Cryptographic Anomaly is a modified clone of Litecoin, which is a lite version of Bitcoin using scrypt as a proof-of-work algorithm.
Cryptographic Anomaly is a crypto-coin that uses a unique block reward algorithm. The block reward is directly effected by the current difficulty. If the difficulty is below 3 then the block reward will be 0.33333333. If the difficulty is above 3 then the algorithm uses the modulo operation to find the remainder of the block number divided by the difficulty. If the remainder falls between 0.25 and 0 then an Anomaly is born, making a bonus block that is worth 1 CGA for that block. If the remainder doesn\'t fall between 0.25 and 0 then the block reward is 1 divided by the current difficulty.
What this does is as the difficulty increases (from a higher network hash rate due to increased popularity/demand) the amount of anomalies that are being generated decreases.