Keybase: Cryptography and keys made easier
I'm trying to wrap my head around https://keybase.io/. http://devio.us uses it, and that's how I learned of its existence.
I already use keys for some services, so I'm not completely in the dark, but I sense that between the Keybase web service and local command-line interface, this is something useful.
Posted: Dec 06, 2014 01:25am UTC
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