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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
  "body": {
    "key": {
      "eldest_kid": "0120ac570698bd44bbfde9f2ef714e6b76d60f21d7ad6cc8d7d7c1d6dedd55acca500a",
      "host": "keybase.io",
      "kid": "0120ac570698bd44bbfde9f2ef714e6b76d60f21d7ad6cc8d7d7c1d6dedd55acca500a",
      "uid": "429462eae500b6a0ca1b8db726904c19",
      "username": "michaelconroy"
    },
    "merkle_root": {
      "ctime": 1523895987,
      "hash": "def9f3abad90fc1b007c60865481c64ba14c6bd8f2b0f585732ca9b3d23ef96fa45a1456a880fd77300b253bc9e98a75ec67c0b51de2ccccc6e68e0d977a7f9b",
      "hash_meta": "b28197446c24cdc0c386748c7de4573ba73693f6b10cb2275a71bbc5aa3f7839",
      "seqno": 2396853
    },
    "service": {
      "entropy": "5rHAe3sbThn7nQ5xFOP2cl5G",
      "name": "github",
      "username": "sietekk"
    },
    "type": "web_service_binding",
    "version": 2
  },
  "client": {
    "name": "keybase.io go client",
    "version": "1.0.47"
  },
  "ctime": 1523896007,
  "expire_in": 504576000,
  "prev": "8531f3b64979a8509bb7123fc5940684bba16a469ecba77d12a03904a3d82f09",
  "seqno": 10,
  "tag": "signature"
}

with the key ASCsVwaYvUS7_eny73FOa3bWDyHXrWzI19fB1t7dVazKUAo, yielding the signature:

hKRib2R5hqhkZXRhY2hlZMOpaGFzaF90eXBlCqNrZXnEIwEgrFcGmL1Eu/3p8u9xTmt21g8h161syNfXwdbe3VWsylAKp3BheWxvYWTESpcCCsQghTHztkl5qFCbtxI/xZQGhLuhakaey6d9EqA5BKPYLwnEIO+qh3Lfo09/SAWrcmeYlu7qket05Q7qF1RzQEvRg45GAgHCo3NpZ8RABfUnpcctj4K4OGXwjbnb+zSdRuyYMcEGOi3WAsBEc4HmpKFigCTfP1n5z3I7w+E8/9SP73pgmf5FCZwMVLm2BKhzaWdfdHlwZSCkaGFzaIKkdHlwZQildmFsdWXEIM35A3d9vGK4Sl3BNTYZ93P7mLVbH03VpbYds4mebk9No3RhZ80CAqd2ZXJzaW9uAQ==

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

My publicly-auditable identity:

https://keybase.io/michaelconroy

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id michaelconroy
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