AlphaPoint Adopts Clef’s No-Password Two-Factor Authentication

AlphaPoint Adopts Clef’s No-Password Two-Factor Authentication

In an attempt to make logins safe and easy, AlphaPoint has announced Clef’s no-password two-factor authentication for the exchanges built on the AlphaPoint platform. This move is expected to help the company gain more Bitcoin exchanges as clients. Currently, AlphaPoint provides the technological backend to approximately 20 Bitcoin exchanges. AlphaPoint believes that its partnership with Clef will enable its exchanges to accept Clef’s popular two-factor authentication solution. Currently, the company is providing services to some top companies, including Bitfinex, one of the world’s largest....


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