Zold is an experimental community-driven project. It has a very ambitious technical roadmap. Join us in Telegram to make this plan real.

This is our current technical focus (most urgent are at the top):

  • Launch Telegram bot
  • Design automated stress tests and analyze their results
  • Packaged PUSH and FETCH
  • #315: Make UPDATE more efficient, via mtime()
  • Migrate “scoring farm” from Ruby to C/C++
  • #279: Wallet aliases
  • #235: More effective wallet spreading mechanism
  • #403: Make node errors visible via HTTP
  • #249: Node aliases for better visibility
  • #230: --trust for PUSH and PULL
  • #211: Help nodes stay visible for longer, if they are reliable
  • #176: Reactive HTTP requests
  • #181: Reboot on new RubyGems release
  • #140: HTTPS for the entire RESTful API
  • #280: Pro-active pulling of wallets
  • Release Java client API
  • #96: NScore for PULL
  • #74: Make local changes visible before PUSH
  • #43: Score graph
  • MongoDB backend
  • AWS DynamoDB backend
  • AWS S3 backend
  • Incremental HTTP protocol, to avoid traffic duplication
  • Mobile wallet (iOS and Android)
  • Mobile node


30 Jul
#412: Scores are being calculated in a separate process, which makes HTTP front-end a few times faster (but still pretty slow).

22 Jul
#399: PUSH, PULL, and UPDATE are multi-threaded now, which makes them much faster than before.

14 Jul
#402: Critical bugs with nodes connectivity were fixed, the network is stable (over 70 nodes).

8 Jul
This blog has been started and the first article has been published.

2 Jul
The first version of the Green Paper has been published.

16 Jun
We started to recruit Ruby developers on StackOverflow, to build a team.

28 May
The first transaction has been sent.

20 May
The first version of the White Paper has been published.

12 May
Version 0.1 has been released to RubyGems.

29 Jan
The idea was born. It became obvious that having our own cryptocurrency would be benefitial for Zerocracy.