Ever since the ZCash project launched, developers have been making various changes to the code base. Improvements are always a welcome development, as well as keeping an eye on new features. A new proposal on GitHub indicates the project may switch to Ethereum-style block timestamps shortly. Some cryptocurrency enthusiasts see this as a lack of innovation.
The launch of ZCash has been greeted with a lot of anticipation. Ever since that time, the price per ZEC has fallen, which is anything but surprising. Prices were heavily inflated during the first week, and now that mining rewards are ramping up, there is a larger supply of coins to sell. For miners, earning back an original investment is important, and they will sell coins as fast as they come in.
But it appears some developmental changes are on the horizon for ZCash as well. The current block timestamping process leaves something to be desired, and change has been proposed. It is likely ZCash will switch to Ethereum-style block timestamps. This should speed up the ZEC block generation, as timestamps are less than 15 minutes apart from another.