Bitspark and Clef announces partnership

Announcements | April 24, 2015 By:

On Wednesday, April 22, Bitspark announced integration with Clef’s two-factor authentication to provide secure, “passwordless” logins for their users.

“From the first time I saw someone log in with Clef, I knew that this was the future of logging in. Our whole team got excited about the technology, and the integration was really quick,” said Bitspark CEO George Harrap.

Bitspark chose Clef because of how easy it is to use. Two-factor authentication – or ‘2FA’ – is a simple feature that asks for more than just a user’s password. To make login seamless, Clef recognizes a user’s phone instead of anything he or she needs to remember or type.

Bitspark is a Hong Kong-based exchange and remittance company. Clef is a secure two-factor authentication with no passwords or tokens.