Members of the Zcash (ZEC) community have discovered a suspicious and potentially malicious counterfeit version of Zcash Foundation’s native ZecWallet.
According to a Twitter post published on Oct. 20 and retweeted by Zcash developer Electric Coin Company, the fake ZecWallet likely contains malware. The tweet reads:
“PSA to all Zcash users! There is a fake version of ZecWallet that likely contains malware (size and checksum is different) double check you are downloading from official @zecwallet repo on GitHub: https://github.com/ZcashFoundation/zecwallet”
Zcash is a decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency that provides strong privacy protections. Shielded transactions hide the sender, recipient, and value on the blockchain. If Bitcoin is like http for money, Zcash is https—a secure transport layer.
For the first 4 years, Zcash’s founders get 20% of the block rewards, effectively making 10% of total supply (2.1 million ZEC).
Zcash [ZEC] is a cryptocurrency with its own blockchain. The most actual price for one Zcash [ZEC] is $36.69. Zcash is listed on 94 Exchanges with a sum of 232 active markets. The 24h volume of [ZEC] is $85 347 427, while the Zcash market cap is $281 612 585 which ranks it as #30 of all cryptocurrencies. You can find more information about Zcash [ZEC] on z.cash