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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am serpacifico on github.
  • I am ser1 (https://keybase.io/ser1) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASAsB07ZQn05t1NUe8Ehk5HgkifMFcMMSyOPbv7LqcGHKQo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
  "body": {
    "key": {
      "eldest_kid": "01202c074ed9427d39b753547bc1219391e09227cc15c30c4b238f6efecba9c187290a",
      "host": "keybase.io",
      "kid": "01202c074ed9427d39b753547bc1219391e09227cc15c30c4b238f6efecba9c187290a",
      "uid": "8ad6f15201b4c11e167c3b49953a2d19",
      "username": "ser1"
    },
    "merkle_root": {
      "ctime": 1568198721,
      "hash": "4e6c7671b6a84f8445f39f948aa5e50ec575e927bf9f360a1f5f1c5595aa97f1c5430272bf785b086de598690d9f6b9c6fdfd068c3eb268a9b8ae4200b133cd2",
      "hash_meta": "cb84f9a01f47cd720536d84eb6ef79a3e1301f9c82570b78eb17aabb3dfa626f",
      "seqno": 6678417
    },
    "service": {
      "entropy": "CkHNT56BBAEr9CN+8GAkd4A1",
      "name": "github",
      "username": "serpacifico"
    },
    "type": "web_service_binding",
    "version": 2
  },
  "client": {
    "name": "keybase.io go client",
    "version": "4.4.1"
  },
  "ctime": 1568198732,
  "expire_in": 504576000,
  "prev": "2335626739a281ee1e77cc267d4eec57002757b36a8a808dd081e0041c1e510b",
  "seqno": 7,
  "tag": "signature"
}

with the key ASAsB07ZQn05t1NUe8Ehk5HgkifMFcMMSyOPbv7LqcGHKQo, yielding the signature:

hKRib2R5hqhkZXRhY2hlZMOpaGFzaF90eXBlCqNrZXnEIwEgLAdO2UJ9ObdTVHvBIZOR4JInzBXDDEsjj27+y6nBhykKp3BheWxvYWTESpcCB8QgIzViZzmige4ed8wmfU7sVwAnV7NqioCN0IHgBBweUQvEIKvngQlz1vPxyTyqc9BBuUn2jzdmKmkqSfl0scnxwBLoAgHCo3NpZ8RA0/PX0GgS39loI5GmzSPUwNViLeOfS0AztY1EyW0nCwFVIEuc3DAuvNspQY9bPnJj6UMzaNUC+NtR5c4bTfZhDKhzaWdfdHlwZSCkaGFzaIKkdHlwZQildmFsdWXEIILIb4ZkpNUAynZSfk0J8SHWE6naNPrONudyTliJUEx7o3RhZ80CAqd2ZXJzaW9uAQ==

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

My publicly-auditable identity:

https://keybase.io/ser1

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id ser1
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