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Latest revision as of 15:50, 13 August 2015

Description Anonymous electronic micropayment that integrates with the existing economy rather than trying to bypass it. This is what it takes to migrate Internet's capitalism away from paying with your data (the „Wild West Web“ mentioned in the other session) to an Internet where you either get the things really for free or you pay sums that can be so moderate that it doesn't mean anything to you but it still sums up for the author of an article, resource or work of art. Needless to say, GNU Taler is designed to integrate with a „GNU Internet.“ Watch the TALER video.
Website(s) http://taler.net
Type Workshop
Kids session No
Keyword(s) political, software
Tags bitcoin, crypto, surveillance
Processing village Village:Youbroketheinternet
Person organizing User:LynX, User:Burdges
Language de - German, en - English
de - German, en - English
Related to Projects:We'll Make Us A Gnu One
Other sessions... ... further results

Starts at 2015/08/16 14:00
Ends at 2015/08/16 15:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Village:La Quadrature du Camp

Invited guests: Christian Grothoff of taler.net

Anonymous electronic micropayment that integrates with the existing economy rather than trying to bypass it. This is what it takes to migrate Internet's capitalism away from paying with your data (the „Wild West Web“ mentioned in the other session) to an Internet where you either get the things really for free or you pay sums that can be so moderate that it doesn't mean anything to you but it still sums up for the author of an article, resource or work of art. Needless to say, GNU Taler is designed to integrate with a „GNU Internet.“ Watch the video.