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Re: [Taler] GNU Taler v0.9 released

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [Taler] GNU Taler v0.9 released
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2022 10:28:49 +0100
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Before, GNU Taler payments always went from a wallet via the exchange into the merchant's bank account. Now, payments can go from a wallet via the exchange into another wallet (likely conditional upon the recipient having passed some know-your-customer (KYC) check).

I hope that clarifies this!

Happy hacking!


On 11/4/22 21:32, Jordan Howlett wrote:
New to Taler here, can you expand on what `- NEW: Support for peer-to-peer payments` is? (or help me the docs about it?). From my understanding Taler was already P2P payments.


On Fri, Nov 4, 2022 at 2:08 PM Christian Grothoff <grothoff@gnunet.org <mailto:grothoff@gnunet.org>> wrote:

    Dear all,

    I'm happy to announce the v0.9 release of GNU Taler.

    We have addressed over 200 individual issues.
    Major changes in v0.9 include:

    - NEW: Support for peer-to-peer payments
    - NEW: Support for age-restricted payments
    - Improved accessibility of the demonstration
    - Improved exchange database schema for performance and scalability
    - libeufin sandbox replaces legacy Python bank
    - WebExtension now supports Manifest V3
    - Various minor bugfixes and documentation improvements

    Many of the major new features were developed under an NGI POINTER
    funded by the European Commissions great Next Generation Internet
    initiative under grant agreement number 871528. Performance
    and improvements were funded by an NGI Fed4Fire+ grant.

    You can download GNU Taler from:
    * All GNU FTP mirrors ftp://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gnu/taler/
    * Our Git repository is at https://git.taler.net/

    Please report bugs to our bugtracker at https://bugs.taler.net/

    An introduction can be found at http://www.taler.net/
    Additional documentation  is at https://docs.taler.net/
    A demo is running at https://demo.taler.net/ <https://demo.taler.net/>

    Happy hacking!


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