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1. (WO2017138011) VALUE TRANSFER BETWEEN USERS USING THE CONTROL SERVER SYSTEM
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We claim:

1. A method, comprising:

receiving, at a control server, a first request from a first device, the first request including a first identifier of a first user and a request' for a code;

in response to the first request, providing a first code to the. first device;

mapping, by the control server, the first code to the first identifier;

receiving, at the control server, a second request from a second device, the second request including the first code;

selecting, at the control server, the first identifier based on inclusion of the first code in the second request;

requesting, by the control server, a confirmation of the second request from the first device; and

processing the second request based on receipt of the confirmation from the first device.

2. The method of claim 1 , wherein the first code is associated with a predetermined period of time and the second request is received within the predetermined period of time from the providing of the first code.

3. The method of claim 1 , wherein selecting the first identifier further comprises: retrieving the mapping of the first code to the first identifier; and

retrieving the first identifier from the mapping.

4. The method of claim 1 , wherein the first request includes a first value and providing the first code further comprises generating the first code based on the first value.

5. The method of claim 1 , wherein the control server identifies a first location of the first device and the mapping further comprises:

mapping, by the control server, the first code to the first identifier and the first location.

6. The method of claim 5, wherein selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

retrieving the mapping of the first code, based on the first location being within a geographic proximity from a second location of the second device; and retrieving the first identifier from the mapping.

7. The method of claim 6, wherein the second location is included in the second request and selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

identifying the second location within the second request; and

determining the geographic proximity between the first location and the second location.

8. The method of claim 6, wherein the second location is associated with the second device and selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

in response to receiving the second request, retrieving the second location from a mapping of the second location and an identity of the second device; and determining the geographic proximity between the first location and the second location.

9. A system, comprising:

one or more processors; and

a non-transitory processor-readable storage medium storing processor executable instructions that, when executed by the one or more processors, cause the one or more processors to perform operations including: receiving, at a control server, a first request from a first device, the first request including a first identifier of a first user and a request for a code;

in response to the first request, providing a first code to the first device; mapping, by the control server, the first code to the first identifier;

receiving, at the control server, a second request from a second device, the second request including the first code;

selecting, at the control server, the first identifier based on inclusion of the first code in the second request;

requesting, by the control server, a confirmation of the second request from the first device; and

processing the second request based on receipt of the confirmation from the first device.

10. The system of claim 9, wherein the first code is associated with a predetermined period of time and the second request is received within the predetermined period of time from the providing of the first code.

11. The system of claim 9, wherein the selecting the first identifier further comprises: retrieving the mapping of the first code to the first identifier; and

retrieving the first identifier from the mapping.

12. The system of claim 9, wherein the first request includes a first value and providing the first code further comprises generating the first code based on the first value.

13. The system of claim 9, wherein the control identifies a first location of the first device and the mapping further comprises:

mapping, by the control server, the first code to the first identifier and the first location.

14. The system of claim 13, wherein selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

retrieving the mapping of the first code, based on the first location being within a geographic proximity from a second location of the second device; and

retrieving the first identifier from the mapping.

15. The system of claim 14, wherein the second location is included in the second request and selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

identifying the second location within the second request; and

determining the geographic proximity between the first location and the second location.

16. The system of claim 14, wherein the second location is associated with the second device and selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

in response to receiving the second request, retrieving the second location from a mapping of the second location and an identity of the second device; and determining the geographic proximity between the first location and the second location.

17. A non-transitory processor-readable storage medium storing processor executable instructions that, when executed by a processor, cause the processor to perform operations comprising:

receiving, at a control server, a first request from a first device, the first request including a first identifier of a first user and a request for a code;

in response to the first request, providing a first code to the first device;

mapping, by the control server, the first code to the first identifier;

receiving, at the control server, a second request from a second device, the second request including the first code;

selecting, at the control server, the first identifier based on inclusion of the first code in the second request;

requesting, by the control server, a confirmation of the second request from the first device; and

processing the second request based on receipt of the confirmation from the first device.

18. The non-transitory processor-readable storage medium of claim 17, wherein the control server identifies a first location of the first device and the operations further comprise:

mapping, by the control server, the first code to the first identifier and the first location;

retrieving the mapping of the first code based on the first location being within a geographic proximity from a second location of the second device; and retrieving the first identifier from the mapping.

19. The non-transitory processor-readable storage medium of claim 18, wherein the second location is included in the second request and selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

identifying the second location within the second request; and

determining the geographic proximity between the first location and the second location.

20. The non-transitory processor-readable storage medium of claim 18, wherein the second location is associated with the second device and selecting the first identifier based on the inclusion of the first code in the second request further comprises:

in response to receiving the second request, retrieving the second location from a mapping of the second location and an identity of the second device; and determining the geographic proximity between the first location and the second location.