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msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PROJECT VERSION\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: EMAIL@ADDRESS\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-03-06 22:45+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language: en\n"
"Language-Team: en <LL@li.org>\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n!=1)\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Generated-By: Babel 2.3.4\n"

#: about.html.j2:8
msgid ""
"GNU maintainer. Network security &amp; privacy researcher. Software "
"architect."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:13
msgid ""
"Entrepreneur, Investor, Fortune 100 CIO, IT company director in different"
" industries, …."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:20
msgid "Applied cryptography. Contact to W3c &amp; Tor."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:25
msgid "Theoretical foundations."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:30
msgid "Founder of the GNU project. Ethical guidance and licensing."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:37
msgid "PhD Student, TU Munich. Currently teaching."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:42
msgid "PhD Student, Inria.."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:47 about.html.j2:62
msgid "Software engineer."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:54
msgid "Sustainable business development."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:58
msgid "Software engineer. Works on libebics."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:68
msgid "Translator (Spanish)"
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:72 about.html.j2:76
msgid "Translator (Italian)"
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:82
msgid "Hardware security module"
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:86
msgid "Risk management"
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:90
msgid "PhD student, TU Munich. Currently teaching."
msgstr ""

#: about.html.j2:96
msgid "Software engineer. Works on Android wallet."
msgstr ""

#: architecture.html.j2:6
msgid "Taler System Architecture"
msgstr ""

#: architecture.html.j2:8
msgid ""
"\n"
"      "
msgstr ""

#: bibliography.html.j2:4
msgid "GNU Taler Bibliography"
msgstr ""

#: bibliography.html.j2:9 bibliography.html.j2:16 bibliography.html.j2:23
#: bibliography.html.j2:29
msgid "by"
msgstr ""

#: bibliography.html.j2:16 bibliography.html.j2:23 bibliography.html.j2:29
msgid "and"
msgstr ""

#: bibliography.html.j2:30
msgid "available upon request"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:5
msgid "Advantages for Citizens"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:9
msgid ""
"\n"
"      Taler largely functions like digital cash.  You\n"
"      withdraw money from your bank account into your\n"
"      electronic wallet, and can henceforth spend digital\n"
"      cash.  The electronic wallet can carry multiple\n"
"      currencies.\n"
"      "
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:25
msgid "Security"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:27
msgid ""
"Taler uses modern cryptography, ensuring that there\n"
"               is no counterfeit.  Your digital wallet is safer\n"
"               than your physical wallet.  At most, you can lose\n"
"               its contents because your computer or mobile is\n"
"               irreparably damaged or compromised.  Unlike a\n"
"               physical wallet, you can make backups to secure\n"
"               against data loss."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:37
msgid "Privacy"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:39
msgid ""
"Your transactions are private, neither the exchange\n"
"               nor merchant needs to learn your identity. There is\n"
"               no need to give out credit card numbers or other\n"
"               sensitive information. The merchant will only be\n"
"               able to do exactly the transaction you agreed to."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:50
msgid "Convenience"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:52
msgid ""
"You will be able to withdraw money to replenish the\n"
"               digital coins in your wallet using your credit card\n"
"               or wire transfers.  Afterwards you can pay with\n"
"               one-click using the Taler wallet, which optionally\n"
"               keeps your transaction history on your computer."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:61
msgid "Stability"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:63
msgid ""
"Coins in your digital wallet will be of the same\n"
"               denomination as the cash in your physical wallet.\n"
"               Taler is not a crypto-currency, so you do not have\n"
"               to worry about cryto-currency related value\n"
"               fluctuations.  Banking with Taler is subject to the\n"
"               usual government protections for finanical\n"
"               services."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:79
msgid "Wallet Browser Extension"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:81
msgid ""
"\n"
"        We currently provide a <a href=\"wallet.html\">wallet browser "
"extension</a> for Chromium, Chrome, Firefox, Opera\n"
"        and Edge.  Wallets for mobile phones and other platforms will be "
"available in the future.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:88
msgid "Taler Demo"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:90
msgid ""
"\n"
"        You can see how Taler works in practice by visiting our <a "
"href=\"https://demo.taler.net\">demo page</a>.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:103
msgid "Taler as seen by customers"
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:105
msgid ""
"Customers interact with the Taler system mostly using\n"
"             a free wallet implementation, which may be an\n"
"             extension or plugin to their browser or a custom\n"
"             application on their computer(s).  Typical steps\n"
"             performed by customers are: "
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:114
msgid ""
"The customer selects an exchange (i.e. by\n"
"                  visiting the respective website or selecting\n"
"                  from a list of exchanges in the application) and\n"
"                  asks the wallet to create bank transfer\n"
"                  instructions to withdraw a certain amount of\n"
"                  electronic cash.  The bank transfer instructions\n"
"                  will contain an access code that must be\n"
"                  included in the subject of the transaction, as\n"
"                  well as the wire details for the exchange (i.e.\n"
"                  a SEPA account number)."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:125
msgid ""
"The customer then instructs his <b>bank</b> to\n"
"                   transfer funds from his account to the Taler\n"
"                   exchange using these instructions provided by\n"
"                   the wallet (top left)."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:130
msgid ""
"Once the funds have arrived, the wallet will\n"
"                   automatically withdraw the electronic coins.\n"
"                   The customer can use the wallet to review his\n"
"                   remaining balance at any time. He can also make\n"
"                   backups to secure his digital coins against\n"
"                   hardware failures."
msgstr ""

