Zcash
ZcashZEC46.00$ +0.98%

A privacy-protecting, digital currency built on strong science

62 Rank
817.04M$ Market cap
5.40M$ 24H Volume

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Zcash Price statistic
Zcash price today
Zcash price
46.00 $
Price change (24h)
0.98% 0.445 $
Trading volume (24h)
5.40M $
Market Dominance
0.077%
Market rank
#62
Zcash price history
All Time High
Oct 28 2016 (6 years ago)
100.00% 1 039 473.00 $
Zcash Market Cap
Market Cap
817.04M $
Fully Diluted Market Cap
1.10B $
Zcash Supply
Circulating Supply
15.49M ZEC
Liquid Supply
13.00M ZEC

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Zcash basics

Name

Zcash

Category

Payments

What is Zcash?

Zcash is a privacy-preserving cryptocurrency providing anonymous value transfer using zero-knowledge cryptography. The protocol provides the option for transactions to be either shielded, in which case they will be completely anonymous, or transparent, in which case they will be visible on the Zcash blockchain. Zcash pays out a portion of its block rewards, called the "Founder's Reward", to fund protocol development. It currently allocates the Founder's Reward to the Electric Coin Company and the Zcash Foundation who develop and steward the Zcash protocol respectively.

Zcash token type

Token name

ZEC

Token type

Native

Token uses

Payments

What is Zcash used for in 2022?

ZEC is used as a native currency within the Zcash network. Transactions in Zcash can either be transparent or shielded . Transparent transactions operate similar to Bitcoin with visible addresses and transaction amounts while shielded transactions operate with hidden addresses and transaction amounts. Parties using shielded transactions have the ability to selectively disclose transaction metadata for the purposes of auditing or regulatory compliance.

Zcash history and first price

Launch style

Fair Launch with Built-in Treasury

When did Zcash launch?

The Electric Coin Company (formerly the Zcash Company) raised $3mm in two separate rounds from a group of angel and venture investors in 2016. Additionally, the protocol has a built-in "founders' reward." This reward is equal to 10% of the total (21m) tokens outstanding and are distributed via miner block rewards over the first four years after launch. The initial distribution of the founder’s reward is broken out below (based on 10% total):

  • 5.72% to Founders, Employees, Advisers
  • 1.65% to Electronic Coin Company Equity Investors
  • 1.44% to Zcash Foundation
  • 1.19% to Electronic Coin Company Strategic Reserve

The allocation between the Founders, Employees, & Advisers and the Strategic Reserve will fluctuate over time as new employees are added and their tokens vest. These were the initial distribution intentions, but they are likely to mix between these two buckets.

Zcash also featured a slow start at the launch of the network: for the first 20,000 blocks, the number of ZEC mined per block grew linearly from 0 toward 12.5. Thus the 20,000th block was the first block with a 12.5 ZEC block reward.

How did Zcash come about?

Created in 2013, Zcash, previously known as “Zerocoin”, was initially suggested as an experimental privacy extension to Bitcoin using advanced mathematical techniques called "zero-knowledge proofs". Due to the Zerocoin protocol's novelty and computational intensity, however, Bitcoin core developers deemed it impractical for implementation into the Bitcoin protocol. Subsequently, with additional improvements to the protocol that resulted in substantially more efficient zero knowledge proofs, Zerocoin's founding scientists from John Hopkins in collaboration with researchers from MIT and Tel Aviv University created a new protocol called "Zerocash" (Zcash). Upon recruiting it's CEO, Zooko Wilcox, to head the project and raising over $3mm in venture funding through two fundraises, the Zcash protocol began development under the Zcash Company, with the objective of building the Zcash protocol into a full-fledged cryptocurrency. In 2017, a separate entity, the Zcash Foundation was incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit with the mission to build internet payment and privacy infrastructure for the public good, primarily serving the users of the Zcash protocol and blockchain In 2019, the Zcash Company rebranded to the Electric Coin Company.

Zcash was conceived from the observation that Bitcoin could not offer strong privacy guarantees, with transactions recorded in a public decentralized ledger, from which significant information can be deduced. At the core of Zcash technology are zero-knowledge proofs, which allow transaction data to be validated without revealing information about the amount and the parties involved. With Zcash users can selectively share address and transaction information for auditing or regulatory compliance through the use of view keys and payment disclosure. Through the use of zero-knowledge proofs, Zcash aims to create a truly fungible, privacy preserving cryptocurrency.

