Zero Hash sends withdrawal transactions on a blockchain's main network for Production transactions and a blockchain's test network for Certification transactions. Note that not all networks have a supported test network (the full list can be found here).
When testing supported assets in the CERT environment, be sure to use the correct address format. Even on some chains like Ethereum, the mainnet format will be the same as the testnet but assets will not transfer between the two.
Additionally, be sure to adhere to network minimum withdrawal requirements and Zero Hash recommended minimums outlined in this article.
Selected blockchain address format notes
Bitcoin address formats:
- CERT: Testnet Addresses begin with chars m or n (6F in hexadecimal).
- PROD: Mainnet addresses begin with 1 (legacy), bc1 (SegWit), or 3 (SegWit) depending on which type they are. Zero Hash supports all address formats.
- Zero Hash supports the CashAddr address format
- CERT: As of September 2022, the CERT environment only supports Goerli test network addresses. Addresses associated with Ropsten or other ETH test networks are not supported and cannot be used.
CERT: Testnet Addresses begin with chars m or n (6F in hexadecimal).
PROD: Legacy: addresses start with a L, SegWit (P2SH) addresses start with a 3 or M