Multi-Asset Encrypted Wallet
ZelCore keeps your assets safe. With support for 100+ assets including Zelcash (ZEL), Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC), Tether (USDT) and many more.
Support for Multiple Accounts
Our login system allows you to have multiple encrypted wallets and accounts on the same computer and to login on multiple devices while still maintaining privacy as we don't store any user information. Privacy is something we at Zel strongly believe in.
Light Node or Full Node. The Choice is Yours.
ZelCore gives you the power to choose if you want speed or advanced features. All wallets are available as light nodes, with the option to download the Full Node should you required the advanced features like shielded addresses, recovering existing wallets, and much more.
ZelCore users can utilise built-in ShapeShift, Changelly and Kyber exchanges. Swap cryptocurrencies directly inside the ZelCore platform on both Desktop and Mobile.
1.4.1 Release Notes
Version 1.4.1 Samuel
- Adds support for BZEdge fork.
- Adds support for Monero fork.
- Option to disable full node encryption is now for experienced users available.
- Gunthy is now available.
- ZelNodes section redesigned.
- Couple of minor tweaks.
- Fixes Safecoin sending issues.
- macOS full node wallet encryption is corrected and by default enabled! ATTENTION: Users that were used to mix Swing wallet and ZelCore wallet on macOS now either must choose their full node wallet or disable ZelCore encryption in settings!
- "Fixes not showing shieldable amount in full node.
- Couple minor fixes.
1.4.0 Release Notes
Version 1.4.0 Elise
- Full node tools section has been redesigned.
- Following full node binaries update: ZelCash, Test Coin.
- Following languages are now available: Russian, Chinese, Greek, German.
- Fixes wrongly displayed texts.
- Fixes replay protection between ETH/ETC chains.
1.3.8-10 Release Notes
Version 1.3.8-10 Hoi-An
- Groestlcoin is now available.
- ZelNodes are now available.
- Following binaries updated: Zclassic, Snowgem, Safecoin, Zcoin, Zcash, Test Coin, ZelCash, Bitcoin.
- German and Russian translation is now available.
- Various minor tweaks.
- Fixes erroring message of full node connection.
- Fixes not showing correct error message when transaction construction fails on Bithereum and Genesis coins.
- Fixes failover solution which was causing problems with logging for some users in restricted countries.
- Various minor fixes.
1.3.6 Release Notes
Version 1.3.6 Douglas
- Monero is now available.
- Ethereum classic now supports showing fees.
- Anon binaries updated.
- Various minor tweaks.
- Ethereum Classic backend service was malfunctioning.
- Fixes pasting.
- Fixes selecting wallet from dropdown menu on windows.
- Fixes full node Test Coin binaries on unix platforms.
- Various string fixes.
1.3.5 Release Notes
Version 1.3.5 Dibi
- Bithereum is now available.
- Hoovering over token shows its contract address.
- Settings section.
- Hiding and smartifying assets is now in Portfolio section.
- Commercium (CMM) is now available.
- Test Coin (TESTZEL) - ZelCash testnet is now available.
- ZelNodes management system in now avilable in full node of Test Coin.
- Transactions including private addresses are now better displayed.
- Following binaries updated: Dash, Genesis, Komodo, Raven, Snowgem, Horizen.
- Various minor tweaks.
- TrueUSD contract address fix.
- Fixes pasting.
- Zcoin unconfirmed balance is now disabled due to a backend issues.
- Various minor fixes.
1.3.4 Release Notes
Version 1.3.4 Denver
- Bithereum is now available.
- Anon binaries updated.
- An option to directly modify coin configuration file is now available in full node.
- It is now possible to Shield your coinbase transactions in full node.
- Exporting your ZelCash wallet is now available in full node.
1.3.3 Release Notes
Version 1.3.3 Austin
- Hoovering over token shows its contract address.
- Substratum had old contract address.
- Loopring decimals were failing to obtain as it is not following erc20 standard.
- Storj token fixes.
1.3.2 Release Notes
Version 1.3.2 Georgia
- New Stable Asset: Stasis EURS.
- New Help Center with Live Support, Forums and new reworked FAQ.
- Ethereum is now showing errored transactions.
- Zcoin is now correctly showin unconfirmed balance.
- Value per one asset added.
- Several minor tweaks.
- Fixes Kyber Exchange.