Zcash is built on strong science and audited by third parties. It is an open-source protocol, built by a security-specialized engineering team, and originally based on Bitcoin Core's codebase.

Zcash roadmap 2022
Overwinter
June 2018 · Mainnet

Versioning, replay protection for network upgrades, performance improvements for transparent transactions, and a new feature of transaction expiry

Sapling
October 2018 · Mainnet

Drastically reduces the amount of time and memory needed for constructing zk-SNARKs

Blossom
December 2019 · Mainnet

The Blossom upgrade will cut block times in half to around 75 seconds. To keep the emission rate and halvening schedule of Zcash unchanged, the halved block times also require that the per-block reward be halved. The emission rate per time, however, remains unchanged. Note that other proposed items, such as splitting the founder's reward and Harmony mining were not included in this release as originally planned.

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Heartwood
April 2020 · Mainnet

Heartwood will improve interoperability through Flyclient support and give miners the option to immediately shield mining rewards in coinbase transactions.

Flyclient, known as ZIP 211, will enable interoperability efforts, cross-chain integration, and light-client use cases. The ZIP could pave the way for Zcash SPV proofs to be verified in blockchains such as Ethereum, enabling efficient cross-chain communication and pegs.

Shielded Coinbase, known as ZIP 213, will modify Zcash consensus rules to enable coinbase funds to be mined to shielded Sapling addresses. Prior to the Sapling upgrade, a shielded coinbase was not feasible because shielded transactions required significant memory and CPU resources to create.

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Canopy
November 2020 · Mainnet

In Zcash Foundation polling, the community voted to create a new development fund with 20 percent of the mining rewards, while the miners receive 80 percent as of block 1046400.

Under the current agreement, the developer’s reward will remain at 20%, with 35% of it going to the ECC, 25% to the ZF, and 40% to third party grants. There will be a Major Grants Review Committee that will decide how to allocate the Major Grants Funding. The ECC and ZF will each be eligible for one seat of the five seats on the Major Grants Review Committee.

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Zcash technology explained

Zcash, the protocol, is a distributed, time-stamped ledger of unspent transaction output (UTXO) transfers stored in an append-only chain of 2MB data blocks. A network of mining and economic nodes maintains this blockchain by validating, propagating, and competing to include pending transactions (mempool) in new blocks. Economic nodes (aka "full nodes") receive transactions from other network participants, validate them against network consensus rules and double-spend vectors, and propagate the transactions to other full nodes that also validate and propagate. Valid transactions are sent to the network's mempool waiting for mining nodes to confirm them via inclusion in the next block.

Mining nodes work to empty the mempool usually in a highest-to-lowest fee order by picking transactions to include in the next block and racing against each other to generate a hash less than the target number set by Zcash's difficulty adjustment algorithm. Zcash uses a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus mechanism to establish the chain of blocks with the most accumulated “work” (a.k.a., energy spent on solved hashes) as the valid chain. Other network peers can cheaply verify the chain’s work

In order to have zero-knowledge privacy in Zcash, the function determining the validity of a transaction according to the network’s consensus rules must return the answer of whether the transaction is valid or not, without revealing any of the information it performed the calculations on. This is done by encoding some of the network’s consensus rules in zk-SNARKs (zero-knowledge succinct non-interactive arguments of knowledge). Zk-SNARKs are specific zero-knowledge proofs whereby one can prove possession of certain information, e.g. a secret key, without revealing that information, and without any interaction between the prover and verifier.

Zcash addresses are either private (z-addresses) or transparent (t-addresses). Z-addresses start with a “z,” and t-addresses start with a "t." The two Zcash address types are interoperable, and funds can be transferred between z-addresses and t-addresses. A Z-to-Z transaction appears on the public blockchain, so it is known to have occurred and that the fees were paid. But the addresses, transaction amount and the memo field are all encrypted and not publicly visible. Transactions between two transparent addresses (t-addresses) work just like Bitcoin: The sender, receiver and transaction value are publicly visible. The owner of an address may choose to disclose z-address and transaction details with trusted third parties using view keys and payment disclosure.

