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Ever since crypto-crimes and criminals using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to launder money became a thing, the field of crypto-forensics has come up as an unlikely “evil good.” The field has, somewhat, proven most cryptocurrencies are not fully private as previously imagined.
[Update at 14:50 UTC] Benjamin Winston, Director of Security at ECC, told CryptoSlate via a tweet the paper was simply a “review” of existing material and proposes a new attack that is based on a “faulty understanding” of the Zcash protocol by the Hush team.
Binance US, Binance’s crypto trading created exclusively for customers in the United States, announced that it had listed two new cryptocurrencies–Algorand (ALGO) and Zcash (ZEC).
Coinbase has told customers in the United Kingdom it will remove support for Zcash (ZEC) on the 26th of August, 2019, just days after British tax authority HM Revenue & Customs reportedly requested customer and transaction data from the cryptocurrency exchange.
Funds dedicated to Zcash’s ongoing development will see a drastic reduction from the ZEC block reward halving in October of 2020.
The privacy-focused Zcash has become the next digital currency to have a “friendly” network split, with Bitcoin Gold being the first.
There is evidence that the second largest Zcash mining pool is censoring shielded (private) transactions.
The cryptocurrency market is going through a correction after the recent surge above $8,000.
Zcash, one of the first privacy coin to leverage zero-knowledge proofs, is further cementing its vision of privacy-protection by engineering its blockchain in a way that is GDPR compliant by “default.” Primer on GDPR The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s regulation protecting personal data and privacy; its goal is to return personal data […]
Zcash’s network hash rate has mysteriously spiked by over 40 percent since December 10th.
The United States Department of Homeland Security has put out a pre-solicitation request for tracing private transactions and performing blockchain analytics on cryptocurrencies, such as Zcash and Monero.
In an interview, Justin Sun, the Founder and CEO of TRON, discusses how the platform will implement Zcash’s zk-SNARKs cryptography in Q1 of 2019.
Today, Coinbase is adding the popular privacy coin Zcash (ZEC) to its cryptocurrency exchange service for professional traders.
Privacy cryptocurrency Zcash received a hash rate boost on September 30 with a 13 percent rise ahead of its much-awaited Sapling protocol upgrade.
Coinbase’s recent admission that the highly popular cryptocurrency brokerage platform is considering the addition of five more crypto assets has seen the values of each potential token surge dramatically.
In an announcement today, Coinbase unveiled the possibility of new coins being listed on its exchange, including Cardano, Basic Attention Token, Stellar Lumens, Zcash, and 0x.
A truly innovative privacy coin, Zcash has announced it will be available to trade on the Gemini Exchange on May 22.
Zcash is one of the first cryptocurrency to build privacy into a blockchain-based currency.
Bitcoin heralded triumphant success as the first peer-to-peer currency, yet its profound transparency quickly sparked the search for a cryptocurrency capable of a confidential transaction.