- Fixes import of address and dumping wallet in full node.
- Fixes ethereum/erc20 sometimes showing 10 times bigger value in fiat amount.
- Small minor fixes.
1.3.1 Release Notes
Version 1.3.1 Jaeger
- Fixes blank screen on some coins due to missing exception of contacts.
- Fixes sending issues on some ERC20 Tokens.
1.3.0 Release Notes
Version 1.3.0 Jaeger
- Multiple addresses.
- Better checks for locally stored contacts.
- Hard working indicators prohibiting multiple presses of send buttons and beginning of exchanges when previous one is ongoing.
- Several minor tweaks.
- BTCP binaries updated.
- Fixes update progress.
- Several UI and minor bug fixes.
1.2.5 Release Notes
Version 1.2.5 Papaja
- CoinSwitch exchange is now available.
- Proxy servers are now available
- Following ERC20 assets added: Digix Gold (DGX), Electrify (ELEC), Iconomi (ICN), WAX (WAX), EnjinCoin (ENJ), ChainLink (LINK), Loopring (LRC), Ripio Credit (RCN), Eidoo (EDO), Dentacoin (DCN), Data (DTA), Aurora (AOA), Theta (THETA), AdToken (ADT), Mainframe Token (MFT), ATLANT (ATL), Aragon (ANT), Aeron (ARN), Bread (BRD), Augur (REP), QuarkChain Token (QKC), LOOM (LOOM)
- Komodo, ZelCash, Zero, Snowgem Sapling ready release.
- Komodo now construct transactions with locktime specified for the ability of interest claim.
- Zero, ZelCash, Zcoin, Snowgem and Komodo full node binaries updated.
- Timeouts to some requests added.
- In case of corrupted full node blockchains, reindex will now start automatically.
- Full node configuration file was not generating correctly on Windows platform.
- Export to csv was corrected to take very large amount of transactions into consideration.
1.2.4 Release Notes
Version 1.2.4 Durian
- BZedge (BEZ) is now available.
- Zero (ZER) binaries updated.
- Genesis was showing 30 oldest transactions instead of 30 newest transactions.
1.2.3 Release Notes
- Payment note was mandatory.
1.2.2 Release Notes
Version 1.2.2 Ovechka
- Following assets added: Genesis (GENX), Proof Of Review (POR).
- BitcoinCash is now available and defaults to ABC version.
- Export to CSV option activated for all assets.
- d2FA accounts can now be accessed in offline mode as well.
- Better protection against flooding attacks.
- BitcoinCash contact addresses from successful transactions were saving in legacy format instead of CashAddr format.
1.2.1 Release Notes
Version 1.2.1 AirCrispX2
- An experimantal feature to export transactions to CSV has been added for some coins. We are looking for a feedback to completely activate this feature in the next release.
- A wrong iteration was preventing sending from full node.
- Fixes table overlapping on installation page.
1.2.0 Release Notes
Version 1.2.0 AirCrisp
- UI has been upgraded.
- Stable coins are now in a separate category.
- Close dialog has been added.
- Fiat rates have been reworked and few additional added.
- New auto updater.
- Following assets have been added: Ethereum Classic (ETC), CoinBene Coin (CONI), TOKOK (TOK).
- Changelly exchange has been upgraded to recent API and to reflect possible KYC requirement.
- Optimised performance for large transactions.
- Some fiat currencies were showing wrong value.
- Sending large amount of token sometimes resulted in an error.
1.1.3 Release Notes
Version 1.1.3a Sapling
- Following stable coins added: Paxos Standard, USD Coin, Gemini Dollar.
- Sapling is now supported in both light and full mode.
- Reworked backend of full node binaries installation.
- Following full node binaries updated: Zcash, Hush, Ravencoin.
- ShapeShift is temporarily disabled due to their KYC requirements.
- Cosmetic fixes.
- Fixes stuck at verification while installing a full node coin
- v1.1.3a fixes full node installation bug especially on macOS introduce in v1.1.3 and freeze issue when dealing with enormously large transactions.
1.1.2 Release Notes
Version 1.1.2 Hodler
- Adds a start-up splash screen.
- Fixes Doughnut flickering.
- Fixes white screen at start.
1.1.1 Release Notes
Version 1.1.1 Zel ID
- Zel ID zel: protocol allows easy authentication on websites and much more.