Zcash core contributors
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Josh Swihart
VP of Marketing and Business Development at Electric Coin Company
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Joseph Van Geffen
Design Lead at Electric Coin Company
Design Lead at Zcash
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Kevin Gorham
Android Developer at Electric Coin Company
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Kim Wolf
Executive Assistant at Electric Coin Company
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Larry Ruane
Senior Software Developer at Zcash
Senior Software Developer at Zcash
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Madars Virza
Founding Scientist at Zcash
Founding Scientist at Zcash
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Margaret Baily
Business Operations Manager and Executive Assistant at Zcash
Business Operations Manager and Executive Assistant at Zcash
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Marshall Gaucher
Engineer at Electric Coin Company
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Matthew Green
Founding Scientist at Zcash
Founding Scientist at Zcash
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Nathan Wilcox
CTO of Electric Coin Company
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Ryan Taylor
Web Developer and Translations Coordinator at Electric Coin Company
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Savannah Baily
HR Specialist at Electric Coin Company
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Sean Bowe
Engineer at Electric Coin Company
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Simon Liu
Engineer at Electric Coin Company
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Taylor Hornby
Information Security Engineer at Electric Coin Company
Information Security Engineer at Zcash
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Zooko Wilcox
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Electric Coin Company
Zooko has more than 25 years of experience in open, decentralized systems, cryptography and information security, and startups. He is recognized for his work on DigiCash, Mojo Nation, ZRTP, “Zooko's Triangle”, Tahoe-LAFS, BLAKE2, and SPHINCS. He is also the Founder of Least Authority Enterprises. He used to blog about health science (http://www.ketotic.org). He tweets a lot @zooko.
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Alessandro Chiesa
Co-founder and Chief Scientist at StarkWare Industries
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Jane MercerWeiss
Independent Cryptocurrency Developer at Zcash
Independent Cryptocurrency Developer at Zcash
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Jack Grigg
Engineer at Electric Coin Company
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Jack Gavigan
Product and Regulatory Relations at Electric Coin Company
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Ian Miers
Founding Scientist at Zcash
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George Tankersley
Engineer at Zcash Foundation
Engineer at Zcash
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Eran Tromer
Founding Scientist at Zcash
Founding Scientists at Zcash
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Eli Ben-Sasson
Co-Founder and President at StarkWare Industries
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David Campbell
COO at Electric Coin Company
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Christina Garman
Founding Scientist at Zcash
Founding Scientist at Zcash
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Charlie O'Keefe
Engineer at Electric Coin Company
Engineer at Zcash
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Brian Klein
Outside Counsel at Electric Coin Company
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Brad Miller
Developer Relations Manager at Zcash
Developer Relations Manager at Zcash
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Benjamin Winston
Director of Product Security at Electric Coin Company
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Andy Murray
CFO at Electric Coin Company
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Andrew Miller
President and Chairman of the Board at Zcash Foundation
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Zcash Foundation
A non-profit organization dedicated to financial privacy through technology
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Electric Coin Company
The Electric Coin Company is a for-profit entity that launched and supports the development of Zcash
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Zcash supply limit

General Emission Type

Inflationary

Precise Emission Type

Decreasing Issuance

Is capped

Yes

Max supply

21000000

Zcash supply curve details

ZCash originated as a code-fork of Bitcoin, and kept the overall monetary-supply properties: block-reward halvings every 4-years, resulting in a total supply cap of 21,000,000 ZEC. While the overall supply is the same as bitcoin, the details differ. Specifically, ZCash uses 1.25 minute blocks, generating 6.25 ZEC per block. Zcash also features a founders' reward and slow-start mining as detailed in the launch section. The first halving is expected to take place in November 2020 and will bring down block rewards to 3.125 ZEC.

