Algoritmo

Criptos:

2,117

Exchanges:

10

Capitalização de Mercado:

$2,125,903,050,622

Volume 24h:

$40,062,540,112

X11

Classificação #46

$334,672,160

0

1

Vencedores (undefined)%

24H

Perdedores (undefined)%

Classificação

46

Ativos

1

Capitalização de Mercado

$334,672,160

Volume 24h

$5,958,796

Perdedores

1

Visão geral
Ativos

$334,672,160

Capitalização de Mercado

$5,958,796

Volume

46

Classificação

0

Vencedores

1

Perdedores

N/A

Variação 24h

N/A

Variação 7d

1H

1.58

%

1D

0

%

1S

0

%

1M

-21.37

%

2M

-5.57

%

3M

-3.10

%

6M

15.27

%

1A

-48.91

%

Sobre X11

X11 is a hashing algorithm used by many cryptocurrencies, including Dash, PIVX, and more. It was designed to be resistant to ASIC mining, which is a method of using specialized hardware to mine cryptocurrencies more efficiently than general-purpose computer processors.

The X11 algorithm consists of 11 different hash functions, hence the name X11. The hash functions used in X11 are:.

Blake
  1. BMW
  2. Groestl
  3. JH
  4. Keccak
  5. Skein
  6. Luffa
  7. CubeHash
  8. SHAvite-3
  9. SIMD
  10. Echo

Each of these hash functions is applied in sequence, with the output of one function being used as the input to the next. This creates a hash that is much more difficult to reverse-engineer than a simple hash function.

The X11 algorithm is also designed to be energy-efficient, which is becoming increasingly important in the cryptocurrency mining industry. By using a combination of different hash functions, X11 is able to achieve high levels of security while using less power than other hashing algorithms.

Overall, the X11 algorithm has proven to be a popular choice for many cryptocurrencies due to its resistance to ASIC mining and energy efficiency.