A free 1Password competitor trying to kill the password

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Steve Kirsch
@stkirsch · CEO, Token
Update — the newest app is out for iOS and we now support TouchID, plus addressed many early comments from our users. Would love to know what you think.
Would you recommend OneID to a friend?


Ouriel Ohayon
@ourielohayon · appsfire, CEO/ isai (VC) co-founder
free? what s the catch?
Steve Kirsch
@stkirsch · CEO, Token
I am the creator and founder of oneID. I have been involved with the Internet since it first began and I deeply care about identity and security so I wanted to address the four top issues brought up in the comments so far. Comment #1: oneID doesn’t address the real problem with passwords We spent years creating an award-winning unbreakable, trustable feder… See more
Kumar Thangudu
@datarade · 2X Saas Founder + Angel Investor
Isn't a password tool that stores your password in the 'cloud', by definition not secure? I'm no security expert, just curious. Nice website.
Jeremiah Lee
@jeremiahlee · Web API, Fitbit
Complete non-starter: it's a service, not a product. The beauty of 1Password is that it's only ever on your devices and syncs in a peer-to-peer between devices. Any password product that depends on a middleman service is a security nightmare waiting to happen.
Joe Blau
@joe_blau · iOS Engineer @ Uber, ATC
Onboarding experience is great especially with the fact that you don't have to enter any passwords to create your account. The user interface is clean and modern. From the security side it's still one password, but it has been reduced to a 4 digit pin which is going to be a lot easier to figure out than my alpha-numeric-symbolic password on 1Password. Eve… See more