13.2. taler-auditor-sign(1)

13.2.1. Name

taler-auditor-sign - sign exchange denomination as auditor

13.2.2. Synopsis

taler-auditor-sign [-a FILE | –auditor-key=FILE] [-h | –help] [-m KEY | –exchange-key=KEY] [-u URL | –auditor-url=URL] [-r FILE | –exchange-request=FILE] [-o FILE | –output=FILE]

13.2.3. Description

taler-auditor-sign is a command line tool to be used by an auditor to sign that he is aware of certain keys being used by a exchange. Using this signature, the auditor affirms that he will verify that the exchange is properly accounting for those coins.

The exchange for which keys were signed must have been added to the auditor using taler-auditor-exchange first!

-a FILE | –auditor-key=FILE
Location of the private EdDSA auditor key. If it does not exist, it will be created.
-h | –help
Print short help on options.
-m KEY | –exchange-key=KEY
Public key of the exchange in Crockford base32 encoding, for example as generated by gnunet-ecc -p.
-u URL | –auditor-url=URL
URL of the auditor. Provides informative link for the user to learn more about the auditor.
-r FILE | –exchange-request=FILE
File with the exchange’s denomination key signing request as generated by taler-exchange-keyup -o.
-o FILE | –output=FILE
File where the auditor should write the EdDSA signature.

13.2.4. See Also

gnunet-ecc(1), taler-auditor-exchange(1), taler-exchange-keyup(1), taler.conf(5)

13.2.5. Bugs

Report bugs by using https://gnunet.org/bugs/ or by sending electronic mail to <taler@gnu.org>.