Keybase is a secure messaging and file-sharing tool.
# On Ubuntu.
Create PGP key
Open Ubuntu’s “Password and Keys” tool, create a PGP key there.
Run the following command to get the PGP public key:
# List the PGP keys.
gpg -K --keyid-format long --with-colons --with-fingerprint
# Export the public PGP key for "keybase.io".
# The fpr value(fingerprint value without the colons part).
# should be used in the following command.
gpg --export -a B2CA5FBEER5A9B29C9C8ED3A524D4026B4DBA588
Now you can open the “Keybase” client by executing “run_keybase”, and then add the public PGP key into “keybase.io”.
By defaut Keybase starts automatically after Ubuntu boots. To disable it, run the following command(from here:
keybase ctl autostart --disable