Frequently Asked Questions

We have compiled a list of questions that users in our community commonly ask. If you have a question or query you can not find below, feel free to join our Discord community or reach out directly to us. 

What is ZED?

ZED is a digital horse racing game where players can build a stable of racehorses by buying, breeding, and racing digital racehorses. The ultimate goal in ZED is to create a legacy with a valuable stable full of winning and rare racehorses. The more you breed and race, the greater your legacy becomes. Once your stable is formed with at least one racehorse, you can earn a profit if you decide to sell, breed or race!

Is ZED just about racing?

ZED can be played in a variety of ways! Although racing does play a big part in ZED, players can choose to hold or breed their racehorses and still play an important role in the ecosystem.  

What is a stable?

The stable is where all of your purchased racehorses and foals will live and where creating your legacy begins. You will be able to share your stable of racehorses and performance data with others to see where you stand within the ZED community.

The stable acts as your ‘user account’ page where you can manage your racehorses and see all their statistics and transactions on the blockchain.

How do I get my hands on a racehorse?

ZED is releasing a limited number of Early Release Genesis racehorses. Once these Early Release Genesis racehorses sell out, the only way to purchase a racehorse is through ZED’s marketplace. These Early Release Genesis racehorses are extremely limited and ZED will not be releasing any more Genesis racehorses ever again.

How many racehorses are available from day one?

The total supply of Genesis racehorses that ZED is releasing is 38,000. There will only ever be 38,000 Genesis racehorses released by ZED. However, players can choose to breed their racehorses thereby creating more unique racehorses. 

What are Genesis racehorses?

Genesis racehorses simply represent the first 38,000 racehorses released by ZED. These Genesis racehorses are the purest and most rare racehorses.

What does Early Release mean?

In celebration of the official mainnet launch, ZED will be releasing 500 racehorses of each Z1 to Z10 Genesis. These Early Release racehorses will be sold at a fixed price and on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis. Anyone can participate in the Early Release. After the first 5,000 racehorses are sold, the remaining 33,000 racehorses will be sold via an auction system where users will determine the final price. 

How else can I buy a racehorse?

The Early Release racehorses are only available from ZED. If you are after the best racehorses on offer in ZED, the Early Release is the best place to make your first purchase.

Alternatively there are secondary marketplaces that we work with for the resale of ZED racehorses. One of these marketplaces is OpenSea. If there is a ZED racehorse already in circulation it will likely be available on OpenSea. Please note OpenSea charge a fee of 2.5% which may vary. It is important to understand that ZED has no control over the prices set by owners selling their racehorse on OpenSea so expect them to be much higher than the original purchase price. 

When ZED launches its own auction marketplace in late 2019, there will be an additional 33,000 racehorses made available in our very own marketplace. You will also be able to buy racehorses from other users when the ZED auction marketplace opens. Prices may also be significantly higher than they are today as prices will be determined by the users within the ZED community.

How do ZED auctions work?

Once launched, there will be two types of auctions; Foundation Auctions and User Auctions, in which racehorses will be sold to the public.

The ZED auction system is designed as a rolling auction system. 

Foundation Auctions will work as a rolling auction system to sell the remaining 33,000 Genesis ZED racehorses. A total of 100 racehorses will  for sale at any one time. The auction timer starts when the first bid is made, leaving a window of 8 hours to attract the highest bid. If a racehorse has no bids within 12 hours it is rolled off the auction list and replaced with another racehorse.

User Auctions are initiated by ZED racehorse owners where the user sets the minimum reserve price and the length of the auction which is 3, 5 or 7 days. Once a user places their racehorse into an auction, they cannot take it out until the auction duration selected has lapsed. 

What should I look for when buying a racehorse?

There are two main criteria to look for when purchasing a racehorse in ZED; bloodline and genotype. The rarer your bloodline is and the closer your thoroughbred is to its ancestors, the more desirable it will be for breeding and the better it will perform on the racetrack when live racing launches in 2019. 

Why are bloodlines and genotypes important?

Every single racehorse in ZED encompasses a bloodline and genotype. Bloodline and genotype hold similar weights when determining how well your thoroughbred will perform. These two characteristics are the DNA makeup of all thoroughbreds. Some bloodlines and genotypes combinations will be more valuable than others, which will affect your racehorses value, performance in the stud farm and performance on the race track when live racing launches in 2019.

What is a bloodline?

There are four bloodlines in ZED; Nakamoto, Szabo, Finny and Buterin. Each bloodline has certain qualities and differing levels of rarity. There are 28 possible breeding combinations with only 4 types of bloodline outcomes. To learn more about bloodlines, check out our two part blog post here and here.

