The Genoese Zipper Sinnet is a fusion knot by JD of TIAT(TyingItAllTogether), combining the Single Genoese Bar and the Zipper Sinnet.
I used about 9 feet of cord, 4.5 feet each of tan and black paracord, in the finished bracelet(9" long to comfortably fit an 8.5" wrist), adding a 5/8" curved/contoured side release buckle.
A similar chain sinnet type knotting pattern is seen at this link, a Chinese knot called the 'Big Phoenix Tail Sinnet'.
Some folks have said they have trouble with adding the knot work to a side release buckle, so here's a rough photo collage of starting and finishing with a side release buckle, once you're familiar with the knot work from TIAT's video.
I had been asked if this knot can be done with a single strand of paracord, and the answer is, 'almost'. You have to simulate a second pair of working strands, since the Genoese Zipper Sinnet has four working strands. To do this, I start with the the two strands and a zipper sinnet(chain sinnet), then to simulate the second pair of working ends, each cord will go down through the previous knot, then back up to make the sinnet, which creates the outer loop effect. It's not identical, but looks similar.