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How does the hashing function Kerl work, i.e. how exactly is an input hashed into the standard 81-tryte-long output? I know that under the hood it uses Keccak (this is not what I am interested in).
The current hashing algorithm of IOTA is Kerl—a ternary version of Keccak algorithm. But the IOTA foundation is still researching on Curl to develop Curl-P.
So, which major advantages does one expect ...