Advanced electronic payment system for privacy-preserving payments.
Taler is an electronic payment system providing anonymity for customers. Payments can in principle be made in any existing currency, or a bank can be launched to support new currencies. Merchants are not anonymous, and--due to income-transparency--the state can perform effective tax audits.
With Taler, users can finally have a transparent, trustworthy and truly private online banking environment they get to choose themselves.
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|VCS Repository Webview||https://git.taler.net/|
|Required to build||GNU Taler exchange (from Git)|
|Required to build||GNU libgcrypt >= 1.6|
|Required to build||PostgreSQL >= 9.6, including libpq|
|Required to build||libgnunetutil (from Git)|
|Required to build||GNU libmicrohttpd >= 0.9.59|
|Required to build||GNU libltdl >= 2.4|
|Required to build||GNU autoconf >= 2.69|
|Required to build||GNU libtool >= 2.4|
|Required to build||libjansson >= 2.7|
|Required to build||GNU autopoint >= 0.19|
|Required to build||GNU libunistring >= 0.9.3|
|Required to build||GNU automake >= 1.14|
|Required to build||libcurl >= 7.26 (or libgnurl >= 7.26)|
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