What is a genotype?

Genotype is used to determine how far an offspring is away from its ancestors. Genotype is denoted by making reference to a racehorse’s ZED number. The closer your thoroughbred is to their ancestors, the lower the ZED number is. Subsequently, the lower the ZED number is, the higher the degree of purity that is retained. At the launch of ZED, there will be a total of 38,000 thoroughbreds panning from Z1 to Z10. 

Z1 to Z10 will be the rarest thoroughbreds that will ever exist on ZED in terms of bloodline and genotype. Therefore, the closer your thoroughbred is to its ancestors, the better your racehorse will perform on the track and in the stud farm. For a more detailed look into genotypes, check out our blog post here.

What are breed types?

There are six different breed types in ZED. The first 38,000 racehorses released by ZED are known as Genesis breeds. Genesis breeds are the rarest breed types in ZED and cannot ever be bred again. The other breed types that exist in ZED are known as Legendary, Exclusive, Elite, Cross and Pacer with each breed type encompassing a different level of rarity.  

What are the breeding limits?

To protect and preserve the value of racehorses in the ZED ecosystem, the ability to breed foals are limited. A female racehorse (i.e. filly or mare) has the ability to produce the 2 foals per month, where as a male racehorse (i.e. colt or stallion) have the ability to sire 7 offspring per month. 

The breeding cycle starts from the date the racehorse is created.

Is there a breeding fee?

Yes. A breeding fee is applicable and is deducted from the minimum price set by the male racehorse. The majority of the breeding fee is collected by the male racehorse with the remaining fee being split between ZED and a prize pool which can be fully audited at any time. For a more in depth overview of breeding and associated fee’s please head over this our blog here.

Why is there a minimum breeding price?

Minimum breeding price refers to the lowest amount you can set when placing your male racehorse into the stud farm. The minimum breeding price is calculated by ZED taking into consideration the bloodline, breed type and genotype of the male racehorse as well as how long you leave your racehorse in the stud farm for.

The reason for a minimum breeding price is to protect the value of all racehorses in the ZED community. This can be particularly challenging in a rapidly growing ecosystem which has many players with different game budgets. Not dissimilar to traditional horse racing, it is natural that racehorses will obtain different prices with some being high, and others being lower. The performance and attributes of these horses will also vary, which mostly, but not always, will reflect in their racing performance. Therefore, to ensure accessibility to the game and maintaining racehorse value, we have introduced a minimum breeding price.

If ZED was to remove the minimum breeding price, breeding would occur more frequently at a lower price, therefore devaluing the current stock of racehorses.

How do I breed with my own racehorses?

To breed with your own racehorse still requires you to place your horse in the stud farm, set a minimum price and select the duration of your stay. If you choose to breed within your own stable, the minimum breeding price you have set will be automatically discounted by 35%.

The reason ZED places a fee on breeding with your own stable is that it prevents players from over breeding cheaply and consequently devaluing the stock of horses within the ZED ecosystem (i.e. if you can breed a Z2 for less than it costs to buy a Z2 from the marketplace or early release, then there is no incentive to buy these horses).

Why is breeding public?

Whilst breeding with your own stable will require you to make your horse available to the public to breed within the first version, an update to the stud farm will be made in the near future to allow private breeding. The future private breeding function will allow breeding within your own stable without making the Stallion available to others to breed with. It will however not include the opportunity to restrict the breeding to another stable that is not your own.

Are there any cool down periods when breeding?

There are no cool-down periods in ZED because we have introduced breeding limits on both the male and female racehorses.

What are gender types?

There are 4 levels of gender in ZED which are; Colt, Stallion, Filly and Mare.

A male racehorse can be a colt (i.e. a virgin racehorse) or a stallion (i.e. a racehorse that has a foal). Subsequently, a female racehorse can be a filly (i.e. a virgin racehorse) or a mare (i.e. a racehorse that has bred a foal). 

Therefore, all racehorses are born as either a Colt or Filly. 

Are there any other factors to consider when purchasing a racehorse?

Yes. In addition to bloodline, breed type and genotype, ZED uses different performance statistics to measure the overall value of your thoroughbred and its ability to perform on the racetrack such as; race starts, race wins, buy-in to races, the bloodline of parents, number of offsprings created and the performance of the offspring you have created.

Therefore when combined, the more favourable the thoroughbreds bloodline, genotype and race statistics are, the more economic value and in-demand your racehorse will have in the marketplace and stud farm.

