OKEx Korea Reviewing Decision to Delist Privacy Coins Zcash and Dash
OKEX Korea is reconsidering a decision to delist the privacy coins zcash and dash it announced in September.
Zcash is a blockchain based cryptocurrency focused on privacy. Zcash also has the ability for participants to release certain transaction data so that the cryptocurrency can be used legally and so transactions can be audited if so desired. There are four types of transactions due to there being two types of addresses – private addresses (Z-addresses) and public addresses (T-addresses). There can therefore be entirely private or entirely public transactions or a combination where either sender or receiver details are private. It was launched on October 28, 2016 by the private Zcash Company led by Zooko Wilcox. It is also supported by the non-profit Zcash Foundation launched in March of 2017.Blockchain 101
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