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thttpgpd OpenPGP Keyserver


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Ludd is the first implementation of an OpenUDC node. It should then accept only valid "udid2".
Thttpgpd is the same thing as Ludd, but compiled without OpenUDC support.

Both are so HTTP servers with such OpenPGP features: In a near future, they should support: Ludd should also be able to keep synchronized with other instances, following the OpenUDC specifications.

The original aims of OpenUDC was to develop a decentralized and human based crypto-currency.
You can learn more about OpenUDC at http://www.openudc.org.  


thttpgpd/0.3.9 30Apr2020 - Git repository: https://github.com/Open-UDC/open-udc/