Earlier this month, we launched version 1.4 of our peer-to-peer expense sharing app, Lndr. One of the new features in Lndr v1.4 is the ability to unlock increased settlement limits. While most of the Lndr community uses Lndr to split and settle up small bills, like a dinner or drinks, some users are looking to share larger expenses.

The increase to Lndr’s weekly settlement limits — up to $2,000 in USD value per week, from $200 before — helps our users share more significant costs. …

Have you’ve been following along with our development roadmap? If so, you already know that a new Lndr release was due for sometime in October. We’re proud to announce that Lndr has reached version 1.4, which was released to the iOS App Store and Google Play Store today.

Let’s take a look at some of the great new features coming to Lndr in version 1.4.

Built by Blockmason, Lndr is a peer-to-peer bill-splitting and expense-sharing mobile app that uses the Credit Protocol and the Ethereum blockchain to create, manage and settle casual debts and IOUs between friends.

While Lndr is similar to some peer-to-peer payment apps out there, it’s different in many ways. For example, Lndr is free to use and doesn’t contain any annoying ads or ask for any personal information. Lndr also doesn’t store, keep or sell any of your transaction details. With Lndr, your transactions are anonymously recorded to the Ethereum blockchain. …

Are you a starry-eyed first-year freshman who has just hit college? Or perhaps a hardened post-grad student in the last year of their doctorate? Whatever the case, if you’re lacking the cash to pay for your textbooks you might need to borrow from a friend. And unless you plan on carrying around a piece of paper for months, you will need a mobile app to keep track of your IOUs.

In today’s post we’ll take a quick look at Lndr — pronounced “lender.” It’s an app for iOS and Android that is perfect for tracking and settling small loans. …


a peer-to-peer bill splitting and expense sharing mobile app for iOS and Android that uses the Ethereum blockchain to create, manage and settle casual debts.

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