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SHA256 is the name of an algorithm used in a cryptographic [[hash function]]. SHA stands for Secure Hashing Algorithm and 256 relates to the resulting 256-bit hash.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://tiptopsecurity.com/what-is-cryptographic-hashing-md5-sha-and-more/|name=What is Cryptographic Hashing?|org=Tip Top Security|date=October 5, 2018}}</ref>
 
SHA256 is the name of an algorithm used in a cryptographic [[hash function]]. SHA stands for Secure Hashing Algorithm and 256 relates to the resulting 256-bit hash.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://tiptopsecurity.com/what-is-cryptographic-hashing-md5-sha-and-more/|name=What is Cryptographic Hashing?|org=Tip Top Security|date=October 5, 2018}}</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 15:37, 30 May 2019

SHA256 is the name of an algorithm used in a cryptographic hash function. SHA stands for Secure Hashing Algorithm and 256 relates to the resulting 256-bit hash.[1]

SHA256 is mentioned in the Satoshi Nakamoto bitcoin white paper as a non-exclusive example of a usable in a proof-of-work system.[2]


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