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ZetaChain (ZETA)

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ZetaChain (ZETA) Price Statistics

  • price

    Price (USD)

    $ 2.26
  • supply

    Circulating Supply

    ZETA 236.46875M
  • volume

    Volume (24h)

    $ 67.87068M
  • marketcap

    Market Cap

    $ 533.26942M
  • dry

    Low/High 24h

    $ 2.18 - $ 2.36
  • change

    Change (24h)

    -$ 0.095743

ZetaChain Crypto: Built-In Connectivity to All Blockchains

As the crypto market slowly comes out of the long recession, new projects keep emerging in the crypto space. One of them is ZetaChain. With its built-in capacity to interface with all current blockchains – from mainnet layers like Ethereum to non-smart contract chains like Bitcoin and Dogecoin – ZetaChain is a Layer-1 blockchain and smart contract platform. ZetaChain can handle assets, data, and liquidity across different networks using this omni-chain capacity, even if those networks don't have built-in smart contract functionality. Let’s take a closer look at Zeta Chain crypto and the project’s characteristics.

What Is ZetaChain Blockchain?

ZetaChain is a flexible blockchain platform that is unique in that it can function and communicate with other Web3 blockchain networks. By providing a single, safe platform for developers and users to interact with the whole crypto ecosystem, its strategy tackles the fragmented and compartmentalized character of the present crypto landscape.

ZetaChain's omni-chain smart contracts are the core of its invention. With their cross-chain interoperability, these contracts offer a centralized, seamless, and safe access to the whole cryptocurrency ecosystem. ZetaChain's smart contracts can coordinate data and finances across multiple networks, including Ethereum, Bitcoin, Cosmos, Tron, and others, making the process easier for both developers and consumers.

The ZETA token that powers ZetaChain is used for a number of purposes, including paying transaction fees, engaging in governance, and safeguarding the PoS network. ZetaHub, a comprehensive platform that allows users to interact with the blockchain and ecosystem, is a supplement to ZetaChain. In addition, the ZetaChain ecosystem features a strong community, a number of collaborations, and an ongoing funding program for developers of omnichain dApps.

ZetaChain Features

As a project, ZetaChain has a number of features:

  1. Decentralized and public. ZetaChain is a public, decentralized blockchain network. Tendermint Consensus and Cosmos SDK serve as its foundation. As opposed to many cross-chain solutions, such as bridges, which frequently rely on centralized trust models that are known to be vulnerable to hacks and exploits, ZetaChain is a Proof-of-Stake blockchain where every activity and transaction on the network, including cross-chain transactions, is completely transparent, verifiable, and operates with the least amount of trust possible.
  2. Hyper-connected nodes. Observers on ZetaChain nodes keep an eye on transactions on all linked chains. ZetaChain's TSS architecture enables the network to sign and validate transactions on all linked chains in the same way that a wallet would. These hyper-connected nodes offer developers a smooth omnichain environment upon which to construct innovative and potent cross-chain apps since they can read and write to linked chains in a secure, decentralized manner.
  3. Omnichain smart contracts. On ZetaChain, smart contracts with read/write capabilities to linked chains may be implemented natively. The first public blockchain that supports smart contracts with this feature is ZetaChain, opening up new possibilities for app creation.
  4. Cross-chain message passing. Simple function calls allow a developer to transfer messages (data and value) between chains and layers. A dApp developer can use message forwarding to create powerful cross-chain applications by simply implementing a few functions within their current smart contracts.
  5. Managed external assets. The assets and vaults of chains that are connected externally can be managed by the ZetaChain network and dApps that are developed on top of it. This makes it possible to manage assets on every chain in the same way that a smart contract on one chain can manage assets on that chain. Thus, a dApp on ZetaChain can coordinate and introduce smart contract logic into any chain that is connected. All chains, including those without smart contracts like Dogecoin and Bitcoin, have this feature.

ZETA Coin

The native cryptocurrency token of ZetaChain, ZETA, is used to fund cross-chain transactions, gas fees, and block rewards. It's also used to supply liquidity and reward liquidity providers (LPs) in the platform's main crypto pools. ZETA also functions as a governance token. Voting on significant network and policy changes impacting the protocol and its Layer-1 chain is available to ZETA holders.

The 2.1 billion tokens that were intended to be issued initially have already been produced. Of this, 31.5 million ZETA are allocated to the Genesis airdrop, which honors individuals who contributed to and used ZetaLabs prior to the mainnet launch of the platform. After a snapshot was obtained on August 20, 2023, over 800,000 participants were considered qualified.

ZETA's overall supply will stay set at 2.1 billion for the first four years. There will be a 2.5% annual supply inflation after that. The amount of ZETA that is in circulation at any given time will determine how much inflation will affect tokens. 

Who Is the Founder of ZetaChain?

The ZetaChain project was started in 2021 by Ankur Nandwani, a former member of the Coinbase team and the man behind the Basic Attention Token (BAT) cryptocurrency. In 2022, the platform initiated testnet operations. 

How Much Did ZetaChain Raise?

The investor community showed a great deal of interest in ZetaChain's novel idea of omnichain smart contracts shortly after, and in 2023 the project raised $27 million in venture capital funding. ZetaChain started its mainnet on February 1st, 2024.

What Is the ZETA Token Used For?

ZETA is used to pay transaction or gas fees on the ZetaChain blockchain. This includes transactions on ZetaChain's EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) as well as cross-chain transactions. ZETA transaction fees help defend the network from spam and DDoS attacks.

Is ZETA Token a Good Long-Term Investment?

Zetachain's future development plans include a core roadmap that focuses on additional chain connections, creative interactions with Bitcoin, and the maintenance of open-source libraries. The platform intends to broaden the scope of crypto applications across all blockchains, particularly in areas such as omni-chain DeFi primitives, Bitcoin collateralization, native token staking, and social/gaming/identity apps. Some experts believe that ZETA coin will develop and gain traction as time goes by. For instance, CoinEdition believes that by 2030, ZETA crypto can skyrocket to $57, while at its low it can cost at least $42.

Where Can I Buy ZETA Tokens?

StealthEX is here to help you buy ZETA crypto. You can do this privately and without the need to sign up for the service. Our crypto collection has more than 1400 different coins and you can do wallet-to-wallet transfers instantly and problem-free.

Just go to StealthEX and follow these easy steps:

  1. Choose the pair and the amount you want to exchange — for instance, BTC to ZETA. 
  2. Press the “Start exchange” button.
  3. Provide the recipient address to transfer your crypto to.
  4. Process the transaction.
  5. Receive your crypto coins.

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