NeoScrypt, a Strong Memory Intensive Key Derivation Function
Assembly C Shell
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README.md

NeoScrypt

NeoScrypt is a strong memory intensive key derivation function.

Compile time definitions:

  • -DSHA256 enables optional SHA-256 support (Scrypt compatibility);
  • -DBLAKE256 enables optional BLAKE-256 support;
  • -DOPT enables FastKDF performance optimisations;
  • -DASM enables 32-bit and 64-bit assembly optimisations;
  • -DMINER_4WAY enables 4-way mining per thread (requires -DASM).

There are also test vectors and benchmarks available.

Documentation

Refer to the following white paper for an introduction to NeoScrypt: http://phoenixcoin.org/archive/neoscrypt_v1.pdf