How much does a racehorse in ZED cost?

To buy your first thoroughbred, you need to have Ethereum in your digital wallet. In order to get Ethereum, you need to convert a traditional form of currency (e.g. AUD, USD, CAD, GBP etc…) into Ethereum from an exchange. If you are unsure of how to do this, we have explained it comprehensively in this FAQ.

The Early Release racehorses will be the only ever thoroughbreds on ZED that will sell for a fixed price. 

All racehorses in the marketplace when the platform launches in 2019 will be sold via an auction system where the minimum reserve price will be set by the racehorse owner and the final price will be determined by the community and the final bidder.

What is my racehorse worth?

The value of your thoroughbred is one very important factor in creating a long lasting legacy. The value of your thoroughbred is made up of differing attributes ranging from; genotype, bloodline, career results, career starts, mothers bloodline and genotype and fathers bloodline and genotype.

Therefore when combined, the more favourable the thoroughbreds bloodline, genotype and race statistics are, the more economic value and in demand your racehorse will have in the marketplace and breeding stud farm.

How do I sell my racehorses?

Once the Auction Marketplace launches on ZED in early 2019, you will be able to sell your racehorse. We have made ZED really easy and intuitive to use. If you want to sell your thoroughbred, simply put it up for sale in the Auction Marketplace and set the minimum amount of Ether you want to receive. If your racehorse is desirable to other users, they may be willing to pay more for it. The sale price of your thoroughbred is set by you, the owner. The racehorse is then auctioned off to the public within the ZED community, with the racehorse going to the highest bidder within the specified time period. The purchaser pays the amount plus the gas fee. ZED takes a 8% fee from every sale and the seller receives the remaining funds.

Furthermore, it is important to note that once a bid is placed on a racehorse, you cannot cancel the bid.

ZED is a blockchain application, so can I sell my racehorse somewhere else?

Yes. We recommend using our preferred partner, OpenSea to trade racehorses (fixed price or auction).  Visit www.opensea.io to start!

Please note OpenSea charge a fee of 2.5% which may vary. It is important to understand that ZED has no control over the prices set by owners selling their racehorse on OpenSea so expect them to be much higher than the original purchase price. 

How do I breed my thoroughbred?

Breeding occurs in the Stud Farm, which will be launching in early 2019. Only female thoroughbreds (e.g. Mares’ or Fillies) can choose who they want to breed with. Owners of male thoroughbreds (e.g. Stallions’ and Colts’) can offer their racehorse to be bred with and earn a service fee, in ether, if a female thoroughbred wishes to mate. All breeding prices are set by the male thoroughbred. ZED takes a 10% fee in order to create the offspring.

Female thoroughbreds need to take into consideration the male thoroughbreds profile before making a decision. The value of the offspring you are about to create will depend on both, the male and females thoroughbred profiles as these are passed down to its offspring. A thoroughbred profile is essentially the characteristics of any given thoroughbred such as genotype, bloodline, race wins, colour, ancestors bloodline and race starts. 

How many times can a racehorse breed?

A male thoroughbred can be put into the Stud Farm a maximum of 240 times per year. A female thoroughbred can breed up to a maximum of 48 times per year. Please note the majority of the breeding fee goes straight to the male thoroughbred, but the female thoroughbred gets to keep the offspring.

When I do breed, can I select what gender my thoroughbred will be?

Firstly, when you breed and create an offspring, the gender of your thoroughbred will either be a Colt or a Filly. Once that Colt or Filly breeds, then their gender status changes to Stallion or Mare. Therefore a Colt can Breed with a Mare, or a Stallion can breed with a Filly. However, just like in the real world, you cannot choose what gender your offspring will be.

What are the different gender types that a racehorse can have?

For simplicity, genders are defined as Stallion (male father), Mare (female mother), Colt (male virgin) or Filly (female virgin).

Can my racehorse breed with anyone?

No. Your racehorse cannot breed with its parents, children or grandparents.

What is racing in ZED?

ZED will be introducing live thoroughbred racing on the blockchain! The more your racehorse participates in these races, the better it will become thus increasing your chances of earning a larger return and creating a stable that will be the envy of others. 

Racing in ZED is exciting and unique. A total of no more than twelve thoroughbreds will race in each race. Eight thoroughbreds will be selected at random via a lottery, with 4 spots available to users who wish to ‘buy-in’ into a race. The buy-in price will vary depending on the type of race. Races are split into three categories: Group I, II and III races with Group I races being the most sought after. 

