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Firefly III is a self-hosted manager for your personal finances. It's written in PHP 7.4. It's opinionated, which means it follows the mantra that I, the developer like.
Yes, there is a demo site where you can play with a sample administration.
Yes. For security reasons Firefly III opens up the registration form only for the first user, but anybody can register an account if you enable this under Administration > Configuration. Keep in mind that you won't be able to share your administration.
Will Firefly III have PSD2 integration?
Will Firefly III will be compliant with PSD2?
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as "PSD2 integration" or "compliancy". The integration that exists in the real world isn't really feasible for Firefly III.
Firstly, the PSD2 regulation tells banks that they should open their API's to authorized third parties. These authorized third parties must be registered at national financial institutes like "De Nederlandse Bank" (for the Netherlands). Such a registration is of course, impossible for Firefly III.
Each user would have to register their own Firefly III installation separately at the DNB. Keep in mind that this process is expensive. After this registration each bank must authorize you separately. To authorize yourself you will need an EDIAS compliant PSD2 digital certificate which can cost up to EUR 2000,- without tax.
It would cost a lot of time and money to get registered and get the right digital certificates. And even then, these banks have manual processes to allow new API customers and there's no guarantee Firefly III would even make the cut.
So just getting registered in the context of the PSD2 is impossible for Firefly III.
Secondly. Even if Firefly III was a hosted service (it's not) and it could be registered (it can't be), there is still another problem: the PSD2 doesn't tell banks how to open up their API's. Each bank has their own API with its own authenthication flow, API endpoints, data-formats and queries. Literally no bank has the same API. So even if we could register Firefly III at the DBN (we can't) and we could get a PSD2 compliant certificate (we can't), and get access to the API's (we won't) we would still have to develop separate applications for each single bank.
For applications and actual end users like Firefly III and the users that use it, the PSD2 regulation doesn't add any value at all, unfortunately.
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