#: citizens.html.j2:137
msgid ""
"When visiting a merchant that supports Taler,\n"
"                   an additional payment option for Taler is\n"
"                   enabled in the checkout system.  If the\n"
"                   customer selects payments via Taler, the wallet\n"
"                   displays the secured contract from the merchant\n"
"                   and asks for confirmation.  Taler does not\n"
"                   require the customer to provide any identity\n"
"                   information to the merchant.  Transaction\n"
"                   histories and digitally signed contracts can be\n"
"                   preserved in the wallet for future review by\n"
"                   the customer, or even use in court."
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:5
msgid "Taler for developers"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:12
msgid "Free"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:14
msgid ""
"Taler is free software implementing an open\n"
"               protocol. Anybody is welcome to inspect our code\n"
"               and integrate our reference implementation into\n"
"               their applications.  Different components of Taler\n"
"               are being made available under different\n"
"               licenses. The Affero GPLv3+ is used for the\n"
"               exchange, the LGPLv3+ is used for reference code\n"
"               demonstrating integration with merchant platforms,\n"
"               and licenses like Apache/Mozilla/GPLv3+ are used\n"
"               for wallets and related customer-facing software.\n"
"               We are open for constructive suggestions for\n"
"               maximizing the adoption of this libre payment\n"
"               platform.  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:30
msgid "RESTful"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:32
msgid ""
"Taler is designed to work on the Internet.  To\n"
"               ensure that Taler payments can work with\n"
"               restrictive network setups, Taler uses a RESTful\n"
"               protocol over HTTP or HTTPS. Taler's security does\n"
"               not depend upon the use of HTTPS, but obviously\n"
"               merchants may choose to offer HTTPS for consistency\n"
"               and because it generally is better for privacy\n"
"               compared to HTTP.  Taler uses JSON to encode\n"
"               structure data, making it easy to integrate Taler\n"
"               with existing Web applications.  Taler's protocol\n"
"               is documented in\n"
"               detail <a href='https://api.taler.net/'>here</a>.\n"
"               "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:54
msgid "Code"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:56
msgid ""
"Taler is currently primarily developed by a\n"
"               research team at Inria and GNUnet e.V. However,\n"
"               contributions from anyone are welcome.  Our Git\n"
"               repositories can be cloned using the Git and HTTP\n"
"               access methods against <tt>git.taler.net</tt> with\n"
"               the name of the respective repository. A list of\n"
"               public repositories can be found in\n"
"               our <a href='https://git.taler.net/'>GitWeb</a>.\n"
"               "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:68
msgid "Documentation"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:70
msgid ""
"In addition to this website,\n"
"               the <a href='https://git.taler.net/'>documented\n"
"               code</a> and\n"
"               the <a href='https://api.taler.net/'>API\n"
"               documentation</a>, we are in the process of\n"
"               preparing a comprehensive design document which\n"
"               will be published here soon.  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:79
msgid "Discussion"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:81
msgid ""
"We have a mailinglist for developer discussions.\n"
"               You can subscribe to it or read the list archive at\n"
"               <a "
"href='http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/taler'>http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/taler</a>."
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:88
msgid "Regression Testing"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:90
msgid ""
"We have\n"
"               <a href='https://buildbot.net/'>Buildbot</a>\n"
"               automation tests to detect regressions and check\n"
"               for portability at\n"
"        <a href='https://buildbot.taler.net/'>buildbot.taler.net</a>.\n"
"      "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:98
msgid "Code Coverage Analysis"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:100
msgid ""
"We use\n"
"               <a "
"href='http://ltp.sourceforge.net/coverage/lcov.php'>LCOV</a>\n"
"               to analyze the code coverage of our tests, the\n"
"               results are available\n"
"               at <a href='https://lcov.taler.net/'>lcov.taler.net</a>.\n"
"               "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:108
msgid "Performance Analysis"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:110
msgid ""
"We\n"
"               use <a href='https://gnunet.org/gauger'>Gauger</a>\n"
"               for performance regression analysis of the exchange\n"
"               backend\n"
"               at <a "
"href='https://gauger.taler.net/'>gauger.taler.net</a>.\n"
"               "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:124
msgid "Taler system overview"
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:126
msgid ""
"The Taler system consists of protocols executed among\n"
"             a number of actors with the help\n"
"             of <a href='https://www.fsf.org/'>Free Software</a>\n"
"             as illustrated in the illustration on the right.\n"
"             Typical transactions involve the following steps: "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:135
msgid ""
"A customer instructs his <b>bank</b> to\n"
"                   transfer funds from his account to the Taler\n"
"                   exchange (top left).  In the subject of the\n"
"                   transaction, he includes an authentication\n"
"                   token from his electronic <b>wallet</b>. In\n"
"                   Taler terminology, the customer creates a\n"
"                   reserve at the exchange.  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:143
msgid ""
"Once the exchange has received the wire\n"
"                   transfer, it allows the customer's electronic\n"
"                   wallet to <b>withdraw</b> electronic coins.\n"
"                   The electronic coins are digital\n"
"                   representations of the original currency from\n"
"                   the transfer. It is important to note that the\n"
"                   exchange does not learn the &quot;serial\n"
"                   numbers&quot; of the coins created in this\n"
"                   process, so it cannot tell later which customer\n"
"                   purchased what at which merchant.  The use of\n"
"                   Taler does not change the currency or the total\n"
"                   value of the funds (except for fees which the\n"
"                   exchange may charge for the service).  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:158
msgid ""
"Once the customer has the digital coins in his\n"
"                   wallet, the wallet can be used to <b>spend</b>\n"
"                   the coins with merchant portals that support\n"
"                   the Taler payment system and accept the\n"
"                   respective exchange as a business partner\n"
"                   (bottom arrow). This creates a digital contract\n"
"                   signed by the customer's coins and the\n"
"                   merchant.  If necessary, the customer can later\n"
"                   use this digitally signed contract in a court\n"
"                   of law to prove the exact terms of the contract\n"
"                   and that he paid the respective amount. The\n"
"                   customer does not learn the banking details of\n"
"                   the merchant, and Taler does not require the\n"
"                   merchant to learn the identity of the\n"
"                   customer. Naturally, the customer can spend any\n"
"                   fraction of his digital coins (the system takes\n"
"                   care of customers getting change).  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:176
msgid ""
"Merchants receiving digital\n"
"                   coins <b>deposit</b> the respective receipts\n"
"                   that resulted from the contract signing with\n"
"                   the customer at the exchange to redeem the\n"
"                   coins.  The deposit step does not reveal the\n"
"                   details of the contract between the customer\n"
"                   and the merchant or the identity of the\n"
"                   customer to the exchange in any way. However,\n"
"                   the exchange does learn the identity of the\n"
"                   merchant via the provided bank routing\n"
"                   information.  The merchant can, for example\n"
"                   when compelled by the state for taxation,\n"
"                   provide information linking the individual\n"
"                   deposit to the respective contract signed by\n"
"                   the customer. Thus, the exchange's database\n"
"                   allows the state to enforce that merchants pay\n"
"                   applicable taxes (and do not engage in illegal\n"
"                   contracts).  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:195
msgid ""
"Finally, the exchange transfers funds\n"
"                   corresponding to the digital coins redeemed by\n"
"                   the merchants to the merchant's <b>bank</b>\n"
"                   account. The exchange may combine multiple\n"
"                   small transactions into one larger bank\n"
"                   transfer.  The merchant can query the exchange\n"
"                   about the relationship between the bank\n"
"                   transfers and the individual claims that were\n"
"                   deposited.  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:205
msgid ""
"Most importantly, the exchange keeps\n"
"                   cryptographic proofs that allow it to\n"
"                   demonstrate that it is operating correctly to\n"
"                   third parties.  The system requires an\n"
"                   external <b>auditor</b>, such as a\n"
"                   government-appointed financial regulatory body,\n"
"                   to frequently verify the exchange's databases\n"
"                   and check that its bank balance matches the\n"
"                   total value of the remaining coins in\n"
"                   circulation.  "
msgstr ""

