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authorThien-Thi Nguyen <ttn@gnuvola.org>2021-02-24 05:03:37 -0500
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@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ The Taler payment cycle involves six parties:
(f) merchant's bank.
The exchange is the central entity that mediates the wire transfer of real
-currency between (d), (e), (f) by way of "coins", cryptographically secure
+currency between (d), (e), (f) by way of *coins*, cryptographically secure
tokens passed between (a), (b), (c).
There are six steps to a Taler payment cycle.
@@ -16,10 +16,10 @@ In step 1, (a) directs (d) to make real funds available to (b).
In step 2, (d) does a wire transfer of real funds to (e), fulfilling the
request from step 1. (b) generates coins corresponding to those real funds;
-these are called the "reserve".
+these are called the *reserve*.
-In step 3, (a) "withdraws" coins, either wholly or partially, from (b). These
-coins are kept in a "wallet" under control of (a). The coins in the wallet
+In step 3, (a) *withdraws* coins, either wholly or partially, from (b). These
+coins are kept in a *wallet* under control of (a). The coins in the wallet
are anonymous.
In step 4, (a) authorizes payment of coins from the wallet to (c). This
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ transfers payment coins from the wallet to (c), and change coins from (b) to
the wallet (unless the payment amount exactly matches the denomination of the
coins in the wallet).
-In step 5, (c) "deposits" coins into (b). These coins are still anonymous,
+In step 5, (c) *deposits* coins into (b). These coins are still anonymous,
although the transaction itself is not anonymous.
In step 6, (b) directs (e) to wire transfer real funds corresponding to the