1. gregbnz

    Kiora! from NZ

    I'm learning about ZEC. I've just started mining. Looking for more info and doing research about wallets, mining and then trading. I've decided on JAXX after reading a post to this forum after a Google search. Then decided to join this community! Thanks for reading. gregbnz
  2. evo

    Bitcoin wallet, Jaxx, unofficial position on the Bitcoin hard fork

    The popular digital currency wallet, Jaxx, hasn't released any official statement regarding the upcoming Bitcoin hard fork, however employees of Jaxx have made the following statements:
  3. V4Vendetta

    WARNING: Jaxx wallet unsafe, major security flaw exposed

    "According to a recent post, it is evident the Jaxx wallet has a big of a problem. To be more specific, anyone with access to your computer can extract the mnemonic phrase which serves as a wallet backup. This can be obtained through both direct and remote access alike. It is a very disturbing...
  4. evo

    Co-Founder of Bitcoin Foundation, Charlie Shrem, joins Jaxx wallet

    The Bitcoin Foundation co-founder joins forces with his close friend, the co-founder of Ethereum. Decentral, developers of the universal blockchain wallet Jaxx, just announced that Bitcoin pioneer Charlie Shrem will join the company as Director of Business & Community Development. With this...
  5. evo

    Jaxx wallet to include Ripple, Monero, Siacoin, PIVX, and many more

    Jaxx, a popular digital currency wallet, has announced full plans to add Ripple, Monero, PIVX, Siacoin, and many more cryptocurrencies to their product offerings. Jaxx wants to be the ultimate blockchain dashboard. Jaxx has revealed its future roadmap will include working with the following...
  6. evo

    Mining ZEC Zcash on a Mac

    This is a how to guide for mining Zcash on a Mac. Here are the technical specifications for the Mac I used for mining: 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7 Processor 16 GB 1600 Mhz DDR3 Memory AMD Radeon R9 M370X 2 GB Video Card MacOS Sierra 10.12.4 Step 1) Install Zcash Wallet on your Mac The first step...