A z-address is a ‘shielded,’ or privacy enhanced Zcash address. Transactions between one z-address and another do not reveal the parties’ addresses, the transaction amount, or the contents of the transaction’s memo field on the blockchain. A z-address utilizes zero-knowledge proof cryptography to achieve these features. z-addresses are interoperable with transparent z-cash addresses, which reveal the transacting parties’ addresses, transaction amount, and the contents of the transaction’s memo field. Users can therefore send transactions from private address to private address (two z-addresses), from transparent address (t-address) to private address (z-address), or from private address (z-address) to transparent address (t-address). z-addresses employ zk-SNARK cryptographic proof technology.
Ethereum (ERC20) : 0xa07719acddeEcD0760D201534849cB5dCe25C379