What do Group I, II and III races mean?

Just like in the real world, there are different group races that your thoroughbred can race in. All races in ZED are classified as either a Group I, Group II or Group III race. Group I races are the most lucrative and beneficial to your racehorse, followed by Group II and then Group III. Group races are play a significant role in ZED because it helps determine the overall value of your racehorse. 

Group I races in ZED do not come by often and you are encouraged to buy-in to these races so that you can maximise your racehorse’s potential. 

What is a lottery?
Eight of the twelve gates in every ZED race will be determined by a lottery style selection process. Eight horses from the ZED community will be chosen randomly to enter into each race. The remaining four places will be available via a buy-in/pay to race system. Different races will hold different levels of prestige so if there is a race you want your racehorse to run in, you will have the opportunity to buy into these races in order to maximise your racehorses’ legacy.

How often will races be scheduled?

When live racing is launched in 2019, races will be running globally, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Races are scheduled by ZED and therefore the number of races and race times will differ. The race schedule page will show upcoming races, which horses are running and you will also be able to buy into a race if you cannot wait to be randomly selected! 

What is a buy-in? 

From the race schedule page, any race that you click on will show you what thoroughbreds have been selected to race. If your thoroughbred has not been selected to race, you can buy in/pay to race though an auction system. There will be four available pay to race gates available up until moments prior to the commencement of each race. The four highest pay to race bidders will be chosen to race. Bidding closes when the racehorses jump. If the pay to race gates are not filled, another racehorse is selected for the gate position. 

Are races and race outcomes fair?

The core reason for building ZED on the blockchain is to ensure a provably fair racing system for users within the community. All race outcomes are determined by a dynamic algorithm to ensure races are exciting, fair and of course, unpredictable.

Are races handicapped?

Yes. ZED’s dynamic algorithm will automatically be applied and weighted to all races to balance the field and to ensure a level of unpredictability, fairness and excitement to all racehorse owners.  

When will racing launch?

Racing is scheduled to launch in 2019.

Why does ZED take a fee on all transactions?

ZED vision is to revolutionise the way online community games are played and imagined. The funds generated from users will be used to grow ZED into a market leading dApp in order to pioneer mainstream adoption of the blockchain. The team at ZED believe in blockchain technology but noticed early on that for mass adoption to take place, a ‘killer’ dApp is needed to draw an audience. ZED fees are a fixed 10% which may vary from time to time without notice as per ZED’s Terms.

Is ZED safe to play?

Yes. ZED utilises Smart Contracts to record thoroughbred ownership and will be tracked via the use of the Ethereum blockchain and ZT ERC 721 non-fungible tokens. All thoroughbred data (bloodline, genotype, gender, colour, number of offsprings and race statistics) will be stored in the smart contract. Given that all ZED thoroughbreds are tokens that live within the blockchain, they can be bought or sold digitally, with a guarantee of ownership. In other words, you are the sole owner of a digital racehorse. Head over to ZED’s Privacy to understand what information is collected. 

What do I need to play?

You need three simple things to get started; a computer, laptop or desktop device that uses Chrome, Firefox or Brave, a digital wallet and Ethereum (digital currency).

Can I play on a mobile device?

You can view and explore the ZED platform on a mobile and tablet device, however you can only transact (i.e. access your stable, buy, sell and breed) through a desktop computer. We are working on a safe and secure mobile friendly version of  ZED that we will be deploying soon! 

Can I use a different browser?

ZED strongly recommends sticking with Chrome, Firefox or Brave. Although you can user other browser types, ZED cannot guarantee that you will get the best possible experience.

What is a digital wallet?

In essence, a digital wallet acts in the same manner as a bank account so be sure to keep it safe and do not forget or give out your password or seed words.

Installing your digital wallet is easy with ZED as we proudly support MetaMask. Once you have installed MetaMask, you will need to put money in your wallet to be able to buy and breed thoroughbreds in the ZED community. If you are unsure who to put money in your digital wallet, do not panic as we have got you covered!

What are seed words? Why are they important?

Some wallets use seed words instead of a password. They let you restore your account in the case it’s deleted. This also means that anyone with your seed words can access your account and steal your assets. Please be sure to save your seed words, and do not share them with others. 

What if I forget the password to my digital wallet?

ZED does not control your digital wallets in any way, shape or form so please ensure you keep your password stored somewhere safely. 

ZED cannot assist you if you lose your login password as we do not, and cannot store any users digital wallet details. 

Why can’t ZED reset my password?

