Latest Testing Results of The Enhanced Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm

The upcoming GRAFT network update will take care of problems with hashrate attacks and instability of block intervals (in addition to ASIC resistance upgrade). We would like to share the most recent results of the new difficulty algorithm testing on the testnet. The first graph shows how the existing algorithm slowly adjusts to multiple spikes of the network hashrate: The second graph shows how the upgraded algorithm quickly reacts to virtually any change of the network hashrate: The release candidate build is finalized but we are still in a process of testing of the upcoming network update. We are still on track to release it next week, stay tuned to get further notifications about specific date/time. By the way, if you haven’t seen it yet, here is the most up to date and detailed GRAFT engineering roadmap.

About GRAFT Project

GRAFT is a blockchain based payment processing network the functions similarly to a credit card processing network with off-chain authorizations and in-network atomic swap based interchanges. The network is completely decentralized, able to work cross borders and adapting to local regulatory environment.

In addition to decentralization, GRAFT solves four biggest problems that exist in cryptocurrency at a point-of-sale today - privacy, speed, fees, and integration.

Economically, it’s a two layer (proof-of-work and proof-of-stake) blockchain with proof-of-stake based authorizations with participants able to benefit both for mining and staking

Finally GRAFT is open-platform, open-source, non-for profit community project. To support GRAFT Network, please donate BTC to: 39UBccrXeKBtoxeKXPqsXxPFnhzt6bueSY