Equihash is a proof-of-work (PoW) algorithm that is designed to be resistant to the use of specialized ASICs. It is based on the concept of a "generalized birthday problem," and uses a computer's memory to perform the proof-of-work calculations. Equihash(192,7) is a derivative of Equihash family algorithms. It is a proof-of-work hashing algorithm designed to tackle the problem of ASIC dominance in Bitcoin-like systems. This variant of the Equihash algorithm uses a parameter n = 192 and k = 7. It requires 7GB of memory to perform the proof-of-work calculations and it is also designed to be mined with consumer-grade hardware such as GPUs. It is more memory-intensive than Equihash(125,4), but also more secure. It requires more memory, and is more resistant to attacks from specialized hardware. On the other hand it is less memory-intensive than Equihash(210,9).