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This project is about improving the usability of GNU Taler for regional currencies. It improves account management in libeufin to turn it into a comprehensive stand-alone bank service. We are also adding currency conversion to enable users to convert from and to the regional currency. Furthermore, some time was spent on requirements analysis, revealing the need for merchants without digital infrastructure to receive payments, resulting in us implementing templating support that enables payments to merchants that are fully offline.
We are grateful for free hosting offered by the following organizations: 我們感謝以下組織提供的免費託管服務:
We are grateful for translation support offered by the following organizations (and <a href="">all the volunteers</a> that are helping with the translation effort): 我們感謝以下組織(以及所有幫助翻譯工作的<a href="">志願者</a>)提供的翻譯支持:
Past funding 過去的資金
We are grateful for past funding from the following organizations: 我們感謝以下組織過去的資助:
We received funding under NGI POINTER to add P2P payments and make GNU Taler more programmable. P2P payments allow wallets to request payments (invoicing) and to offer digital cash directly to other wallets. We also implemented age-restricted payments that allow merchants to validate the age of buyers without disclosing additional information. Finally, we created an early prototype for auctions (but without full integration across all GNU Taler components).
This project improved the security of the GNU Taler exchange via an external code audit, and created a competent external security auditor to help with safely operating the Taler payment system. 該項目旨在通過外部程式碼審計來提高 GNU Taler 交易所的安全性,並創建一個稱職的外部安全審計員來幫助安全運行 Taler 支付系統。
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the NGI_TRUST grant agreement no 825618. The project aims to integrate re:claimID with the GNU Taler payment system in a pilot in order to demonstrate the practical feasibility and benefits of privacy enhancing technologies for users and commercial service providers. The project is called "Decentralized Identities for Self-Sovereign End-users" (DISSENS). 此項目已根據 NGI_TRUST 撥款協議(編號 825618)獲得歐盟地平線 2020 研究和創新計劃的資助。該項目旨在在試驗中將 re:claimID 與 GNU Taler 支付系統整合,以證明隱私增強技術對用戶和商業服務提供商的實際可行性和益處。此項目被稱為 "Decentralized Identities for Self-Sovereign End-users" (DISSENS)。
Advantages for Governments 予政府的優勢
Taler provides accountability to ensure business operate legally, while also respecting civil liberties of citizens. Taler is a payment system based on open standards and free software. Taler needs governments as they set a financial framework and act as trusted regulators. Taler contributes to digital sovereignty in the critical financial infrastructure. Taler 提供問責制,以確保企業合法經營,同時也尊重公民的公民自由。Taler 是一個基於開放標準以及自由軟體的支付系統。Taler 於建立財務框架以及充當可信賴的監管機構時需要政府。Taler 在關鍵的金融基礎設施中為數位主權做出了貢獻。
Taler was built with the goal of fighting corruption and supporting taxation. With Taler, the receiver of any form of payment is easily identified by the government, and the merchant can be compelled to provide the contract that was accepted by the customer. Governments can use this data to tax businesses and individuals based on their income, making tax evasion and black markets less viable. Taler 的建立主旨為打擊腐敗和支持稅收。有了 Taler,任何款項的接收者能夠被政府輕易地辨識,也能夠強制商家提供顧客接受的合約。政府可以使用這些數據根據企業和個人的收入向他們徵稅,從而打擊逃漏稅與黑市交易。


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