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lucre: Anonymous Electronic Tokens

What is lucre?

lucre is an implementation (in C++ and Java) of David Wagner's Diffie-Hellman variant on Chaumian blinding. This variant is thought to be unprotected by patents, however, you use it at your own risk.

For a detailed explanation, see theory2.pdf.

Where is lucre?

The lucre code is available using git or as a tarball.

The tarball snapshot is autogenerated from the repository HEAD. It can be fetched from:

http://github.com/benlaurie/lucre/tarball/master

The git master repository lives at:

http://github.com/benlaurie/lucre

to check out a working copy with git, do the following:

git clone http://github.com/benlaurie/lucre.git

this should create a directory called lucre, which will contain the current source tree. At any time, anywhere within this tree, you can type:

git pull

to get the latest versions and keep your tree up to date.

Why is lucre?

In case you are wondering what on Earth blinding is good for, the answer is (at least): anonymous digital money and other untraceable transactions.

What can I use lucre for?

You can use lucre for any purpose you desire, non-commercial or otherwise, so long as you stick to the licencing agreement described in the file LICENCE, distributed with the lucre source. This licence is extremely open, reasonable and flexible, and we doubt you will have any issues with it.

If you develop a useful application using lucre, please let us know and we'll link to it from here.

How can I support lucre?

If you wish to to get your hands filthy, you can submit bug reports, patches, ideas, ports, code, stimulants or anything else you care to think of. We would more than welcome it.