Who funds Zcash core development?
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Companies
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Fred Ehrsam
Co-founder and Board Member at Coinbase
Investor in Coda Protocol
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Erik Voorhees
Founder & CEO at ShapeShift
Mr. Erik Voorhees founded ShapeShift AG and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Voorhees served as the Head of Marketing and Communications at BitInstant LLC. Mr. Voorhees is an American and Panamanian startup Founder. Mr. Voorhees was co-founder of the bitcoin company Coinapult. Mr. Voorhees was the Founder and Partial Owner of SatoshiDICE. He joined BitInstant in February 2012. He served as a Member of Cryptocurrency Advisory Board at MGT Capital Investments, Inc. since June 14, 2016 until May 2018.
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David Dacus
Founder of Metta Medical and HitPlay.
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Naval Ravikant
Investor and Project Advisor
Naval is a founder of AngelList and CoinList. He's also a founder and Partner at the oldest altcoin fund, MetaStable Capital. He is a seed investor in Twitter, Uber, Wish, Thumbtack, Postmates, Kraken, Yammer, Stack Overflow, ZCash, Protocol Labs, BlockStack, Chia, Coda Protocol, and OpenDoor.
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Niraj Mehta
Founder of Persistent Edge (FOHF) and Kilowatt Capital
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Barry Silbert
Founder of Digital Currency Group
Founder & CEO of Digital Currency Group (DCG), which builds and supports bitcoin and blockchain companies through its insights, network, and access to capital.
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How 2 Ventures
A Blockchain Venture Capital, Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund. How 2 Ventures five-point strategy focuses on several areas of investment within the Blockchain startup, and Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency markets: 1. Emerging Blockchain Technology (pre-ICO & ICO investments). 2. Established Blockchain networks’ digital assets & cryptocurrencies (forks, airdrops, etc.). 3. Emerging Blockchain networks’ digital assets & cryptocurrencies (growth, adoption, etc.). 4. Leverage trading during periods of volatility to increase returns (BTC, ETH vs. alternative coins). 5. Capitalize on swings in the market using alpha theory (-2, -1, 0, 1, 2)
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Winklevoss Capital Management, LLC
Winklevoss Capital is a family office founded by Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss.
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Placeholder VC
Placeholder is a venture capital partnership that invests in decentralized information networks.
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Pantera Capital
Pantera Capital is an investment firm focused exclusively on ventures, tokens, and projects related to blockchain tech, digital currency, and crypto assets.
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Maple Ventures
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M31 Capital
M31 Capital is a global investment firm focused on cryptoassets & blockchain technology. The firm restricts itself to cryptoasset-specific investment strategies, including both direct token investments as well as select active network participation opportunities
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LuneX Ventures
LuneX Ventures invests in cryptocurrencies and blockchain companies.
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London Trust Media
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Kenetic Capital
Kenetic is a proprietary trading and investment firm focused on digital assets and blockchain related companies. We have developed technology to facilitate our quantitative trading strategies and offer various digital asset related structured products to counterparts.
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Inflection
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INBlockchain
INB is the most influential investment group in the Chinese blockchain space. Our partners are among the single largest holders of Bitcoin in the world, with holdings that have increased over nine thousand fold to date.
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HyperChain Capital
One of the first in the world, HyperChain is a digital assets management company focused on Blockchain based projects and decentralized protocols. HyperChain's philosophy is to do good, as an early participant and consultant to Blockchain protocol projects and organizations that support innovative technologies.
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BagHolder Capital
BagHolder is an investment firm committed to exceptional returns for investors through actively managed portfolios of different blockchain assets. With team members ranging from blockchain analysts & developers to leaders in commercial real estate & conventional finance, BagHolder has an incredibly wide range of insight and a deep understanding of this space on both a micro and macro level.
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Galaxy Digital
Galaxy Digital is a diversified, multi-service merchant bank dedicated to the digital assets and blockchain technology industry. Galaxy Digital’s multi-disciplinary team has extensive experience spanning investing, portfolio management, capital markets, operations, and blockchain technology. Galaxy Digital currently operates four distinct business lines, which include: Trading (arbitrage, macro, market making/OTC), Asset Management (management of external capital across passive and ecosystem funds), Principal Investing (private equity, venture, public equity, ICO investments, Pre-ICO investments, and liquid and illiquid cryptocurrencies), and Advisory (capital markets, M&A/restructuring, and technical consulting services to both start-ups and established institutions). Galaxy Digital’s CEO and Founder is Michael Novogratz.
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Fenbushi Capital
Fenbushi Capital is the first China-based venture capital firm that exclusively invests in Blockchain-enabled companies.
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Evolve VC
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Electric Capital
Electric Capital is a crypto asset management firm. They invest in tokens that are Programmable Money. Electric Capital invests in both liquid and illiquid tokens that are emerging stores of value and rooted in novel technology. The firm was started by technology entrepreneurs, engineers, and successful investors. Before Electric Capital, the founders started six companies (five acquired), invested in 100+ technology startups with a cumulative market cap in the tens of billions, and served as executives at technology companies such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter. They have been investing personally in cryptocurrencies since 2013 and were early believers in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Monero.
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Digital Currency Group
Digital Currency Group (formerly known as the Bitcoin Opportunity Fund) is an investment firm focused on early seed rounds in cryptocurrency firms focusing on building out the infrastructure for the industry. It was founded by fintech entrepreneur Barry Silbert, who also founded SecondMarket, a private market for illiquid assets such as startup stock options. As a general rule, their investments focus on equity in companies rather than tokens, though they do purchase and hold cryptocurrencies. DCG also owns and operates CoinDesk, a well-known media company in the space, Genesis Trading, a bitcoin brokerage firm, and Grayscale Investments, a digital currency asset management firm. DCG has made over 100 investments in the space including well-known startups like Protocol Labs, Coinbase, and Ripple.
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CypherMines
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Boost VC
Boost VC is the #1 accelerator in the world for Crypto and VR startups and is committed to making science fiction technologies a reality. Since 2012, we’ve funded 250+ companies who have gone on to raise an additional $1 billion and are actively changing the world.
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Boost VC
The Boost VC Accelerator has invested $500k in Sci-Fi Founders. 250+ companies funded. Crypto, VR, space, AI, robotics, biotech, Sci-Fi.
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Block Ventures
Block Ventures is a venture capital firm investing in disruptive blockchain technology companies.
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Zcash consensus

