@Geordie-R, yes, Binance will bind a certificate with your account.
Concerning the process of authentication, it isn't a quite exact path. You can open a website without a certificate. In that case Remme will look like "Log in with Facebook". HTTPS use of Remme is another Remme protocol possible use case and there are still a lot of questions to answer.
Some similarities transcended cultural differences -- the retail and travel industries are seen as potentially insecure on both sides of the pond. 19% of Americans and 40% of Brits see retail as a risky business when it comes to their personal data; 16% of Americans and 35% of Brits see the travel sector as the most insecure. Generally speaking, the UK is leading a growing trend in all-around awareness and concern in the matter of data security -- a trend to which Americans are now gradually catching on, the report says.
More stats about US and UK citizens attitudes about the data security are here https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/89890-american-consumers-slow-to-trust-but-quicker-to-forgive-security-breaches
Is REMME a scam?
They have bought their stars... Which is a sure sign of being up to no good.
The characteristics of "fake paid-for stars on GitHub" are:
For example, on the remprotocol repo, there was a large number of new ghost stars on the 25th Feb, and on the 1st of March 2020, it spiked at 117 before GitHub removed a batch of fake stars.
There is the possibility that someone else bought the fake stars for this company, but I think that'd be unlikely. I find it hard to trust the company behind this project- but as the community, what are your thoughts?