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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am e3yore on github.
  • I am eey0re (https://keybase.io/eey0re) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASAuG3gR6Nc3h-em4_es1YMqxQ1oUbNQwVq59nxcLs-DXQo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
  "body": {
    "key": {
      "eldest_kid": "01202e1b7811e8d73787e7a6e3f7acd5832ac50d6851b350c15ab9f67c5c2ecf835d0a",
      "host": "keybase.io",
      "kid": "01202e1b7811e8d73787e7a6e3f7acd5832ac50d6851b350c15ab9f67c5c2ecf835d0a",
      "uid": "5af80ac8cf6dc915477b9143bdcb6f19",
      "username": "eey0re"
    },
    "merkle_root": {
      "ctime": 1532994482,
      "hash": "e48fe28a1adaf1676abbd3f141f873972be9bb7406a91c46f25ac207d3ead98d4ea766522333585f22195883a4ef0e81eb0943a524e7f3cc9df7912caf0d2455",
      "hash_meta": "68369397229ae99794c2c7170b49ad4bf12ed3c9c5215d6e9c9aab6f3651404e",
      "seqno": 3358244
    },
    "service": {
      "entropy": "gUZE7lkIGHSFvC3qx3ro2+FQ",
      "name": "github",
      "username": "e3yore"
    },
    "type": "web_service_binding",
    "version": 2
  },
  "client": {
    "name": "keybase.io go client",
    "version": "2.3.0"
  },
  "ctime": 1532994560,
  "expire_in": 504576000,
  "prev": "bd904399ddbf6233f8970db653eb76c4aac52a16ee857021da80fad9a22c4b45",
  "seqno": 5,
  "tag": "signature"
}

with the key ASAuG3gR6Nc3h-em4_es1YMqxQ1oUbNQwVq59nxcLs-DXQo, yielding the signature:

hKRib2R5hqhkZXRhY2hlZMOpaGFzaF90eXBlCqNrZXnEIwEgLht4EejXN4fnpuP3rNWDKsUNaFGzUMFaufZ8XC7Pg10Kp3BheWxvYWTESpcCBcQgvZBDmd2/YjP4lw22U+t2xKrFKhbuhXAh2oD62aIsS0XEIPtvWM6UPgbPjD2gu/8XyFrOpY4cUko45pUt9tIu8ws1AgHCo3NpZ8RAqntdDCA+A2rYSdlH+FGM0ZRxBwD1WJ9Gr2RrhzWOpgk2FzoAIms0681+V9hgXITzVIZEXaP+r7HL9NuW7fvJDKhzaWdfdHlwZSCkaGFzaIKkdHlwZQildmFsdWXEIL9E73cOf+gSqVknMhCDPu9ve09iys/xYzvgfGkhKxSMo3RhZ80CAqd2ZXJzaW9uAQ==

And finally, I am proving ownership of the github account by posting this as a gist.

My publicly-auditable identity:

https://keybase.io/eey0re

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id eey0re
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