. Show More

During the last bull cycle, the big story was Proof of Work's supposed inability to scale, especially with a congested Ethereum, then still operating on PoW, charging exorbitant gas fees and slow block times. Show More

Kaspa is another project that is attempting to bring DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) technology into mainstream usability. Show More

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