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readme.md

SSB/Ğ1 like

SSB/Ğ1 like is a micro donation system, just like Flattr, except:

  • It runs on SSB instead of the centralized web
  • It uses a libre currency (Ğ1) instead of a private one

SSB/Ğ1 like logo

Authors

  • cel from the SSB community (@f/6sQ6d2CMxRUhLpspgGIulDxDCwYD7DzFzPNr7u5AU=.ed25519)
  • Fred from the Ğ1 community (@9BbJwPDjcyIqrOUPNn0nJZBduWdIrpMk3Cjz5MP361s=.ed25519)
  • Boris from the Ğ1 community (@l5nYExWYIgDLV6BYHOJPoI97jIUyTdSm8CTLpQ0XeOg=.ed25519)

What is a libre currency?

A libre currency is a concept that originated from the Relative Theory of Money.

It is a way to design a currency so that every human, whatever the generation they are part of, produces the same relative amount of money.

The Relative Theory of Money was written by a French mathematician in 2010, and the first libre currency (Ğ1) was born in 2017. Up to this day, Ğ1 is the only libre currency we know of.

Ğ1, the first libre currency

Ğ1 the first libre currency we know of.

It runs on the Duniter blockchain engine.

The main clients for Duniter are Cesium and Silkaj

How to spend your Ğ1

The Ğ1 currency originated in called France, so the main part of the fun happens there.

The economy is still in its infancy, but you can already book a reservation in a B&B.

An other way to spend your Ğ1 is use it with this micro-donation system:

An SSB user sent you Ğ1? Here is how to claim it:

First, you need to get your Duniter secret key from your SSB secret key.

chmod +x secret2dunikey.sh
./secret2dunikey.sh

Then, all you need to do is connect to a Duniter client, like Cesium, using the generated ~/.ssb/secret.dunikey

On Cesium homescreen, click "Other methods" and choose "Keychain file" :

Cesium authentification

Then, browse your filesystem to select your Duniter secret key stored in ~/.ssb/secret.dunikey :

Cesium log with keychain file