@xorman to get full benefit of keybase, you need to upload your private key to them, otherwise, no decryption, no signing, no identity proofs.
Remember that you as a person can decrypt very private messages with that key. And keybase has that exact key on their proprietary server. That is a risk you really need to think about.
I once had an account, I only uploaded public keys. Functionality was limited due to it.
@yarmo LOL what a joke of a security model. I wonder why the crypto community adopted it.
@xorman the community has been demanding open source servers and keybase refuses. Now with the zoom acquihire, no reason to trust the service at all anymore
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!