#: developers.html.j2:216
msgid ""
"Without the auditor, the exchange operators\n"
"                   could embezzle funds they are holding in\n"
"                   reserve. Customers and merchants cannot cheat\n"
"                   each other or the exchange. If any party's\n"
"                   computers are compromised, the financial damage\n"
"                   is limited to the respective party and\n"
"                   proportional to the funds they have in\n"
"                   circulation during the period of the\n"
"                   compromise.  "
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:6
msgid "Advantages for Governments"
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:7
msgid ""
"Taler provides accountability to ensure business\n"
"             accepting payments operate legally, while also\n"
"             respecting civil liberties of citizens spending\n"
"             digital cash.  Taler is a commons, a payment system\n"
"             based on open standards and free software.  Taler\n"
"             needs governments to set a financial framework and\n"
"             to act as trusted regulators.  Taler contributes to\n"
"             digital sovereignty in the critial financial\n"
"             infrastructure."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:24 index.html.j2:30
msgid "Taxable"
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:26
msgid ""
"Taler was\n"
"             built with the goal of fighting corruption and supporting "
"taxation.  \n"
"             With Taler, the receiver of any form of payment is\n"
"             easily identified by the government, and the merchant\n"
"             can be compelled to provide the contract that was accepted\n"
"             by the customer.  Governments can use this data to\n"
"             tax businesses and individuals based on their\n"
"             income, making tax evasion and black markets less\n"
"             viable."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:36
msgid ""
"Thus, despite offering anonymity for citizens\n"
"             spending digital cash to buy goods and services,\n"
"             Taler also ensures that the state can observe\n"
"             incoming funds. This can be used to ensure\n"
"             businesses engage only in legal activities, and do\n"
"             not evade income tax, sales tax or value-added tax.\n"
"             However, this observational capability does not\n"
"             extend to the immediate personal domain.  In\n"
"             particular, sharing access to funds within a family\n"
"             or synchronizing wallets across multiple devices is not\n"
"             subject to monitoring."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:49 merchants.html.j2:33
msgid "Secure"
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:51
msgid ""
"Taler's payments are cryptographically\n"
"             secured. Thus, customers, merchants and the\n"
"             exchange can mathematically demonstrate their\n"
"             lawful behavior in court in case of\n"
"             disputes. Financial damages are strictly limited,\n"
"             improving economic security for individuals,\n"
"             merchants, the exchange and the state."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:59
msgid ""
"By design, the Taler payment service provider is\n"
"             subject to financial regulation. Financial\n"
"             regulation and regular audits are critical to\n"
"             establish trust. In particular, the Taler design\n"
"             mandates the existence of an independent auditor\n"
"             who checks cryptographic proofs that accumulate at\n"
"             the payment service provider to ensure that the\n"
"             escrow account is managed honestly.  This ensures\n"
"             that the payment service provider does not threaten\n"
"             the economy due to fraud."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:70 index.html.j2:55
msgid "Libre"
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:72
msgid ""
"Taler is free software implementing an open\n"
"             protocol standard.  Thus, Taler will enable\n"
"             competition and avoid the monopolization of payment\n"
"             systems that threatens global political and\n"
"             financial stability today."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:81
msgid "Efficient"
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:83
msgid ""
"Taler has an efficient design.  Unlike\n"
"             timeline-based payment systems, such as Bitcoin,\n"
"             Taler will not threaten the availability of\n"
"             national electric grids or (significantly)\n"
"             contribute to environmental pollution."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:92
msgid "Taler as seen by governments"
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:94
msgid ""
"Governments can observe traditional wire transfers\n"
"           entering and leaving the Taler system, and require\n"
"           merchants and exchange operators to provide certain\n"
"           information during financial audits.  Exchange\n"
"           operators are expected to be permanently checked by\n"
"           auditors, while merchants may be required to reveal\n"
"           information during regular tax audits.  Information\n"
"           available to the government includes: "
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:107
msgid ""
"From the banking system: The total amount of\n"
"                digital currency obtained by a customer. The\n"
"                government could impose limits on how many\n"
"                digital coins a customer may withdraw within a\n"
"                given timeframe."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:113
msgid ""
"From the banking system: The total amount of\n"
"                 income received by any merchant via the Taler\n"
"                 system."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:117
msgid ""
"From auditing the exchange: The amounts of\n"
"                 digital coins legitimately withdrawn by\n"
"                 customers from the exchange, the value of\n"
"                 non-redeemed digital coins in customer's\n"
"                 wallets, the value and corresponding wire\n"
"                 details of deposit operations performed by\n"
"                 merchants with the exchange, and the income of\n"
"                 the exchange from transaction fees."
msgstr ""

