AlphaPoint Integrates 2FA Service Clef for Secure Logins to Bitcoin Exchanges

AlphaPoint Integrates 2FA Service Clef for Secure Logins to Bitcoin Exchanges

AlphaPoint has just announced that it is integrating two-factor authentication service Clef into its platform, making it convenient to login securely to more than 20 exchanges that depend on its digital currency exchange technology. According to the company, AlphaPoint "offers a white label solution that allows clients to launch their own digital currency exchange in under 20 days." AlphaPoint has also recently partnered with IdentityMind to solve know-your-customer and anti-money laundering compliance issues. No more passwords, no more tokens. Security has always been an important focus....


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