kbfs - Keybase Filesystem (KBFS)

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This repository contains the official Keybase implementation of the client-side code for the Keybase filesystem (KBFS). See the KBFS documentation for an introduction and overview. All code is written in the Go Language, and relies on the Keybase service.

https://keybase.io/docs/kbfs
https://github.com/keybase/kbfs

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