#: governments.html.j2:126
msgid ""
"From auditing merchants: For each deposit\n"
"                operation, the exact details of the underlying\n"
"                contract that was signed between customer and\n"
"                merchant.  However, this information would\n"
"                typically not include the identity of the\n"
"                customer.  Note that while the customer can\n"
"                decide to prove that it was his transaction\n"
"                (i.e. in court when suing the merchant if the\n"
"                merchant failed to deliver on the contract),\n"
"                merchant, exchange and government cannot find\n"
"                out the customer's identity from the information\n"
"                that Taler collects."
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:10
msgid "Independent One-Click Payments!"
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:12
msgid ""
"\n"
"      Taler is an electronic payment system under\n"
"      development\n"
"      at <a href=\"http://www.inria.fr/\">Inria</a>.  We expect to make "
"it operational in 2017.\n"
"      Meanwhile you can learn about Taler on this website, try the <a "
"href=\"https://demo.taler.net\">demo</a>\n"
"      and look at our <a href=\"https://docs.taler.net\">developer</a> "
"and <a href=\"https://api.taler.net\">API</a> documentation.\n"
"      "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:33
msgid ""
"\n"
"        When using Taler, merchants can't hide their income from tax\n"
"        collection authorities.  Unlike cash and most digital currencies,"
"\n"
"        Taler helps preventing black markets.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:42
msgid "Privacy-friendly"
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:44
msgid ""
"\n"
"        When you pay with Taler, your identity does not\n"
"        have to be revealed to the merchant. Just like\n"
"        payments in cash, nobody else can track how you\n"
"        spent your electronic money. However, you obtain a\n"
"        legally valid proof of payment.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:58
msgid ""
"\n"
"        Taler provides protocols and reference implementations that in\n"
"        principle enables anybody to run their own payment "
"infrastructure,\n"
"        be it individuals, organizations or whole countries.  Since the\n"
"        reference implementation is a <a "
"href=\"http://www.gnu.org/\">GNU</a>\n"
"        package, it will always remain free software.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:71
msgid "Practical"
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:74
msgid ""
"\n"
"        Taler is easy to integrate with existing Web\n"
"        applications. Payments are cryptographically\n"
"        secured and are confirmed within milliseconds with\n"
"        extremely low transaction costs.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:84
msgid "Stable"
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:87
msgid ""
"\n"
"        Taler does not introduce a new currency with\n"
"        fluctuation risks, and instead uses a digital\n"
"        wallet holding coins in reserve. Taler's\n"
"        cryptographic coins correspond to existing\n"
"        currencies, such as US Dollars, Euros or even\n"
"        Bitcoins.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:99
msgid "Security-focused"
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:102
msgid ""
"\n"
"        By design Taler does not suffer from many classes\n"
"        of security problems such as phishing or conterfeit.\n"
"        Despite its security features, Taler never rejects a legitimate\n"
"        customer due to a fraud-detection false positive.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:141
msgid "Taler News"
msgstr ""

