The score reflects the overall worthiness of the blockchain's ecosystem, as determined by regular monitoring and collective reviewing of the ecosystem.
Protocol review done on February 02, 2023.
Protocol review done on January 04, 2023.
Protocol review done on December 19, 2022.
Protocol review done on December 6, 2022.
Protocol review done on November 16, 2022.
Protocol review done on November 1, 2022.
Protocol review done on October 17, 2022
Adoption score is increased as number of developers count increased.
Documentation score is increased as skeleten code is added
Foundation tools score is increased as new Programming Languages were added
The score depicts the network's performance rating based on metrics like avg TPS, nodes, gas fees, and uptime.
|PERFORMANCE MATRIX||VALUE||MONITORED AT|
|Node Count||6,935 nodes|
|Reddit Total Members Online||387 members|
|Reddit Total Members||22,500 members|
|Telegram Err||20 err|
|Telegram Ppm||0 ppm|
|Telegram Views Per Post||55 views|
|Telegram Total Subscribers Online||182 subscribers|
|Telegram Total Subscribers||2,397 subscribers|
|Discord Total Subscribers||2,571 subscribers|
|Discord Total Subscribers Online||280 subscribers|
The score represents the development support the protocol offers to developers in terms of tools and resources.
he score is derived by considering the documentation support offered by the protocol to help developers better understand the protocol's ecosystem.
The score reflects the protocol's progressiveness in allocating funds to support the developers who are building on top of the blockchain.
The score reflects how equipped is the protocol's ecosystem with add-on tools like code editors, IDEs and security
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
The score reflects the protocol's ability to provide third-party services such as Oracle integration, API management, and cloud services.
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
It reflects how well the protocol's support system works in terms of communication tools, DAO rating, development community size, and stack exchange, among other things.
It indicates how widely the protocol has been adopted in the industry, taking into account aspects such as the
number of developers that are using it and the number of transactional values.
The score depicts the protocol's overall responsiveness toward its members in online communities like Discord,
Telegram, Slack, Linkedin, etc.
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Zcash is a digital currency developed to make payments faster and more confidential at a low cost. It is built on the original Bitcoin code base. Zcash is usable for buying goods and services and can even be exchanged with other kinds of money, including US dollars, Euros and other fiat currency.
Zcash is a digital currency built to enable stringent privacy around transactional information. People can use Zcash to transact efficiently and securely without paying high fees. There are two types of Zcash addresses: private (z-addresses) and transparent (t-addresses). Transparent t-addresses begin with a "t," while private z-addresses begin with a "z;" there are four transaction types between these two types of addresses as listed below:
Z-to-Z transaction - Private transaction information
It is visible on the public blockchain, indicating that the transaction has occurred and the fees paid. However, the addresses, transaction amount, and memo fields are not visible to the public as they are encrypted.
Z-to-T transaction - Deshielding of transitional information
In this type of transaction, the owner of a Z address may choose to disclose the transaction details with trusted third parties through the use of view keys and payment disclosure.
T-to-Z transaction - Shielding of transitional information
Shielded Zcash transactions keep transactions private while allowing people to selectively share their address and transaction information for auditing or regulatory compliance.
T-to-T transaction -Public transaction information
It functions similarly to a Bitcoin transaction in that the sender, receiver, and transaction value are all publicly visible.
Because the two Zcash addresses are interoperable, funds can be transferred between z-addresses and t-addresses.
A shielded transaction memo allows the sender to include relevant information that is completely encrypted to the receiver.
Shielded address owners can reveal transaction details for regulatory compliance or auditing.
Zcash supports transactions requiring multiple signatures.
Zcash reduces the impact of a non-mined transaction by default, as a transaction expires and funds become unencumbered if it is not mined within 50 minutes (40 blocks).
Zcash is the brainchild of Johns Hopkins and other renowned scientists from MIT.