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Possible affordances id - basic condition (if id boughts - not access) - it's possible to create new account ip address (if ip address bought - not access) - it's possible to change ip/have a changing network VISA - (if VISA boughts - not access) - it's possible to create new card Cookies Telephone Number (Pin system(?)) If you connect those 3 conditions -...


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I see no reason to deal with passwords if you have OAuth / magic link, you simply dont need password (and therefore dont need your user to pick password after OAuth login for sure) Generate and send password is also not convinient: try open your inbox and find StackExchange registration email. Every time you send magic link, it has to contain new access ...


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Hi Michael Joseph Aubry, When evaluating approaches like this, it's best to blur the lines between usability and security. Is the magic link and passwordless a good UX? Yes it is. The best way to create a secure UX is to make it seamless. Fingerprint, magic link e.t.c are both relatively secure and usable, they lift the cognitive burden from the user of ...


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Best option: Keep both handy You can decide to show Login/Registration either based on data (first time use vs login token) Or based on whether the app has a higher traffic web platform Or based on expectation of the user via a bit of user research BUT always keep the alternate option handy. Either with a tab-like switcher or a simple link. Notice how ...


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