#: index.html.j2:145
msgid "Financial News"
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:6
msgid "Invest in Taler!"
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:9
msgid ""
"\n"
"          We have created a company, Taler Systems SA in\n"
"          Luxemburg.<br>\n"
"          Please contact <tt>invest@taler.net</tt>\n"
"          if you want to invest in Taler.\n"
"        "
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:25
msgid "The Team"
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:27
msgid ""
"Our team combines world-class business leaders,\n"
"             cryptographers, software engineers, civil-rights\n"
"             activits and academics. We are unified by a vision\n"
"             of how payments should work and the goal of\n"
"             imposing this vision upon the world."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:33
msgid ""
"We are currently supported by Inria, the French\n"
"             national institute for research in informatics and\n"
"             automation, and the Renewable Freedom Foundation."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:38
msgid "The Technology"
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:40
msgid ""
"All transactions in Taler are secured using modern\n"
"             cryptography and trust in all parties is\n"
"             minimized. Financial damage is bounded (for\n"
"             customers, merchants and the exchange) even in the\n"
"             case that systems are compromised and private keys\n"
"             are stolen.  Databases can be audited for\n"
"             consistency, resulting in either the detection of\n"
"             compromised systems or the demonstration that\n"
"             participants were honest. Actual transaction costs\n"
"             are fractions of a cent."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:52
msgid "The Business"
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:54
msgid ""
"The scalable business model for Taler is the operation\n"
"             of the payment service provider, which converts money from\n"
"             traditional payment systems (Mastercard, SEPA,\n"
"             Visa, Bitcoin, ACH, SWIFT, etc.) to anonymous\n"
"             electronic coins in the same currency. The customer\n"
"             can then redeem the electronic coins at a merchant,\n"
"             who can exchange them for money represented using\n"
"             traditional payment systems at the exchange.  The\n"
"             exchange charges fees (to the customer,\n"
"             merchant or both) to facilitate the transactions."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:68
msgid "Taler as seen by the payment service operator"
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:70
msgid ""
"The payment service operator runs a <em>Taler\n"
"           exchange</em>, which is a Web service portal that\n"
"           keeps databases with transaction details and\n"
"           cryptographic proofs.  Its operational expenses are\n"
"           thus related to its interactions with the banking\n"
"           system and the operation of the computing\n"
"           infrastructure, while its income is based on\n"
"           transaction fees it may charge for the various\n"
"           interactions.  Key interactions of the exchange\n"
"           include: "
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:84
msgid ""
"Create a <b>reserve</b> based on an incoming\n"
"                wire transfer from a customer."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:87
msgid ""
"Allow customers to withdraw (and refresh)\n"
"                digital coins from their reserve."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:90
msgid "Accept and validate deposits from merchants."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:92
msgid ""
"Execute wire transfers to merchants in\n"
"                response to validated deposits."
msgstr ""

