On Tue, Mar 6, 2018, 10:25 PM Chase Roberts <keeper6...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> My response BLAKE2b.
> f8111d44 6841d376 5ef01319 14ab1007
> 779961a6 66998b1d ad63edbe c0123ba6
> b2581e69 936fc4c9 0ff51211 d5ff7cd0
> 85425f38 d8752ec2 25447c25 c29fc9ca
> The compute was done on an old air-gaped desktop. All network devices were
> removed from the desktop. I used a Ubuntu 16.04 boot drive that never was
> reconnected to the internet after the installation and setup was completed.
> After the response was verified, the desktop, keyboard, and all USB
> devices were destroyed with a hammer. What remains are in a vase on the bar
> in my apartment.
> I plan on adding this blake2b hash on the ZEC and Bitcoin blockchains
> after I finish miterms and spring break.
> Glad to be part of this. Cheers.
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> Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto
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