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Re: Chainpoint

From: Adán Sánchez de Pedro Crespo <adan@stampery.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2016 19:59:01 +0200
To: Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho@gmail.com>
Cc: Blockchain CG <public-blockchain@w3.org>
Message-ID: <f572c1bb-655c-bd71-a22c-a7ad79f08948@stampery.com>
> Those two are really valuable resources to take into account, although
> they could use some updating to include most recent versions of the SHA
> family like SHA3 and, in the process, avoid naming confusion (e.g.: many
> people mix up SHA3-512 with SHA512, which is actually SHA2 with 512 bits
> output).

I have just contacted the people from IESG/IETF and James Manger from
Telstra, who is the one in charge of evaluating new entries to the Named
Information Hash Algorithm Registry.

The proposed new entries are:

ID    Hash Name String    Value Length    Reference    Status
9     sha3-224            224 bits        [FIPS 202]   current
10    sha3-256            256 bits        [FIPS 202]   current
11    sha3-384            384 bits        [FIPS 202]   current
12    sha3-512            512 bits        [FIPS 202]   current


In addition, I have recommended them to update the link for FIPS 180-4
from the March 2012 draft to the final Aug 2015 publication.

I will keep you updated with any progress.

Best,
-- 
*Adán Sánchez de Pedro Crespo*
CTO, Stampery Inc.
San Francisco - Madrid
T: +34 663 163 375


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