#: investors.html.j2:95
msgid ""
"Preserve and provide cryptographic proofs of\n"
"                correct operation for audits by financial regulators."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:5
msgid "Advantages for Merchants"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:6
msgid ""
"Taler is a cost-effective electronic payment system\n"
"             which provides you with cryptographic proof that\n"
"             the payment worked correctly within milliseconds.\n"
"             Your Web customers pay with previously unknown\n"
"             levels of convenience without risk of fraud."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:18
msgid "Fast"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:20
msgid ""
"Processing transactions with Taler is fast,\n"
"               allowing you to confirm the transaction with your\n"
"               customer virtually immediately.  Your customers\n"
"               will appreciate that they do not have to type in\n"
"               credit card information and play the &quot;verified\n"
"               by&quot; game.  By making payments significantly\n"
"               more convenient for your customers, you may be able\n"
"               to use Taler for small transactions that would not\n"
"               work with credit card payments due to the mental\n"
"               overhead for customers."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:35
msgid ""
"You will have cryptographic proof of payment from\n"
"               the Taler payment service provider. Taler does not\n"
"               require you to undergo any particular security\n"
"               audits (such as PCI DSS), processes or procedures,\n"
"               as you never handle sensitive customer account\n"
"               information.  Your systems will have customer\n"
"               contracts wih qualified signatures for all\n"
"               transactions which you can use in court in case of\n"
"               disputes."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:47
msgid "Free Software"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:49
msgid ""
"Taler is free software, and you can use the\n"
"               liberally-licensed reference code as a starting\n"
"               point to integrate Taler into your services. To use\n"
"               Taler, you do not need to pay license fees, and the\n"
"               free software development model will ensure that\n"
"               you can select from many competent integrators for\n"
"               support."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:61
msgid "Low Fees"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:63
msgid ""
"Taler is designed to minimize the work the exchange\n"
"               needs to perform.  Combined with Taler's strong\n"
"               security which prevents fraud, payment service\n"
"               providers can operate with very low overhead and\n"
"               thus low transaction fees."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:71
msgid "Flexible"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:73
msgid ""
"Taler can be used for different currencies (such as\n"
"               Euros, US Dollars or Bitcoins) and different\n"
"               payment models limited only by what the payment\n"
"               service provider supports in its interactions."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:81
msgid "Ethical"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:83
msgid ""
"Taler prevents tax evasion and money laundering.\n"
"               Taler's protocols are efficient and do not waste\n"
"               energy. Taler encourages transparency by providing\n"
"               an open standard and free software reference\n"
"               implementations."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:95
msgid "Manuals for merchants"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:98
msgid "The GNU Taler merchant backend operator manual"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:101
msgid "The GNU Taler Web shop integration tutorial (PHP)"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:104
msgid "The GNU Taler Web shop integration tutorial (Python)"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:116
msgid "Taler as seen by merchants"
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:118
msgid ""
"Merchants supporting the Taler system need to\n"
"             integrate some relatively simple logic into their\n"
"             transaction processing system.  Typical steps\n"
"             performed by the merchant system are: "
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:127
msgid ""
"The new logic detects when a customer's system\n"
"                  supports Taler and then needs to send a\n"
"                  cryptographically signed version of the proposed\n"
"                  contract in a simple JSON format to the\n"
"                  customer.  The message also includes salted,\n"
"                  hashed wire details for the merchant, as well as\n"
"                  restrictions as to which exchange operators the\n"
"                  merchant is willing to deal with."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:136
msgid ""
"The customer sends a signed response which\n"
"                  states that certain digital coins now belong to\n"
"                  the merchant to both signal acceptance of the\n"
"                  deal as well as to pay the respective amount\n"
"                  (bottom)."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:142
msgid ""
"The merchant then forwards the signed messages\n"
"                   received from the customer to the exchange,\n"
"                   together with its wire details and the salt\n"
"                   (without hashing).  The exchange verifies the\n"
"                   details and sends a signed confirmation (or an\n"
"                   error message) to the merchant.  The merchant\n"
"                   checks that the exchange's signature is valid,\n"
"                   sends a confirmation to the customer and\n"
"                   executes the contract-specific business\n"
"                   logic."
msgstr ""

