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Jack Grigg e778dc829b CI: Run tests with cargo-nextest 1 year ago
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components Add binary encoding for unified spending keys. 1 year ago
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zcash_client_backend zcash_client_backend: Add `WalletReadTransparent::get_transparent_receivers` 1 year ago
zcash_client_sqlite zcash_client_backend: Add `WalletReadTransparent::get_transparent_receivers` 1 year ago
zcash_extensions Remove redundant TryFrom/TryInto imports. 1 year ago
zcash_history Update to Rust 2021 and explicitly set MSRVs 1 year ago
zcash_primitives zcash_client_backend: Add `WalletReadTransparent::get_transparent_receivers` 1 year ago
zcash_proofs Update to Rust 2021 and explicitly set MSRVs 1 year ago
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Zcash Rust crates

This repository contains a (work-in-progress) set of Rust crates for working with Zcash.

Security Warnings

These libraries are currently under development and have not been fully-reviewed.


All code in this workspace is licensed under either of

at your option.

Downstream code forks should note that some (but not all) of these crates and components depend on the 'orchard' crate, which is licensed under the Bootstrap Open Source License. A license exception is provided allowing some derived works that are linked or combined with the 'orchard' crate to be copied or distributed under the original licenses (in this case MIT / Apache 2.0), provided that the included portions of the 'orchard' code remain subject to BOSL. See for details of which derived works can make use of this exception, and the files in subdirectories for which crates and components this applies to.


Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.