If I have a Hash (of the Text.hash and/or Principal.hash variety), and I have an account ID variant that has either a #Principal(Principal) or #AccountID(Text), what is the chance of collision?
I know it is a Nat32 which is upwards of 4 Billion possible values, but that doesn’t seem that big when we start talking about web-scale, especially if we start talking about hashing variants that could explode the possible structures.
Now that we have a Crypto Libary, should we replace all the base references to Hash.Hash to a more robust function like SHA224 or 256? (4 bytes vs 24 or 36?). Even an 8 byte hash would drastically reduce the collision chance.