A proposal for shared ownership and resilience of Zcash-focused digital properties
This post outlines a process to reimagine governance of z.cash and other Zcash-focused digital properties
Update: ECC proposals and plans for decentralizing Zcash and future focus
This blog post is intended to provide more detail and an update on ECC's current plans. We welcome the community’s feedback.
ECC Transparency Report for Q4 2022
Why release a transparency report? Electric Coin Co. is committed to openness and transparency — as we help evolve and […]
New z.cash website launches, built to grow
The Zcash community website has been redesigned and rebuilt to better serve as an educational and onboarding resource for the community and to reintroduce Zcash for a new era.
New Release 5.6.0
Release 5.6.0 introduces the functionality necessary for light wallets to access spendable funds without fully scanning the blockchain. This is […]
ECC restructuring to better serve Zcash
Today, in order to better serve Zcash, we are announcing a restructuring of ECC. Going forward, ECC will focus our time and expertise on specific parts of the Zcash mission, and help transition other parts to other organizations in the Zcash community.
New Release 5.5.0
Release 5.5.0 introduces a number of bug fixes and changes to the underlying libraries that support Zcash. Much of this work lays the foundation for the fund availability features coming with the next release.
ECC Transparency Report for Q3 2022
This Electric Coin Co. transparency report details company income, expenses, and use of funds during Q3 2022.
Update: Addressing Zcash wallet performance issues
Electric Coin Co. (ECC) has been working since June to resolve Zcash wallet performance issues that are affecting users of third-party apps Edge, Nighthawk, and Unstoppable.* All three of these mobile wallets utilize the ECC SDK.Our engineers have made progress, however, work remains — including further updates to zcashd, lightwalletd, the ECC wallet SDKs, and the ECC prototype wallet — to fully restore good user experience in the impacted apps.
New releases remediate memory exhaustion vulnerability in Zcash
Releases 5.3.3 and 5.4.2 harden zcashd code and remediate vulnerabilities inherited from Bitcoin Core that may have affected more than 280 chains, according to blockchain security firm Halborn.
ECC’s public policy efforts continue with launch of the PGP* for Crypto Podcast
Electric Coin Co. is excited to announce the launch of our new podcast, PGP* (Pretty Good Policy) for Crypto, hosted […]
New Release 5.4.0
Release 5.4.0 introduces a number of performance improvements, an update to correct supply reporting, and a clean up of legacy […]