Digital wallets are not controlled by ZED and this is why you can rest assured that any thoroughbreds you purchase, trade or breed are 100% yours. Think of ZED as a facilitator rather than a ‘middleman’. Furthermore, your thoroughbreds are safe and secure in your digital wallet and only you have 100% ownership. 

What is a “wallet address”?

Your public wallet address (e.g. 0xaba935f589805095a892ecefdb6eb83eff45d67) is a unique set of alphanumeric digits for your wallet. It’s like a name or even like a bank account address. You can share your wallet address freely with others if you want to purchase goods or if you want someone to send cryptocurrencies.

What is Ethereum? Is it a digital currency?

Ethereum or Ether or ETH is a digital currency that powers the Ethereum network, which is what ZED is built on. Ether acts like any other currency or stock where the value of it goes up and goes down depending on the market. 

Is Ethereum, Ether and ETH the same thing?

Yes. 

Etherem is the network where the smart contracts are stored on a public ledger.  Ether and ETH refer to the token used within the Ethereum network. 

Where do I buy Ethereum from?

Once you have set up a digital wallet, you are now ready to top it up with Ether!

What you need to do is convert your currency (e.g. AUD, USD, CAD, GBP etc…) into Ether so you can play ZED on the Ethereum network. Ethereum is one of the most popular blockchain networks, second to only Bitcoin and it is very common for a lot of products to be built on the Etheruem network. Some wallets let you buy currency directly, depending on the wallet and where you live. If your wallet does not let you buy currency, you will need to purchase Ether from an exchange and then transfer the Ether from your exchange wallet to your digital wallet. You cannot use traditional currencies (e.g. AUD, USD, CAD, GBP etc…) to directly buy a racehorse in ZED; currencies need to be converted into ETH first.

What exchanges can I use to buy Ether?

There are many exchanges in which you can buy Ether from. For beginners, the easiest to use sites are Coinbase, CEX.io and Coinspot (Australian customers only) and they all support direct bank transfers or credit card payments.

What is an exchange?

An exchange is a place where you can convert normal fiat money such as USD, AUD, CNY or EUR into different forms of crypto currencies or tokens, including Ether. ZED has no affiliations with any exchanges.

How long does it take to receive Ether?

If it is your first time purchasing Ether, your exchange will need to verify your identify; that can take upto two days. When the exchange has verified your identity, you can then link a credit card or even your bank account. When you commit to buy Ether from an exchange, the amount you purchased should appear almost instantly in your wallet. 

What is a Gas fee?

Every transaction on the blockchain inherits a small fee to process the smart contract. This is known as a ‘gas’ fee. Gas fees refers to the cost to do a transaction on the blockchain. Therefore, since transactions are secured on the Ethereum blockchain, it costs a small fee for its miners to process the transaction. This ‘gas’ fee applies to every transaction in ZED.

How long does it take for the thoroughbred I just bought or bred to appear in my account?

Given that ZED runs on the blockchain, it may take between five (5) minutes to two (2) hours for the thoroughbred to appear in your wallet. You will be given a transaction ID which means you can check the status of your transaction at any time via Etherscan. Transactions on the blockchain can take a few minutes to process and then it can take a few more minutes for our website to sync with the blockchain. But please do not stress! If the transaction was successful your thoroughbred belongs to you and it will show up. The blockchain does not and will never lie. 

I sold and or bred a racehorse. Where is my ETH?

If you successfully bred or sold a thoroughbred through ZED, you will be notified by email and be given a transaction ID. Since the user paid for the breeding or purchase through our smart contract system, the payment is not reflected as a typical IN/OUT transaction in Etherscan. Etherscan is a read-only interface for the Ethereum network that shows all events on the blockchain. To see the Ether generated from ZED auctions, check the Internal Transactions tab for your address in Etherscan.

I cannot access my wallet. Can you recover my thoroughbreds?

The short and long answer is no. 

If you lose access to your wallet, we cannot recover your thoroughbreds. It is not an issue of it being against our policy or being too difficult; it is literally impossible. ZED’s smart contracts secure each thoroughbred so that the developers cannot edit, access, or reassign them. This protects your thoroughbred from hackers and anyone else who would want to steal them.

Where is my offspring? I bred two thoroughbreds but the offspring is not showing up!

This all depends on how busy the ZED network but good things come to those who wait! It typically does not take too long for your offspring to appear in your account.

If your breeding is successful, that means the transaction has gone through and will be processed by the blockchain. 

Where do I go to check my transaction?

