why always seeing sell order more than buy order when goes up ?

Announcing Ycash, The First "Friendly Fork" of the Zcash Blockchain: https://forum.zcashcommunity.com/t/announcing-ycash-the-first-friendly-fork-of-the-zcash-blockchain/33162

Is there a specific exchange or wallet you must hold your Zec to receive some precious Y

You'll need to be in possession of your private keys. No exchange support should be assumed.

Howard Loo
You'll need to be in possession of your private keys. No exchange support should be assumed.

so you mean all ZEC on exchage needs to be transfer to zecwallet with privat key on it right?

Yes, that would be a good option. Then you would be in possession of your private keys.

So id assume you are then given the Y on that zecwallet

Sorry for the ignorance. Haven’t been through a fork or drop before

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)

i.e. Tadge wrote https://github.com/adiabat/goodelivery for splitting out BTC and BCH

Or I guess I could just move my coins on the mainchain and then after that TX is 1000 confirmations deep just export the old private keys

I'm confused, what's the point of Ycash? Besides making it more friendly for people to mine

How will the two benefit from each other down the road also.

R B
Don't you think the privacy space is getting a bit crowded?

Nowhere nearI'd love to see every project implement privacy features

The privacy space isn’t crowded yet when you consider the application if adoption is truly achieved and for those concerned about LTC, LTC will not offer the same privacy without a hard fork

I’m not saying they couldn’t do it. But I think LTC has enough of their own problems and would rather square away LitePay or whatever they want to call that now

Since ZEC is technically regulated and allowed in the US. Would any fork of Zcash be considered the same or would this new Ycash foundation have to go through the same hoops?

Zec is probably the only coin that has a chance of overtaking Bitcoin

Ycash? Been away for a bit. Zcash is forking?

D
Zec is probably the only coin that has a chance of overtaking Bitcoin

That would be a pretty awesome thing but unfortunately very unlikely

Alan Walsh
That would be a pretty awesome thing but unfortunately very unlikely

It's possible. Zec is also regulated in the US. Where Bitcoin is not, privacy is demanding. How do you want to be your own bank if just everyone can see what your balance is like. Seems unlogical

Woah never knew Zec regulated in USA but not btc that's massive

Probably because of the JPM partnership or coöperation. I can be mistaken

It's been like that a while though, price movements so far don't indicate zec taking over BTC. Don't get me wrong, I would be delighted

I guess it's because of the Zcash foundation and all the founders are known, with btc no one controls it

Paul Ericson
I guess it's because of the Zcash foundation and all the founders are known, with btc no one controls it

Yeah, just because of that. It would be weird to regulate an asset which founder is unknown, don't get me wrong BTC is still king. But for future development, I don't think so

Alan Walsh
It's been like that a while though, price movements so far don't indicate zec taking over BTC. Don't get me wrong, I would be delighted

Obviously not going to happen over night, my thinking is.. that it has the most chance of all coins we currently know.

I have no knowledge of tech behind coins but lot people say zooko and team are some of best out there

Paul Ericson
I have no knowledge of tech behind coins but lot people say zooko and team are some of best out there

This is true yeah, the team behind Zcash is amazing. Also a good indicator, watch the volume on Zec. Just a second thought

As we know coinmarketcap doesn't show true value of zec, it should be way up near top

So many factors in evaluating a coin

True that. I think pricewise, it's undervalued for the potential it has

I have Zcash in my Trezor wallet. Do I have to transfer it off to get the YEC?

In my opinion no because u control own keys on trezor

But would like to be 100% sure

When btc forked btc cash those on trezor got fork coins

depends on your hardware waller producor whether want to

I'm yet to use zcash. Can you send private from binance? Or do I have to send to a wallet and then send private?

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

Is the bitmain z9 the most appropriate to mine zec?

Anthony McSwizzlesticks
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.

So may not be confirmed completely but I'd say it's nothing to brush off, things are looking good

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.