@mdkcore never actually took a look at this, it's really awesome, no accounts needed!

yup, just your own key with notations and you are all set up! \o/

proofs are stored in your public key, its not on a server or service. To be valid, the service has to have the key fingerprint. It's using notations supported by openpgp standard

It's not trying to solve all problems, just identity proof.

@mdkcore @keyoxide

Advantages :
- decentralized
- more secure
- you own your data and keys, not a company.

@mdkcore @keyoxide

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