- Zel ID Message signing allows proving of particular zel identity.
- Zel ID d2FA is decentralised two factor authentication system making ZelCore the safest platform utilizing blockchain for securing accounts.
- Zel ID Easy Login allows simple loggining into your account with just a passphrase.
- Dash is now available in both lite and full node.
- Many fullnodes binaries updated: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Horizen, Bitcoin Gold, Komodo, Snowgem, Bitcore, Ravencoin, Anon.
- New interactive doughnut chart.
- A few asset names, asset logos corrected.
- Smart Portfolio button lets you easily add or hide assets depending on assets balance.
- Button for rolling back to default background or avatar added.
- Back Button in full node was not working properly giving false errors of daemon still running even though all actions have been successfully completed.
- If non zero balance asset was hidden, it still remained in the doughnut until account was reloged.
1.1.0 Release Notes
Version 1.1.0 ZelCore has arrived
- Rebrand to ZelCore.
- New icons.
- Upgraded backend.
- Custom QR generation in receiving tab.
- Allowing right click pasting in lite mode.
- Reworked input on sending page, displaying address instead of contact name.
- Transaction fees are now hidden by default. You can include them in the amount by clicking on confirmation column.
- Spaces are now automatically removed from addresses.
- Fiat currencies and WIF private keys can be filtered.
- ShapeShift ToS link updated.
1.0.11 Release Notes
Version 1.0.11 ZelTreZ SALT
- Fixes a bug when some ethereum tokens were occasionally impossible to send.
1.0.10 Release Notes
Version 1.0.10 ZelTreZ More?
- Following coins added: ANON.
- Zero binaries have been updated in order to support upcoming fork.
- Fiat rates backend site improvements.
- Errors are now saved to local log.log file.
1.0.9 Release Notes
Version 1.0.9 ZelTreZ More?
- Following ERC20 Tokens added: ArcBlock (ARC), AirSwap (AST), CoinFi (COFI), Dent (DENT), Po.Et (POE), Raiden (RDN), Request (REQ), Storm (STORM), TrueUSD (TUSD), Sirin (SRN), Polymath (POLY), ETHLend (LEND), Power Ledger (POWR.)
- Improved information on the ZClassic fork, ANON and how users can claim their ANON.
1.0.8 Release Notes
Version 1.0.8. ZelTreZ Hero to Hero!
- Following coins added: Zero (ZER), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), ZClassic (ZCL).
- Following ERC20 Tokens added: Kin (KIN), FunFair (FUN), Wings (WINGS), SALT (SALT), Status (SNT), MCO (MCO), Status (SNT), Decentraland (MANA), IOST (IOST), Storj (STORJ), AELF (ELF), DAI (DAI), Bancor (BNT), Aion (AION), Aeternity (AE), KuCoin Shares (KCS).
- Rates have been reworked to make less requests and peform better.
- Litecoin now support SegWit addresses and fees have been optimised due to it's network requirements.
- New Ravencoin fullnode binaries 2.0.4.
- Auto logout added by default for new accounts and by default is set at 15 mins. It can be enabled by existing accounts in settings.
- Improved coin management. Users can now add multiple assets at once and we have reorganised coins and ERC20 tokens separately and added a search bar.
1.0.7 Release Notes
Version 1.0.7. ZelTreZ grows!
- Following coins added: Thether (USDT), Bitcoin Private (BTCP), Kyber (KNC), Enigma (ENG), TenX (PAY), Substratum (SUB).
- A confirmation dialog is now showing when clicking full node button to prevent accidental clicks.
- Payment notes are now accessible in light mode in all coins except ethereum and tokens. You can receive and send coins with a short note attached to a transaction.
- Kyber - decentralized exchange for ethereum and its tokens added.
- New Ravencoin fullnode binaries in order to support upcoming hardfork.
- Sometimes it was possible that Zcoin showed wrong balance as some coins are staying in both states - confirmed and unconfirmed. User will now see only balance that is fully onfirmed by the network.
- When having a lot of activated ethereum tokens, the initial proccess of obtaining transactions was failing for a few tokens.
- Changelly status after a shift was not working properly.
- When firstly installing a full node coin a stuck at verification of the files may occured.
1.0.6 Release Notes
Version 1.0.6. ZelTreZ grows!
