Thank You for reading my post/question here, but if I as a software developer were to work for z-cash, HOW ON EARTH AM I ABLE TO BUY ANYTHING WITH IT, IF I HAVE TO PAY IN EUROS?
The only thing that the bitcoins solve in Estonia is to get around the pesky bank officials, who want to see a complete, finished, e-shop before deciding, if they are going to give an e-shop account ("e-terminal") for the e-shop, id est if the bank official does not like the graphics or the background color of the home page, then they deny payment method access. The rest can also be banned by the government the moment they want it banned, because the only currency exchange, where bitcoins can be exchanged to euros, requires an ID (passport, ID-card, etc.) from the person, who wants to exchange bitcoins to Euros.
Currently (2016_06_10) it seems to me that the various crypto-currencies, with an exception of the bit-coins, which can be exchanged to Euros, are like North-Korean money at a United States Hamburger booth: one will probably be starving even, if one has a suitcase full of it.
So, how is z-cash any different?