Lndr

Share expenses with friends, settle up in cash or crypto

Lndr — the “Venmo of the Blockchain” — is a peer-to-peer bill splitting and expense sharing mobile app for iOS and Android that uses the Credit Protocol and the Ethereum blockchain to create, manage and settle casual debts and IOUs between friends.

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Blockmason
Erik MacKinnon
Andres G.M.
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Erik MacKinnon
Erik MacKinnonHunter@blockmasonerik · Chief Marketing Officer @ Blockmason
Hello Product Hunt! We're Blockmason, a base-layer blockchain technology company and we're excited to share Lndr (pronounced "lender") with you. Lndr is our peer-to-peer bill-splitting and expense-sharing mobile app for iOS and Android that uses the Credit Protocol – our patent-pending blockchain technology – and the Ethereum blockchain to create, manage and settle casual debts and IOUs between friends. In short, you can think of Lndr as the "Venmo of the Blockchain." We're similar in some ways but different in others. Sharing expenses or splitting a tab with a friend is easy. It takes just a few seconds to add your friends, record an IOU and settle up. Lndr is free* to use and doesn't contain any annoying ads or ask for any personal information. Unlike some of the other peer-to-peer apps out there, we don’t share, store, keep or sell any of your transaction details either. Your transactions are anonymously recorded to the Ethereum blockchain, offering best-in-class privacy and security. Lndr also offers you the flexibility to choose how you want to pay. Lndr is the first app of its kind to offer both traditional currencies (like USD) or cryptocurrencies (like Ether – "ETH.") And, thanks to our integrated PayPal support, you won't have to add any personal information, connect a bank account or share any credit card details with us. Lndr supports more than 24 currencies and is available in dozens of languages. We're adding new traditional currencies and cryptocurrencies on a regular basis. Here's a quick five-step guide to using Lndr: 1) Download and install the Lndr mobile app 2) Choose a nickname for your account and record your account recovery details 3) Search for and add friends or family using their nickname (if you want to try out a test transaction, you can add lndrofficial as a friend and send us a debt request) 4) Choose whether you owe your friend, or your friend owes you 5) Settle up with PayPal, Ether or record that you settled up in cash That's it! Lndr is the fastest, safest and most secure way to settle small debts and share expenses with your friends and family. Please try Lndr out and let us know what you think! We're excited to hear your feedback. *Lndr is free to use. However, please note that if you choose to settle up with PayPal, you may be charged a transaction fee by PayPal. If you choose to settle up with Ether, you may be responsible for paying the "gas" transaction cost.
Chesign
Chesign@young_chae
I've installed this on my smartphone and I'm not doing anything - what should I do?
Chesign
Chesign@young_chae
There is no one around me who uses the Cryptocurrency.
Andres G.M.
Andres G.M.@tiricilo · Crypto believer
@young_chae That little by little will change. More and more people are going to adopt the cryptos. Anyway with LNDR you can also use it with Fiat money (€, $, £, ¥, etc ...) through PayPal.
Astghik A
Astghik A@astghik_azaryan · Advertising Ninja
Why would anyone share expenses outside ?? Is there any hidden hint or I don’t get it)))
Kevin Hoste
Kevin Hoste@kevin_hoste
I use it with Some of my friends Who want to start with crypto. I Send them the coin they want and they can pay me back how and when they want. We love it. They receive their coins Much faster this way