#: merchants.html.j2:153
msgid ""
"The exchange performs wire transfers\n"
"                   corresponding to the claims deposited by the\n"
"                   merchant. Note that the exchange may charge\n"
"                   fees for the deposit operation, hence merchants\n"
"                   may impose limits restricting the set of\n"
"                   exchange operators they are willing to deal\n"
"                   with, for example by imposing a bound on\n"
"                   deposit fees."
msgstr ""

#: common/base.j2:5
msgid "GNU Taler"
msgstr ""

#: common/base.j2:6
msgid "Taxable Anonymous Libre Electronic Reserves"
msgstr ""

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#~ msgid "Home"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "Demo"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "Operators"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "About&nbsp;us"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "Stability "
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "News"
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#~ msgid "Taler Web payments paper published."
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#~ msgid "More news »"
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#~ msgid "Taler technology: About taxability, change and privacy"
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#~ msgid "1-2017: Taler Documentation pages updated"
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#~ msgid "Operate a Taler exchange!"
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#~ msgid "Electronic payments for a liberal society!"
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#~ msgid "Anonymous"
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#~ msgid "Electronic"
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#~ msgid "Reserves"
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#~ msgid "Advantages for citizens"
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#~ msgid "Independent One-Click Payment!"
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#~ msgid "Advantages for merchants"
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#~ msgid "Advantages for governments"
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#~ msgid "Invest in GNU Taler!"
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#~ msgid "Business model"
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#~ msgid "Taler as seen by the exchange operator"
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#~ msgid "Taxable Anonymous Libre Electronic Reserves"
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#~ msgid "Independent One-Click Payments!"
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#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "<b>A</b>nonymous"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "<b>L</b>ibre"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "<b>E</b>lectronic"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "<b>R</b>eserves"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "Latest Videos"
#~ msgstr ""

#~ msgid "Florian Dold talks about Taler at 50p!"
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#~ msgid "Taler News"
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#~ msgid "About us"
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#~ msgid "Citizens"
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#~ msgid "Governments"
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#~ msgid "The GNU Taler merchant backend operator tutorial"
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