General consensus mechanism

Proof-of-Work

Precise consensus mechanism

Nakamoto Consensus

Targeted block time

1.25 min

How Zcash works?

Consensus Zcash uses Nakamoto Consensus whereby the valid chain is the longest chain with the most accumulated proof-of-work. Consensus in Zcash, and other systems using Nakamoto Conensus, is probabilistic because there is always a chance that a new, longer competing chain could emerge with more accumulated proof-of-work, that would invalidate the current chain.

Mining Miners solve computational puzzles to generate new blocks using a Equihash algorithm. In this process, miners compete to generate a __hash __less than the target number set by Zcashs difficulty adjustment algorithm. The target difficulty level is adjusted every block.

Zcash originally implemented the Equihash algorithm for its memory intensive properties, which made it more resistant to ASICs; however, over time Zcash's ASIC resistant properties have eroded with Equihash-capable ASICs having been developed. Furthermore, in order to smooth individual miner revenue as mining has become more competitive, mining is now done in pools where participants contribute hash power to the pool and receive a proportional share of the profits if the pool finds a valid block.

Zcash governance

What is Zcash governance?

Zcash is an open source community; historically most protocol development is largely handled by The Electric Coin Company. The Electric Coin Company maintains “zcashd,” the only production-ready node implementation. Protocol development is governed by the Zcash Improvement Proposal process (ZIP) whereby anyone in the open source Zcash community can submit draft ZIPs. After discussion by the Zcash community, the ZIP editors, features are selected for the upcoming network upgrade. Daira Hopwood, Principal Engineer of the Electric Coin Company and George Tankersley, Director of Engineering of the Zcash Foundation, accept or reject the ZIPs. Decisions from the ZIP process are written into the Zcash specification, as well as the software that runs the network. Finally, protocol changes are “ratified” on-chain when the majority of the network adopts the upgrade and doesn’t break consensus.

The Electric Coin Company and the Zcash Foundation are the two organizations who receive an allocation of the founder’s reward every block until the 850,000th block is mined at which point they will have cumulatively received 10% of the 21 million ZEC that will ever be mined. The Electric Coin Company is a for-profit organization that launched and supports the Zcash protocol. The Zcash foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity, dedicated to building internet payment and privacy infrastructure for the public good. Moving forward the Zcash foundation plans further decentralize the Zcash project through promoting competing node implementations, increasing community involvement, and ultimately reducing the influence of both itself and the Electric Coin Company on the Zcash protocol. Meaningful steps to this end include the Electric Coin Company donating the Zcash trademark to Zcash Foundation and the Development Fund discussion that is currently underway and will go into effect in October 2020

Who regulate Zcash in 2022?

The Securities Framework Asset Ratings of the Crypto Rating Council (CRC) attributed the score of 2 out of 5 to Zcash and provided the below summary:

  • Current functionality of the platform
  • Absence of investment-like language or marketing
  • Decentralized development efforts

The CRC* is a member-owned and operated organization whose purpose is to assess if a crypto asset, or its development, issuance, and use have characteristics that make it more or less likely to implicate federal securities laws. According to the CRC framework, a score of 5 results when an asset appears to have many characteristics that are consistent with the Howey-test factors. A score of 1 results when an asset appears to have few characteristics that are consistent with the Howey-test factors.*

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Zcash Price statistic
Zcash price today
Zcash price
46.00 $
Price change (24h)
0.98% 0.445 $
Trading volume (24h)
5.40M $
Market Dominance
0.077%
Market rank
#62
Zcash price history
All Time High
Oct 28 2016 (6 years ago)
100.00% 1 039 473.00 $
Zcash Market Cap
Market Cap
817.04M $
Fully Diluted Market Cap
1.10B $
Zcash Supply
Circulating Supply
15.49M ZEC
Liquid Supply
13.00M ZEC
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