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Welcome to the Zhaka Platform

Create your own Financial World. Tailored for you by you. With only the services that you use. Zhaka is a ever-evolving platform.

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Phase I

  • Build the platform core
  • Creation of ZHK Wallets
  • Start of seed phase

Phase II (current)

  • Members Incentives
  • Governance Token (ZHKDAO)
  • Enable Staking

Phase III

  • Distribution of the token through member networking (zRevNet)
  • Enable ZHK wallet transactions

Phase IV

  • Digital-goods Marketplace
  • Creation of Side-Chine and Pipelining
  • Release of Mobile App with Merchant and Consumer displays

Phase V

  • Listing on decentralized and centralized exchanges

Phase VI

  • Borrowing and Lending Platform (Microfinance)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the ZHAKA token?

ZHAKA Token is the utility token that makes the ZHAKA ecosystem work. It is built on the Cardano network and it will be govern with a number of smart contracts written in the language Plutus. Currently the smart contracts are on the testnet and more information about them will be available shortly.

What does ZHAKA means?

You want peace and harmony in all aspects of your life. You want to devote your life to someone or something. You need friends and society. You appreciate the refinements of life. You desire comfort and security.

What is a WalletMain?

A wallet is defined by a unique code that represents its “address” on the blockchain. The wallet address is public, but within it is a number of private keys determining ownership of the balance and the balance itself. It can exist in software, hardware, paper or other forms.


The blockchain is made up of blocks. Each block holds a historical database of all cryptocurrency transactions made until the block is full. It’s a permanent record, like a bag of data that can be opened and viewed at any time.


The blockchain is a digital ledger of all the transactions ever made in a particular cryptocurrency. It’s comprised of individual blocks (see definition above) that are chained to each other through a cryptographic signature. Each time a block’s capacity is reached, a new block is added to the chain. The blockchain is repeatedly copied and saved onto thousands of computers all around the world, and it must always match each copy. As there is no master copy stored in one location, it’s considered decentralized.

Genesis Block

The first or first few blocks of a blockchain.

Genesis WalletMain

The first wallet of the network containing all the supply of a given token.


If a transaction request comes with a rule delaying when it can be processed to a certain time or certain block on the blockchain, that is referred to as the locktime.


The value of cryptocurrency moved from one entity to another on a blockchain network.


Every cryptocurrency coin has a unique address that identifies where it sits on the blockchain. It’s this address, this location, at which the coin’s ownership data is stored and where any changes are registered when it is traded. These addresses differ in appearance between cryptocurrencies but are usually a string of more than 30 characters.

Block Explorer

An online tool for exploring the blockchain of a cryptocurrency, where you can watch and follow, live, all the transactions happening on the blockchain. Block explorers can serve as blockchain analysis and provide information such as total network hash rate, coin supply, transaction growth, etc.


The process of encrypting and decrypting information.


The liquidity of a cryptocurrency is defined by how easily it can be bought and sold without impacting the overall market price.


The origin point from which you created your wallet ID. Usually, a seed is a phrase or a series of words that can be used to regenerate your wallet ID if you lose it. Something to keep very secret.

Transaction Fee

Usually very small fees given to the miners involved in successfully approving a transaction on the blockchain. This fee can vary depending on the difficulty involved in a transaction and overall network capabilities at that moment in time. If an exchange is involved in facilitating that transaction, it could also take a cut of the overall transaction fee.

White Paper

A detailed explanation of a cryptocurrency, designed to offer satisfactory technical information, explain the purpose of the coin and set out a roadmap for how it plans to succeed. It’s designed to convince investors that it’s a good choice ahead of an ICO.


Slang term for a cryptocurrency making them more relatable. In reality cryptocurrencies are entirely virtual and have no physical representation. Often used to distinguish cryptocurrency functioning as money rather than tokens with narrow use cases on a specific blockchain.


A new kind of internet money with no controlling central authority which is instead uses blockchains to record transactions and issue currency. Blockchains are secured by cryptography and consensus mechanisms, hence the term crypto

Cryptocurrency Exchange

An online service, usually website, mobile app or API, that facilitates for a fee, the exchange of fiat currencies for cryptocurrencies, or the exchange between different cryptocurrencies. There are two exchange models CEX (Centralised Exchange) or DEX (Decentralised Exchange).


A type of cryptocurrency that has a specific use case within a blockchain ecosystem, rather broader use as money.

Token Distribution

The allocation of tokens specific to a new cryptocurrency project when it is launched. Usually dispersed among founders, investors, staff, the community and for operational/marketing requirements.

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