How can I claim the ZENF tokens I purchased on Presale?

ZENF tokens can only be purchased through the Zenland official token website at

To claim your allocated tokens follow the steps below.

Step 1.

Go to and get to the bottom of the page – to the “Claim” form;

Step 2.

Click “Connect” to connect to Metamask.

Step 3.

Select a presale round and click “Claim”. Note that this button remains the “Get Info” button until the vesting period starts. 

Quick info:

✓ ZENF token is the ERC-20 utility token of the Zenland escrow ecosystem bridged to BSC. 

✓ Minting address on Ethereum: 0xE9b7B5D5e8d2BCC78884F9F9099bfA42A9e5c1A5

✓ Bridging address on Binance Smart Chain: 0x382EC3F9F2E79b03abF0127f3Aa985B148cEf6d7

✓ Read Zenland whitepaper for details about the project.

Investors who purchased ZENF tokens on Round I and Round II Presale are able to claim their tokens once a 3-month cliff ends and a vesting period begins.  

Keep in mind that the timelines are different for participants of both rounds.

✓ Round I investors can start claiming on July 1, 2023. 
✓ Round II investors can start claiming on August 1, 2023.

Until then, investors can check their addresses in vesting contracts through the Claim Form on the official token page. Once the vesting period has started, presale investors will be able to claim tokens through the same form. 

Vesting is a gradual release of the allocated token amount over 3 months time in equal amounts.

You can get more information on the cliff and vesting for ZENF token on the official page.

I cannot connect Metmask to Zenland. Why?

Metamask wallet connection problems may happen on any dApp. This can happen when another wallet extension is preventing the Metamask wallet to connect (TrustWallet, Coinbase, or Safepal, for example). 

On Zenland, this issue can happen while launching the escrow and marketplace dApp (login page), or claiming ZENF Presale tokens (token page).

To fix it:

Step 1. Switch off (or uninstall) other wallets before connecting Metamask;

For it, right-click on the wallet extension, Coinbase for example), choose “Manage extension”, and switch the wallet off. 

From the notification appearing on the Metamask connection request, it is clear that the wallet itself is suggesting switching off other wallets in order to exclude connection barriers.

Step 2. Refresh the page and try connecting again. 

NFT trading and crypto collectibles with web3 escrow

NFT trading has taken the world by storm, with digital art and collectibles selling for millions of dollars. This new form of ownership and value exchange is changing the way we view art and assets in the digital age. 

There are now more NFT marketplaces than ever before, offering creators and collectors a plethora of options to buy, sell, and trade unique digital assets. But as each one is unique in its own right, not every platform is able to secure sustainable profits and ensure a safe and easy trading process.

Why use web3 escrow and marketplace for NFT trading?

Are you tired of the limitations and cons of popular NFT marketplaces like OpenSea and Rarible? While these platforms have their benefits, they also have their fair share of drawbacks. At OpenSea, you may struggle to stand out in the crowded marketplace without a substantial following on other social media platforms. And with Rarible, connecting your wallet and creating a wallet with the platform can be a complicated and frustrating process. Plus, both platforms charge fees on every successful NFT transaction, making it harder for you to earn what you deserve for your NFTs.

Luckily, Zenland offers a better solution for NFT trading. With Zenland’s web3 escrow and marketplace, you can enjoy zero fees, fast transactions, and full control over your sales. You don’t have to worry about standing out in a crowded marketplace, as Zenland’s unique escrow model ensures that buyers and sellers can trade confidently without competing for attention. 

Plus, Zenland’s customer support team is always ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have, so you can focus on creating and selling your NFTs with ease. Say goodbye to the limitations of traditional NFT marketplaces and try out Zenland for your next NFT trade!

See how Zenland compares to popular NFT marketplaces in the table below.

Platform to buy/sell NFT and crypto artworkRoyalties and FeesSpecial conditions
OpenSea2.5% fee per sale +up to 10% royalty fee paid by the sellerNFT listing expires after 6 months (max)Sellers list NFTs against 80 million other NFTs
Canceling a listing or bid have gas fees
Blur0% transaction fee +0.5% enforced creator royaltiesEnforces royalties in full (can be set up to 50%) on secondary sales if the NFT is not delisted on OpenSea
Royalties are paid in $BLUR Airdrop
Binance NFT1% transaction fee +1% creator royalty paid by the seller (0% to 10%)Geared towards existing Binance users.Not available for users located in the U.S. 
Rarible2% transaction fee (by 1% from both buyer and seller)
Up to 50% creator royalty paid by the seller (!)
Users can make purchases with a credit card (but NFTs must be sent to a wallet).
Gem (rebranded as OpenSea Pro)0% transaction fee +0.5% enforced creator royaltiesVery much Blur clone with similar policies on proceeds.
Nifty GatewayDepends on the Transaction version(v1 or v2)$0.30 fixed + 10% transaction +Up to 10% royalty fees (usually amounts to 15% of the listing price or less)Users can buy NFT with USD. NFT proceeds are also paid in USD to the user’s internal account Can be cashed out to a bank account.User accounts must be set up to receive any proceeds or royalties.
SuperRare15% fee (on first a.k.a.a primary sale);
10% royalty paid by seller + 3% marketplace fee paid by the buyer (on all secondary sales)
Best fit for big-name creators.Requires an authentification process before NFT trading.

