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August 11, 2017, 01:53:34 AM
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I noticed a lot of reputable users have been using Keybase.io
So I signed up to see what's up
The easiest way for people to find my PGP key would be having my PGP on a simple URL like keybase.io/iluvbitcoins
Tried adding my own PGP key, the guide was saying to enter commands in the terminal
Tried entering in cmd and gave up  Cheesy
Created a PGP with them and the problem I was having is that my PGP keys password is the website password
How safe is messeging through Keybase if my account password is my PGP password o.o

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September 26, 2017, 02:57:31 PM
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haven't tried their services, but I would recommend to focus on something more mainstream, like blockchain.info

they already have good service, why risk money on a new one
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January 02, 2018, 12:37:55 PM
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I am also looking now at keybase as you said some people here use it. Idea like idea is not bad to have our public keys there and linked accounts. Although it raises some concearns specially when you have an option to put your private key on their server for "safe keeping" plus having in mind that it is centralized serviece we need to trust them, even if code is open source you simply can't be sure that they are runnung current version.

Their option to contact people while they haven't registered is another concearn for itself since by doing this somebody else could "hack" or gain access to that person social information and register like account is theirs, but infact it's not.

Another thing is sadly for some reason I have problems with setting up my mobile device so I have 2 devices at end.

It would be good if somebody could shred some light about it a bit more. Idea like idea is great, tho they haven't made it really simple to use and easy to use yet for ordinary people. They tend to blend in chat + file sharing which is great as we need more secure servieces out there.

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