- Changelly exchange is now available.
- Following coins added: Stox, Civic, Zcoin, Komodo, Zen, Safecoin and Snowgem.
- Reindex option added to full node.
- New Zcash 1.1.2 full node binaries.
- Zcash private transaction in full node on windows were not working correcetly.
1.0.5 Release Notes
Version 1.0.5. ZelTreZ welcomes ShapeShift exchange and BitcoinGold!
- ShapeShift exchange is now available.
- BitcoinGold added.
- Version and installation details are now shown in help section.
1.0.4 Release Notes
Version 1.0.4. ZelTreZ is faster than ever!
- ZelCash has new binaries, now Algoswap ready.
- Following ERC20 tokens added: 0x, OmiseGo, BAT, Zilliqa, Golem.
- User now has the option to hide and add coins to their Portfolio as well as fully sort the coins order. Only coins showing in Portfolio are being synchronised.
- Performance improvements.
- Currently there are no bugs that we know of.
1.0.3 Release Notes
Version 1.0.3. ZelTreZ welcomes Bitcore (BTX)!
- Bitcore (BTX) added.
- Ethereum and Binance now utilises smart fees according to current network state.
- Maximum button added. Upon clicking calculates maximum amount possible to send.
- Sometimes Ethereum and Binance transaction were not showing success nor error message after creating a transaction.
1.0.2 Release Notes
Version 1.0.2. ZelTreZ welcomes Binance Coin (BNB) and brings full support for Zcash Overwinter transactions.
- Binance Coin (BNB) added.
- Ethereum now shows Contracts (eg. BNB token transfer).
- To make it consistent with other coins, Ethereum amount sent in transaction table now shows amount as a sum of actual amount and a transaction fee (previously only amount).
- Zcash transactions in light wallet are now also comaptible with Overwinter.
- In some cases when a light transaction was rejected by the network an error message was not displayed properly.
- Sometimes transaction table was not formatted properly.
1.0.1 Release notes
Version 1.0.1 provides new BitcoinZ daemon in order to stay on chain as of fork due to mining algorithm to Zhash. This update is mandatory for BitcoinZ full node users. During testing we have exporienced that local blockchain data might have to be deleted and ZelTreZ can not fixed that automatically. If you experience issues with BitcoinZ in full node mode, please check BitcoinZ debug.log file to indentify the error. This version also brings support to dump wallet for non privacy coins.
- Added option to dump wallet for non privacy (zcash forks) coins.
- Added option to select BTC as fiat currency.
- Fixed hard QR code scanning.
- Fixed typos.
- Fixed ethereum server error.
Which coins are supported in ZelCore?
As of version 1.4.0, we support:
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Bitcoin Gold (BTG)
Bitcoin Private (BTCP)
Basic Attention Token (BAT)
KuCoin Shares (KCS)
Bancor Token (BNT)
Power Ledger (POWR)
Raiden Network Token(RDN)
Request Network (REQ)
USD Coin (USDC)
Paxos Standard (PAX)
Gemini Dollar (GUSD)
Ethereum Classic (ETC)
CoinBene Coin (CONI)
Proof Of Review (POR)
Digix Gold (DGX)
Mainframe Token (MFT)
QuarkChain Token (QKC)
Ripio Credit (RCN)
STASIS EURS (EURS)
What is the Portfolio tab?
Portfolio hosts all the coins/tokens suported by ZelCore. To us a coin simply, click on its icon to bring you to the coins action page.
I see contacts after I click a coin, what are these?
These are your saved addresses. For example an exchange address. For coins with zk-SNARKS, you can have both Z-Addr (Shielded) or T-Addr (Transparent) saved in your contacts.
What is a Shielded Address?
A Shielded Address provides anonymous/private transactions using zk-SNARKS. All transactions send/received via that address will not be visible on an Explorer.
What are Full Nodes?
When you opt to run a full node wallet, ZelCore will download a full copy of the selected coins (blockchain and all). This is only recommened for those that want to use private, Z-addresses, as using full node will use up extra system resources (CPU and Storage.)
Do I need to run Full Nodes on each and every coin?
Only if you need to activate advanced feature such as importing your existing Private Key or to re-scan blockchains to import your previous (existing) wallet from another wallet apps.
Why does downloading 'proving keys' take so long?
