No problem; these are good questions. It's not that you would be given YEC automatically through ZecWallet. It's that ZecWallet allows you to export all your private keys, which you could then take and import into the Ycash Wallet. Once the Ycash Wallet gets released, I'll provide instructions for how to do this.
I'd probably be vary to import my keys in a large codebase. Will there be a stand-alone utility that could sign the split transaction that I could run on an airgapped machine and then broadcast from another one? (At least for t-addrs it should be adaptable from similar tools built for Bitcoin)
Please explain how anyone has come to the conclusion that ZEC is a regulated asset? I’d love to see the confirmation supporting that as it would be great news. Only thing I have heard is ZEC among others is not a security but that is not regulation
Zooko was talking about the NY DFS and how they had to get pre approved to even be used for transactions in New York etc. Not technically regulated on a US scale but a clear head start. Especially considering the fact that it is listed in Gemini/Coinbase etc is huge as is. It's a asset in a few custodial portfolios too I believe, Galaxy Digital has Zec in theirs.
Absolutely and couldn’t agree more. It is huge but I just want to make sure we aren’t spreading false info or hope. I’m 90% portfolio ZEC so please don’t misconstrue my support but BTC is also on CB and Gemini and none are regulated. However, they’ve been approved as “permitted commodities” over securities which is big for our future. I also think the SEC is moving towards being far more open of digital assets and like BTC/ZEC.