And what about Zenland you may wonder?

Zenland escrow contracts walkthrough [screenshots]

Now, as you know what the popular NFT marketplaces and their policies look like, it’s time to turn your attention to Zenland.

With its low fees for both primary and secondary sales (1.75%), smart contract escrow protection, and direct payouts to ETH wallets, Zenland can be the only NFT marketplace you need.

The selling/buying process is described below 🙂

Step 1. Morty logs in with a Metamask wallet address (anonymous web3 login)

Unlike some of the NFT marketplaces that require you to install their own wallets before trading NFTs, Zenland supports non-custodial wallet login. No registration or password is required.

Step 2. Morty adds an item to the profile and sends the link to Anonymous

On Zenland any NFT owner can set up a web3 store to trade items at no additional cost. Sellers add NFT collections as items and their clients can view them on store profiles (both with and without logging in).

Sharing through social media accounts and forums gives clients access to items on sale.

Step 3. Anonymous selects the item and approves the terms of the purchase

Once the seller sets the item as pre-approved (see the step on adding item), buyers can place orders to purchase it. They first must review and approve the terms described in the item contract (such as delivery time, quality of an item, buyer protection time, etc. 

Step 4. Anonymous sends the contract to the blockchain and locks payment inside

To confirm the order placement for a specific NFT or other crypto collectibles, the buyer sends the payment inside the smart contract so that the seller can see the payment deposit.

Step 5. Morty sends the skin to Bono and confirms the completion

Seeing the payment inside, the seller transfers the NFT to the buyer’s Metamask wallet. If you store NFT in crypto wallets other than Metamask you should first transfer it to your connected Metamask address.

The order is confirmed through the blockchain and the buyer is notified via the platform’s notification system.

Step 6. Anonymous inspects and releases payment from the contract to Morty

The buyer has time, known as buyer protection time to verify that the order is delivered on time and according to the seller’s description. Also within this time frame the payment deposit is unlocked and sent to the seller’s web3 wallet address. 

At any point before the release of payment, Morty and Anonymous can dispute their deal and negotiate anonymously via the Contract Chat.

Step 7. Morty and Anonymous rate and review each other

After the NFT trade both sides rate and review each other to help other users see if they want to buy or sell from a particular user.

Want to see for yourself?

Currently, we are giving $25 as a sign-up bonus to all new users. Once logged in you should see a $25 balance on your dashboard to fully cover the service fee for contracts worth $500 or less. All users (buyers & sellers) are welcome to try escrow smart contracts for their web3 shops.

Where can I buy ZENF tokens?

Zenland Fee (ZENF) tokens can only be purchased through the official token page. Currently, the token is not offered through any exchanges. Our public IDO is scheduled for the end of Q2/ beginning of Q3 2023.

Note that U.S. citizens (and some other jurisdictions) are not eligible for any ZENF token generation event (TGE). 

How many ZENF tokens are now in circulation?

None at this point. To see when the tokens will enter circulation see tokenomics on the official token page

ZENF tokens will be gradually released according to its tokenomics and vesting plan. 

How to add ZENF token to my internal wallet?

Once the IDO starts, ZENF tokens will be used to pay the service fee. For this, just like other ERC-20 tokens, a certain number of ZENF tokens must be in the Metamask wallet address connected to the Zenland app

ZENF balance top-up works similarly to top-ups with Bitcoin or other altcoins.
The steps below describe the process.

Step 1. Login with your Metamask address. 

Step 2. From the Top Panel, click on the user icon and select My Wallet.

Step 3. Enter the Amount you want to add to your balance and click the button.

Step 4. Choose the cryptocurrency and generate your transaction hash.

Step 5. Enter the address to your cryptocurrency wallet (Metamask, Coinbase, etc.)

Step 6. Confirm the transfer and check in later to see the balance added.

If you are new to Zenland we suggest you take a sneak peek into the application interface or watch a 2-minute walkthrough before the top-up process.

