Andreas Antonopulos is right “Not your keys, not your coins” and because the purpose of our solution is to provide IDs rooted in the blockchain rather than coins, I may say “Not your keys, not your IDs”
So rather than providing an “intermediate” solution for newcomers as described in the original whitepaper, we’ve decided to improve this part and to focus on the UX of the App to give full control to end users.
So @unikname owners are the only one to get their keys, they’re the only ones to have full control of their @unikname and their related data. Thank’s to our protocol, @unikname owners are the only one to unlock access to any websites. We don’t, and nobody else can.
my.unik-name App is used to unlock access to any websites. This Unikname App embed all wallet features, and it is the only one location where user’s private keys are stored. To avoid to enter the long and “unusable” passphrase every time you need to authenticate, the wallet is secured with a pin code attached to the device. All users need is their device’s pin-code (or fingerprint).
Today this is one of the most secure way to store passphrase (unless paper ) and it tends to become a standard.