This page details what signatures are and how to verify them.

What Signatures Are

Signatures are a way for readers to know that something is genuine and not written by a malicous third party. The public key is as follows:


Please remember that if this website can be tampered with, so can this key. Please also verify this key via internet archives and other means.

How to Verify Signatures

The public key is a bitcoin address. Signatures will always be of the SHA-256 of a file, never raw text to allow for fluidity in signing other files such as images, audio, and video.

There are multiple ways for you to verify signatures. Electrum is great cross-platform software for using bitcoin as well as verifying signatures, you can also use this open-source tool. Simply download the repository and open index.html.