keybase join # if you're new, or
keybase login # if you're not.# then
keybase push # if you already have a public key, or
keybase gen # if this is all new to you
keybase id geruhn # verify identity proofs
keybase encrypt geruhn -m 'a secret msg'
keybase encrypt geruhn -s -m 'a signed secret msg'
# optionally track geruhn, so you don't# have to keep id'ing them, even when# switching machines
keybase track geruhn
# and psst, people you track are pulled into GPG too
gpg --encrypt # etc.
Once you're in, you can sign, verify, encrypt and decrypt in variety of ways. Check out the examples and, if necessary, the
installation instructions. All the crypto is performed with GPG. For an overview
of Keybase, check out our splash page.