Bitcoin platforms around the world are constantly monitoring their security implementations, and they are forced to adapt where necessary. The traditional “username and password” combination is far from secure, and most services will allow you to set up two-factor authentication as an additional layer of security. BitQuick, on the other hand, has integrated Clef 2FA into their platform, which also removes the “password” part from the equation.
Clef 2FA – Eliminating Passwords
When it comes to using any online service, the more traditional way of accessing your account occurs through entering a username and password. Even though you can generate fairly secure passwords these days – by using tools such as LastPass – it is not the most secure solution to protect customer data.