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- 2017-02-24T08:53:57+0000 - Updated: 2017-02-24T08:53:57+0000
Originally shared by Jan WildeboerPutting the SHA1 collision story in perspective by @robgraham on Twitter:

"3,712,258,602,000,000,000,000 SHA2 hashes to mine bitcoin transaction
9,223,372,036,854,775,808 SHA1 hashes to find collision"

"In other, other words: Bitcoin miners are crunching numbers at the equivalent rate of solving a SHA1 collision every second. "

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