to be used for for fast, keyboard-less online payments
like name, date of birth, even a photo!
rethink passwords and security tokens
to fill up those pesky online forms in a snap
All that data stored in your cipherwallet mobile app comes to life when websites ask for it. If a website displays a QR code next to a form, just scan it with cipherwallet, and the fields on the form get magically filled up. Making signup, login, and online purchasing easier - that's what cipherwallet is about!
All your private data is stored, in an encrypted form, only on your mobile device - NOT on our servers. You are permanently in control of where your data goes. The cipherwallet mobile app locks itself up after a few minutes of inactivity, and self-destroys after a few failed unlocking attempts.
Oh, yeah, the mobile app is free. Like in, free-and-no-ads. Should we say that loud?
Yup. That's exactly $0. Otherwise said, free. You do the integration, test user adoption, and tune up your system without paying a dime.
Affordable pricing that gets you signup and login services. For websites with moderate traffic and a few hundred users.
Your users already love you. They made your website very well known, and they keep returning. You can offer them a little comfort.
Pre-canned pricing tiers suck. The pricing samples above are just that - samples.
They're only intended to give you a ballpark idea.
To get a quote that fits your traffic profile better, please contact us.
We could require to have the cipherwallet users registered with us, and store their name, email, phone number, address, and who knows what else.
That is not our business model. We decided to transfer sensitive information directly between users and our customers, without peeking at the details of the transactions. The mobile app users don't to have a cipherwallet account.
We could store user's private information in our databases, and brag about how perfectly secure they are.
We think that keeping users in direct control of how their data is stored and where their data goes will to increase their confidence, and help with their sense of responsibility.
We could collect metadata information about users and websites, and create cross-statistics about users affinities and preferences, or about their shopping patterns.
We decided to stick with the services that we're good at, and refuse to think about users like rows in a spreadsheet, or colored pixels on stats charts. Users are NOT our product.
We could keep total secrecy regarding our operations, servers and backend tools, and postulate that there is no way we can have a security breach.
We are aware that cyber-attacks are rampant, therefore we periodically invite security specialists to audit our systems, and we offer bounties for white-hat hacker work.
We would like you to be fully aware of how we are using (or not using) your data, so that you can feel entirely safe using our products.