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Re: [Taler] Using taler for fun between two people

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [Taler] Using taler for fun between two people
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2021 23:27:56 +0200
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Dear MP,

What I think you'd want for this is the wallet-to-wallet (or p2p)
payment feature, which is today not implemented in Taler. It's on our
feature list, but not expected to land until (at the earliest) the end
of this year.


On 9/2/21 9:05 PM, MP via Taler wrote:
> Hello! Longtime crypto and digicash enthusiast. I wanted to ask about if
> it was possible - and what it'd take - to use Taler as a simple form of
> personal remittance.
> The context is that myself and my partner front money for eachother
> every now and again; But we both think it'd be fun to have some sort of
> intermediate monetary exchange we settle with cash later on. I
> understand taler doesn't work the same as Bitcoin - there must be a bank
> to issue monetary units, cashiers to accept them, and wallets to store
> them, right?
> So, then, how could this be set up between two geeks for fun? Any
> suggestions? If it helps, she runs windows, I run Linux, and we both use
> Android.

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