Dependent on your internet connection, it could take some time for slow internet access.
I have the following error: sprout-proofing key failed to download, how do I fix it?
It will auto-download when you close and re-open ZelCore.
What are Peers, Height and Headers?
Peers displays how many peer-to-peer connections you have made with other fullnodes for the coin you have fullnode activated on.
Height is the blocks within the blockchain you are syncing. When it 100% synced, you should have see the most recent block height numbers as per your coins explorer.
Headers is the recent block height; when the wallet is 100% sync, you should see Height number equal to the Header numbers.
How many number of Peers are considered good/okay?
In general, you would see at minimum 2 up to 7 peers. Anything more than 5 peers is considered okay.
When activing fullnode, the wallet synced percentage (%) is climbing quite slow?
The blockchains downloaded from the coins P2P network of fullnode wallets. More fullnodes = more P2P ports to the internet = better download speed. In Zelcash's case, when ZelNodes are released in Q3 - Q4 2018, we can expect faster sync speeds.
How can I change the base currency from USD to BTC or other currency?
Click your profile and then select your base currency, from the drop down menu.
How can I add a picture to my profile?
Click your profile to add or change your profile picture.
How can I see my ZelCore private key, encryption key or WIF keys for activated coins?
Click your profile to view your private keys.
How can I create multiple accounts?
You can create new account on the launch page just before you login.
How to import my previous wallets?
You need to activate Full Node for the coin you wish to import, and then select Tools > Import My Private Key and/or Re-Scan Blockchains.
What does rescan blockchain means?
It allows ZelCore to sweep the blockchains to scan for available funds under all addresses within your private key.
What is private key?
A key to access your funds. If you lose it, you practically lost access to your fund. Treat your private key like the keys to your house, look after it and make sure you have a spare copy, stored somewhere safe.
What is encryted key?
TLDR: It's the key ZelCore uses to encrypt your wallets.
When you create an account using your nickname and password, ZelCore takes this password and create a salted hash from it.
ZelCore then adds your nickname to that and creates another salted hash from that value. This value (SHA256 hash) is the encryption key.
The encryption key is used to encrypt both contacts.json and wallet.dat files with AES-256-CTR algorithm.
When a user selects a coin in fullnode for the first time, ZelCore accesses the coins default path and reads its wallet.dat file. If the wallet.dat files exist and has not been used ZelCore creates a back up called (wallet.datBACKUPNICKNAME) file and uses it to accesses the addresses inside of the wallet.dat.
When you close ZelCore Fullnode it shuts down the coins daemon, and other fullnode processes. ZelCore then takes this wallet.dat and encrypt it with the encryption key and then gives the output of wallet.datNICKNAME. This allows multiple users to use the same PC.
How can I find the private key of either a Transparent or Shielded Address?
Go to Contacts and find Private Key link for each address.
How many MB of disk space is required to run ZelCore?
Initial setup requires less then 100 MB.
How may GB of disk space required to run ZelCore with all coins enabled?
Roughly 60 MB provided no fullnodes activated. It varies per coin, but it recommended not to download fullnode for coins other then those you require Z-addresses for. Zelcash fullnode requires about 700 MB at the moment. Zcash fullnode requires around 2GB at the moment. Bitcoin fullnodes could expected up to 300 GB. So it varies from coin to coin.
How to secure (encrypt/backup) my wallets?
The wallet is encrypted and backed up by default. The only state when the wallet is unencrypted is when you are logged on to the wallet. So it's adviseable to quit/exit ZelCore when you are not using it to allow ZelCore to encrypt and back-itself-up.
How can I use the exchange feature?
Currently ZelDex is not available on ZelCore. ZelDex is under development and will be available sometime in Q4 of 2018 - Q1 of 2019. It will be an easy and simple decentralized exchange, which will be available on ZelCore and a web interface.
I forgot my username/password. How can I recover them?
ZelCore does not keep a copy of unencrypted password locally nor remotely. Due to this feature, there's no way to retrieve the password nor to change it. When you lose (or forget) either username or password, you will lose access to your wallet PERMANENTLY. Thus it is IMPORTANT and IMPERATIVE that you keep a copy of your information somewhere safe.
What is the Apps tab?
This section is slated to be a decentralized application (dApps) store and sandbox in a future ZelCore release. Keep an eye on this section.
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