/jwt/v1/accounts/<account_id>. To decode a JWT add the query string
jtiis the JWT ID. All JWTs have one and they are unique.
iatis Issued At - the UNIX date (number of seconds since 1970) when the JWT was issued.
issis the Issuer. For NATS JWTs it is the public key of the issuer. In the example above the entity is an account, so the issuer will be an operator. Thus the id will always start with the letter
subis the Subject of the claim. In NATS JWTs it is the public key of the entity of the claim is for. In the example above, it is an Account, so the issuer will always start with the letter
falseor not set), and it is a
stream. So this account exports a public stream. With that information you can create an import on the public stream.