Where can I see Tokenomics details?

ZENF token information and its allocation percentages are presented below. For more details on vesting schedules and token offerings, you can refer to the official token page.

TypeERC-20 token 
Total supply200 000 000 $ZENF
Maximum supply200 000 000 $ZENF
Token contract0xe9b7b5d5e8d2bcc78884f9f9099bfa42a9e5c1a5

Token Allocation

  • Marketing 21%   
  • Development 18%
  • Presale 18%
  • Team 15%
  • Community 10%
  • Public sale & Liquidity 8%
  • Early adopters 5%
  • Treasury 5%

What is Zenland Fee (ZENF) token?

Zenland Fee (ZENF) token is a native utility token of the Zenland platform. It is an ERC-20 token minted on the Ethereum Mainnet. Alongside major cryptocurrencies, it is used to pay the service fee for each escrow contract deployment to the selected blockchain network. Its incentivized use allows ZENF users to get a 50% bonus to their internal balances on every top-up. 

Example:  The user has made a top-up equivalent of $100 to his/her Zenland wallet with ZENF tokens. A 50% bonus, or equivalent to $50 in this case, will be added to make the final balance of the Zenland wallet equal to $150. 

Zenland platform users are automatically eligible for our Early Adopters program which rewards with ZENF tokens. These tokens are also used for bounty and similar programs as well as priority access to governance token generation events (once issued) to reward its community and early investors. 

Buy/sell SEO backlinks with web3 escrow

If you are struggling to rank your website for a specific keyword in Google search, chances are you have heard about search engine optimization (SEO). Without diving into the specifics of SEO, people often do internal (on-site) and external (off-site) work to better optimize their websites for search engine rankings. Building the backlinks from the authority sites to your site is a common practice.

Why use escrow for SEO services?

Most backlinks providers sell their services in a set of packages that include a diverse mix of backlinks from niche blogs, news sites, social media, etc. Because the price of such packages varies from hundreds to thousands of dollars, using an escrow contract is a smart move.

The escrow contract serves as a warrant for both sides by keeping the terms and the payment until the seller completes the order. Once complete according to the purchase terms, the seller is guaranteed to be paid.

But how to use such an escrow contract? Below is the step-by-step guide to walk you through.

Zenland escrow contracts walkthrough [screenshots]

Step 1. Sign in with Metamask wallet and create the contract with the seller

Before you create the contract you ask the seller to send his/her Metamask wallet address.

To use Zenland login with Metamask

Then, fill out a simple one-page form entering important details of backlinks purchase. Such details include two Metamask addresses, the due date when the seller must confirm order completion, inspection time, agreed payment and backlinks quality description.

Fill out the simple escrow form to create a contract

Step 2. The seller logs in and approves the escrow contract

Seller logs in with Metamask and approves contract terms

Whenever questions arise both sides can communicate via a private chat linked with the particular contract.

Step 3. Send the contract to the blockchain and lock the payment inside

First, you send the contract to the selected blockchain. This is contract deployment which gives the contract a permanent address in the database of that blockchain. 

Escrow contract is deployed to a blockchain

Then, send the agreed payment inside the contract to lock until the seller fulfills the order.

The payment is sent to the contract to keep

Step 4. The seller builds the backlinks and confirms order completion

At this point, the seller has completed building the backlinks and sent an order completion message to you.

Seller fulfills the terms and confirms order completion

You let the seller know the report is received via the Contract Chat.

If disagreements arise, both parties can chat in the contract

Step 5. Inspect the service and release payment to the seller

You check if the backlinks report is as agreed in the terms, and release payment from the contract to the seller’s wallet address. 

After inspection, the buyer releases the payment to seller

Step 6. Both parties rate each other

Buyer and seller reviews each other

Unlike the traditional review system which only allows reviews from buyers, Zenland escrow lets both parties rate each other. This serves as a foundation for other users to see whether they want to do business with a specific seller or buyer.

Want to see for yourself?

Currently, we are giving $1 to new users. Once logged in you should see a $1 balance on your dashboard to fully cover the service fee for contracts worth $50 or less. All users (buyers & sellers) are welcome to try escrow smart contracts.

Buy/sell in-game assets with web3 escrow

If you are a hardcore video games fan chances are you have traded game skins for profit. You play well and sell well to buy more and boast new skins. Buy, rinse, repeat. While in general, all is GG (good game), your skin-trading game may not be worth it. After all, no matter how much cash is in your Steam wallet these funds can only be used internally, for games and assets sold on the Steam store or its community marketplace.

Why selling in-game assets has both sides?

