|Subject:||Re: [Taler] Status [Was: Re: scritcash?]|
|Date:||Tue, 10 Dec 2019 09:10:27 +0200|
Changing the subject as you're somewhat impolitely hijacking the
Still, to give you a brief answer: the one-sided anonymity problem was
in theory solved before we started, and has been implemented for years.
Today, major open work items are:
* integration with an actual bank (code is in libeufin.git)
* regulatory approval (latest news: draft terms of service were
* wallet backup and intra-wallet synchronization (see: sync.git,
* wallet user experience (transaction history, public key
infrastructure editing, error handling)
* documentation (code, procedures)
* testing and external security audits
We have also already presented Taler to a few "European institutions"
(like the Swedish central bank, which then decided to go for a mass-
surveillance solution instead). But political work (= talking to
government institutions) is definitively something that should
continue, and where we could use more help as well.
On Mon, 2019-12-09 at 23:08 +0200, Georges OIKONOMIDIS wrote:
> Off, far off, the very point of your discussion:
> When I first met Taler I understood it is about anonymous payments.
> Anonymous on the side of the payer NOT on the side of the payee!
> My question, after quite some time, is:
> where does your team stand with respect to this very problem?
> Are you ready with the solution, or is it yet on the building?
> Will you be soon enough, ready to present your proposals to the
> I hope to hear from you, good news.
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