When you sign into ZED, you create a stable and a dedicated activity page. The stable shows a list of all the thoroughbreds you own and the associated transaction hash/ID (i.e. smart contract). 

All transactions made in ZED such as buying, selling, breeding and racing outcomes will be tied to a transaction hash/ID on the blockchain that can be traced by using Etherscan, giving you comfort and security over ownership and the transfer of Ether. 

The activity page will display all your other interactions in ZED so you can check the status of your transaction on the blockchain.

The transaction hash/ID in your stable and activity is a clickable link that will redirect you to Etherscan showing your transaction on the blockchain.

What is Etherscan?

Etherscan tells you everything that has happened on the Ethereum blockchain. The purpose of this is that it helps you verify if your transactions (e.g. selling, buying, breeding) were successful, and tracks other helpful details about the transactions. Visit Etherscan to see what is happening on the blockchain. 

Why did my transaction fail?

If your transaction failed, it was probably because someone else bought or bred with the thoroughbred at the same time as you. Other possible reasons a transaction might fail include:

– manually setting the gas limit too low or,

– bidding on an ascending auction that increases the price of the thoroughbred before your bid goes through.

My transaction failed but it still charged me gas.

Gas is paid whenever a request is processed on the blockchain. Even if a transaction fails, it still takes computing power to determine whether or not the transaction can succeed. The Ethereum network charges gas for the operations executed up until the transaction fails. These transaction fees are not paid to the ZED, but to the Ethereum network and miners, so do not hate on us!

My transaction timed out.

When a transaction “times out,” it doesn’t mean the transaction has failed, only that the Ethereum network is very busy. As a result, ZED will not update until the transaction is finalised in the network. This can occur because of high gas prices or a spike in network congestion. 

Tell me more about ‘gas’.

‘Gas’ is a shorthand used to describe the cost of powering a transaction or contract in Ethereum, which is the blockchain network that ZED is built on.

Because blockchain is decentralized, every transaction is distributed through multiple computers, not a central server. This ensures each thoroughbred is safe. Also, it also takes a lot of computational power, which is covered by the cost of gas.

‘Gas’ is composed of two parts: Gas Price and Gas Limit. 

Gas Price is what you offer to pay the miners (in a tiny measurement of ether called “GWEI”) for each operation to execute the smart contract. 

Gas Limit is how many operations you allow the blockchain and its miners before your transaction “runs out” of gas and fails. 

An important note, please do not change the gas limit. The limit is generated by MetaMask. Lowering the gas limit means you do not give the Ethereum miners enough computational power to process your transaction, which can cause your transaction to “run out of gas” and fail.

To learn more about gas, refer to this great article by Meta Mask.

How much does gas cost?

In short, 1 GWEI= 1/1,000,000,000th of an ether, which is very cheap.  The average cost of gas in ZED can range between $0.07 USD and $1.00 USD depending on the congestion of the network. 

I didn’t receive Ether for a sale or my breeding fee

If you successfully bred or sold a thoroughbred through ZED, the other user definitely sent ether. Since the user paid for the siring or sale through our smart contract, the payment is not reflected as a typical IN/OUT transaction in Etherscan. To see the ether generated from ZED auctions, check the Internal Transactions tab in Etherscan. The time it takes for this Ether to hit your wallet will always vary from five (5) minutes to two (2) hours.  

Is ZED bitcoin?

ZED is NOT a cryptocurrency. ZED are digital racehorses which can be viewed as a digital asset on the Ethereum blockchain using ERC – 721 non-fungible tokens. A ZED thoroughbred belongs to the user, just like your house, car or boat belongs to you. No one can take it away from you. And just like in real life, the value of your ZED thoroughbreds is determined by the market and what other other people or users are willing to pay for it.

Help! My problem wasn’t addressed here. How do I contact the ZED team?

You can contact us at [email protected]. Please include any relevant IDs, links, or transaction hashes so we can support you as quickly as possible. You can also check our Discord community channel. Your fellow players are often just as helpful as we are, and usually much quicker at addressing your concerns.

What is Discord?

Our Discord group is the official gathering place for our community. Players come to learn about the game, chat about their strategies, and participate in community events. Join us!

Where do I find out about game updates?

We discuss all the happenings on our official Discord channel. You can also sign up for our newsletter to stay abreast of what is happening in the ZED universe. Be sure to also check out ZED’s official blog posts on Medium for game tactics and more.

How do I contact the ZED team?

You can contact us at [email protected]. Please include any relevant IDs, links, or transaction hashes so we can support you as quickly as possible.