OpenUDC means Open Universal Dividend Currency. In other words, it is an open protocol for creating and exchanging currencies.
It aims to be secure, reliable and to solve some debt, crisis or globalization issues.
It notably permits to apply Universal monetary Dividend to the individuals that accept to use the currency.
It is based upon the OpenPGP protocol (RFC4880).
The OpenUDC repository contain the documentation, a lot of obsolete files to be cleaned, and as git submodules:
- ludc, an OpenUDC client (previously known as lud).
- thttpgpd/ludd, an HTTP server with OpenPGP features, wich may also become an OpenUDC node (cf. configure options).
To get all this from our git repository: ::
$ git clone https://github.com/Open-UDC/open-udc.git $ cd open-udc $ git submodule update --init
Note: By default this won't take the last versions of the git submodules ludc/lud and thttpgpd/ludd.
Please read also the README files of the client (lud or ludc directory) and of the node (ludd directory) if you want to use them.
To get only lud/ludc (last developpement version) : :: $ git clone https://github.com/Open-UDC/lud
To get only thttpgpd/ludd (last developpement version) : :: $ git clone https://github.com/Open-UDC/thttpgpd
Copyright (c) 2010-2012 The openudc.org team.
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