|Subject:||Re: [Taler] How to trust an auditor?|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Nov 2022 02:12:28 +0100|
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thank you for that quick reply! :)
I plan (for learning purposes) to create a setup with two different exchanges; payer and payee would have their accounts at different exchanges then.
Does this currently work already? How is trust established here? Does the payee need to trust the payer's exchange, or do only the exchanges need to trust each other (e.g. by configuration)?
you've got it right, exchange and auditor management is in our roadmap but not implemented yet.
On Sun, 13 Nov 2022 at 21:59, Florian Jung via Taler <email@example.com> wrote:
As I read through the exchange setup manual, I found out that I can /
need to(?) sign my exchange's keys with an auditor key. To me, this
kinda makes sense in a real-world scenario, because I don't want to
trust every single bank by its own, but I would like to trust, for
example, "the euro-zone's auditor" (and every bank that is audited by them).
However, how do I configure this in my Android wallet? I found a list of
exchanges, but is there also a way to set up a certain auditor as trusted?
Or did I misunderstand the purpose of these auditors?
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