To sign up with Zulu, all you need is an email address and password. After entering them on the sign up page, you'll need to check the "I'm not a robot" captcha and accept the terms and conditions:
Next you'll see a series of notifications. Including one that allows you set up 2-factor authentication, and another to reveal your wallet's private key:
This is a very important part of the wallet creation process. The private key is necessary to access your wallet in the event that you forget your password, so make sure you save it in a secure location where it will not get lost. Note that anyone with access to your private key also has access to the funds in your wallet, so it's important to store it some place where malicious third parties cannot access it.
To reveal the private key, enter your password and click "Reveal Private Key". The most secure way to store your private key is to write or type it on paper and store it in a secure location such as a home safe or bank deposit box. For additional security, create two copies and store them in two different places to protect against events such as fires or floods.
The second most secure way of storing your private key would be using a password manager application such as 1password. Password managers store your passwords and private documents using advanced encryption. Do not store your private key in an unencrypted file on your computer or cloud storage service, as these locations can become compromised.
You can reveal your private key using your password at any time from your wallet settings.
Once you've written down your private key, you can dismiss the dialog box and you'll immediately see your wallet dashboard and can begin using your ETH/ZTX wallet.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: In the event that you lose both your password and your private key, you will not be able to access your wallet or funds, and there will be nothing that we can do to help you. Your money will be lost forever.