Verified, thanks! Where might one find your PGP public key so that they can check your signature?
Jason > On 22 Feb 2018, at 20:49, Troy Stackhouse via zapps-wg > <zapps...@lists.z.cash.foundation> wrote: > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA256 > Powers of Tau Attestation by Troy Stackhouse > Date: February 22, 2018 > > I had a new, unconfigured laptop which provided an easy opportunity to > participate, since I could just wipe it clean afterwards. I set it up > fresh with Windows 10 a few days ago and made sure it was fully > patched. I kept the machine offline when I wasn't using it, and more > recently I downloaded the Rust implementation of powersoftau, which I > compiled using Visual Studio Code w/ Rust rls (which also required I > install Visual Studio C++ desktop tools). > > When it came to the ceremony, I kept the machine in my sight the whole > time and no other human beings were nearby. For entropy, I simply > mashed my keyboard... a lot (much longer than I felt was necessary). > Upon completion, I fully wiped the drive with DBAN (currently in > progress). > > Here's my BLAKE2b hash: > 7573a747 d9b4e480 00de2715 c5bfa2ff > 1c515371 4608cea3 97fae0fe 72846297 > 3a5b4d87 ce3e2a78 61d95a1e 59e723f9 > 6af41c1c f1b915ae 5ad5730d 1ccbaa91 > > I also posted it on Reddit: > https://www.reddit.com/r/zec/comments/7v0889/50_participants_now_for_powers_of_tau_its_not_too/duo4808/ > > - -Troy Stackhouse > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > iQEzBAEBCAAdFiEE8neTVirh6YWW6scfQRWJHtHRLwYFAlqPKXEACgkQQRWJHtHR > Lwbiigf/YGkwtsI9AX/FlIioRloEwGVDV3X5AcYqW781jnXDfOrP10EDyYtBMjS7 > PIPJYOZdqHLeMCG/dV2ZUhUWLXMAremeq5IwmbdQKz+gJQkjrUQIyFsQKVY01DeG > FYkPH4tSURzcM71OlEbjgMzJ8R00nkbTOjoO1tBUntT/t6wTGO9hQR0HyEPMq6sM > qAXZjpYxsjSxW1kTn2LWq+XN4APZCMErT10pc1/azOpaShfUrtZY9O7bj98wBHZ9 > N/ljlsEdRgdJsCZQJcsuJfiyu3b7sSaNcWjdOmZh0X3D/rSq/JLvmpJ+USz1xozo > FNhPyqkHXNp1PDrO4FgBNyu1ANkWcA== > =NoJW > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- Jason Davies, https://powersoftau.plutomonkey.com/