Why did you choose Zcash?

#61

I used to have Monero but now I really think Zcash is much better, they do a lot of good things for cryptocurrency technology in general.

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#62

True, South Korea actively supports young and promising people. For instance, my friends left for South Korea a couple of months ago. She is a teacher, he is an IT specialist. Not crypto-related, but I am sure there is support for different kinds of projects

#63

Thanks for your reply. I didn’t know this algorithm is not implemented anywhere else

#64

Yep, that might happen

#65

That’s true. Moreover, there are many crowdfunding platform where it’s possible to raise money if the public gets interested in your project

#66

Do you own one coin only?

#67

I know they give support to the international students as well

#68

I really like the fact Zcash is anonymous and each cash coin can be exchanged for the other.

#69

ZCash is specially designed to help you keep transactions as private and anonymous as possible and ZCash is also ASIC-Resistant. So as for me it’s the best option.

#70

@A_Master Zcash is most defiantly NOT asic resistant.

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#71

Hmm, I heard the opposite

#72

You may heared it maybe 1-1.5 years ago, since than asic resistance has been abondaned and ZEC is mined 99.9% by asics, easy and simple as that …

If you have any doubts on my statement, just try to mine ZEC with a graphic card and let us know how it turned out :wink:

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#73

Thanks for letting me know! I really didn’t use Zcash for about a year.

#74

Have you ever had a hard time when withdrawing money due to KYC or other regulations?

#75

Yeah, that’s how they attract the inflow of minds into the country. I know some people who are ready to stay there for a long term because the conditions are good

#76

Agree with you. These are the main reasons why I chose Zcash

#77

Some people say that Zcash is not that private and anonymous, what do you think about that?

#78

It’s true, for any coin or token which has an official person or company behind…

#79

Where do you prefer to exchange?

#80

What’s ASIC? I thought it was connected to mining somehow