Steam Community Marketplace will add a 10% game fee and a 5% Steam fee to the price sellers set. To avoid these fees, buyers and sellers often complete their trade as gifting between “Steam friends” or through third-party websites.

While these platforms provide some form of security, granting full third-party access to your Steam account with tradable assets is risky. A well-known platform CSMoney was hacked and items worth an estimated $1.6M were stolen. 

Equally risky is your “Steam friend” gifting you a skin who may get your payment but never deliver the “gift” or send a low-value item. High fees and conditional withdrawals add to the already risky game.

Platform to buy/sell in-game assets & accountsFee(s)Deposit & Withdrawals
Steam Community Market5% Steam commission + 10% game-specific fee is paid by the buyer.Sellers receive funds to their Steam wallet and cannot withdraw as real money (for inside use only).
CSMoneyCSMoney commission is 7% – 4% (with Prime subscription)Buyer tops up the in-app wallet before purchasing. Payments cannot be withdrawn as real money but are spent internally.
PlayerAuctionsSeller pays transaction fee per sale (9.99% – 12.99% based on the type of sale: currency, in-game assets, accounts, power levelling)
Buyer pays 4.75% + $0.29 (3% + $0.29 for crypto)
Disbursement fees (3.5% – 4%) based on the selected disbursement method. Withdrawals can take between 1 – 31 days depending on after-sale protection, product type, and seller level.
Skinport12% – 6% (for high-value items and on private sales) off the selling price.Buyers pay by selecting from available payment methods Withdrawals can be made only via bank transfer.
DMarketSellers pay 7% commission per saleBuyers deposit and sellers withdraw funds through their DMarket accounts (Skrill, PayPal, crypto)
Tradeit.ggSellers pay 2% + $0.05 for bot-trading and 60% (!) + $10 for instant tradingBuyers can top-up and pay through internal wallets or choose available payment methods. Sellers can withdraw using available methods.

Zenland escrow contracts walkthrough [screenshots]

As a safe and trustless alternative to high-priced platforms for selling in-game assets and gaming accounts, Zenland

does not require a Steam login or middleman. Users trade their items directly (without auctions at this point) through escrow contracts. These contracts and payments are stored on the blockchain and managed by the two users through a simple UI. Once fulfilled and inspected, the payment is released from the contract directly to the seller’s cryptocurrency wallet (not the in-app wallet) by the buyer.

The service fee starts from 1.75% of the contract amount and decreases as the contract amount grows. 

Note that all contract operations are blockchain transactions that have their gas fees paid by the users to blockchain networks. The breakdown of contract costs and Zenland fees can be found here.

To see how gamers use Zenland contracts follow our use case for in-game asset workflow below.

Contract termsDetails
Contract participantsAri, the current owner (the seller),                     
Bono, the future owner (the buyer)
Object of saleImmortal shoulder | Avowance of the Crimson Witness
Due dateDecember 23, 2022 22:24
Selected networkGoerli Test Network
Agreed amount159 USDC
Buyer protection time24
Zenland fee$2.78 (paid by Ari)

Step 1. Ari logs in with Metamask wallet address (anonymous web3 login)

Step 2. Ari adds an item to the profile and sends the link to Bono

To add an item:
1. Ari clicks “My Items” from the left panel
2. Clicks “Add Item”
3. Provides item name, description, delivery time, and buyer protection time. Then, sets the price, payment method, and currency. Finally marks a website delivery as a one-off product and allows pre-approved contract creation.
4. Shares the URL of the profile with Babu

Step 3. Bono selects the item and approves the terms of the purchase

For our example case, Ari only has one payment method and currency so Bono selects what is available. For other skins though Ari has stated 2 and more ways to pay.

Clicking “Buy” prompts the contract for a particular item. Bono reads the terms and approves the contract.

Step 4. Bono sends the contract to the blockchain and locks payment inside

Sending a contract to the blockchain (contract deployment) gives the contract a permanent address. Similar to your Steam inventory where every item has an address, it is a blockchain address where the contract terms and the buyer’s payment are stored.

Learn more about smart contracts here.

Step 5. Ari sends the skin to Bono and confirms the completion

Meanwhile, both users can message anonymously about their order in the chat linked to their contract.

Step 6. Bono inspects and releases payment from the contract to Ari

Bono will have time to inspect the skin before releasing Ari’s payment from the contract. You can learn more about how buyer protection time works.

Step 7. Ari and Bono rate and review each other

Want to see for yourself?

Currently, we are giving $1 to new users. Once logged in you should see a $1 balance on your dashboard to fully cover the service fee for contracts worth $50 or less. All users (buyers & sellers) are welcome to try escrow smart contracts.