General

The Ohanae Asset Tokenization Platform is the bridge between enterprises and the $256 trillion worth of real-world assets. Ohanae manages the processing of investors from log-in to capital received, as well as equity token issuance and tracking of stock ownership on blockchain throughout the lifetime of an asset. There is no server or software to buy or manage. Enterprise users focus solely on building smart contracts for tokenized assets. The platform provides:anyone.

  • AML/KYC verified self-sovereign identity;
  • Blockchain identity management;
  • Secure file sharing;
  • Stablecoin for payments, and
  • Equity Token primary issuance and digital asset lifecycle management.

TrustChain is a permissioned blockchain, an implementation of Ethereum in a way that is optimized for enterprise and asset tokenization. Enterprise users focus solely on building smart contracts, the platform provides AML/KYC verified self-sovereign identity, blockchain identity management, secure file sharing, and stablecoins for payments.

Ohanae stablecoin (OUSD) is a USD-backed token that is fully collateralized, legally protected, and transparently verified by third-party attestations. Dollar deposits converted into Ohanae stablecoins will be held in several Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) insured banks based in the U.S. Our legal framework enables an Ohanae stablecoin owner to exchange USD directly from the Ohanae platform. Our open source smart contracts ensure a 1:1 parity between Ohanae stablecoin and USD in the accounts.

Self-sovereign can be thought of as a digital record of identity information that you can control without relying on a central repository of data.

What is Basic Subscription?

Basic subscription is free account inclusive of 1 device activation.

What is Premium Subscription?

Premium subscription is paid subscription inclusive of 8 device activations.

What is Enterprise Subscription?

Enterprise edition is paid subscription inclusive of Force.com embedded edition license and unlimited device activations.

Android, iOS, macOS, Windows.

Basic Subscription

Download Ohanae client and receive free subscription.

Premium Subscription

To upgrade to Premium Subscription, login to Ohanae.com from a device installed with Ohanae client. Please refer to the following tutorials details:

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Windows Desktop
  • macOS
  • Windows Store

Enterprise Subscription

Contact sales@ohanae.com.

Presently, there is no way for Ohanae to retrieve forgotten passphrase as the passphrase is not stored on Ohanae server. We are currently working on a passphrase recovery using trustees of your choice (minimum 2 existing Ohanae user).

Please refer to the following tutorial to deactivate your device in case you lose your device.

  • macOS
  • Windows Desktop
  • Windows Store
  • Android
  • iOS

Recharge Here (macOS / Windows)

On Android and iOS, launch Ohanae App: select Account Tab, Ohanae Online.

Alias Emails are used primarily as an alternative to your username for secure file sharing. For example, Alice has 3 email alias addresses: alice-work@abc.com, alice-personal@abc.com, alice-private@abc.com. A valid Ohanae user can share a secure file with Alice using any one of these email addresses. Deleting alias emails will not affect the data that was previously encrypted.

Follow the following steps to ensure your Ohanae plugin is enabled.

Google Chrome

For Mac :

  1. Make sure the plugin is installed by going to the Chrome Web Store and clicking Add to Chrome. (Or go directly to this link : Google Chrome Web Store)
  2. Click Windows and click Extensions.
  3. Check the Enabled button.

For Windows Desktop :

  1. Make sure the plugin is installed by going to the Chrome Web Store and clicking Add to Chrome. (Or go directly to this link : Google Chrome Web Store)
  2. Type in chrome://extensions in the URL field.
  3. Enable Ohanae 1-Tap Login.

Firefox

For Mac :

  1. Click Tools from the Menu list.
  2. Click Add-ons.
  3. Search for Ohanae and check Enabled..

For Windows Desktop :

  1. Click the Settings Icon.
  2. Click Add-ons.
  3. Search for Ohanae and check Enabled.

Internet Explorer

  1. Navigte to "Manage Add-ons" listed under browser options at the top-right
  2. Select Toolbars and Extensions and search for Ohanae 1-Tap.
  3. Select the plugin and click Enable button.

Safari

  1. Click on the Safari options on the top left corner of the browser and select Preferences
  2. Select Toolbars and Extensions and search for Ohanae 1-Tap.
  3. Select Extensions on the panel on top and find the Ohanae plugin. Check Enable checkbox.

Features

There are three ways on how to sign up for an Ohanae account:

  • Register from Ohanae App
  • Invited by another Ohanae User
  • Enterprise account creation

Please refer to the following tutorials on how to sign up:

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Windows Store
  • macOS
  • Windows Desktop

Please check your junk mail folder. If there is still no email, please contact support@Ohanae.com. Please add license@ohanae.com to your email white list.

Error Message Reason
Invalid username/password Wrong username and password entered.
Your device is unauthorized You have exceeded the number of authorized devices permitted based on your subscription. If you reach this limit, any additional devices that you sign into will be deemed as unauthorized device..
Your account is inactive The user didn’t click the Activation Link sent to the user’s email.
Connection unavailable Please check your Internet connection.

 

1-Tap Login is a Password Management System.

No.

User may rollback password. Just click on the Rollback password icon:  Choose the date of your last password to revert.

From mobile app, copy/paste the desired password into the mobile application.

(Manual vs. Generated Password)

Manual passwords are passwords defined by you. Generated passwords are unique, complex password that Ohanae generated for you. Please refer to the following tutorials on how to create manual or generated passwords:

  • macOS
  • Windows Desktop
  • Windows Store
  • Android
  • iOS

Yes.

Secure Workplace is a leave-no-trace security feature available only on the Windows Desktop platform. Secure Workplace ensures protection against data leakage by removing all session data and newly created files that are not stored in protected folders. It allows users to work without compromising on security and confidentiality of data.

Secure Cloud Drive enables synchronization of encrypted files across different repositories such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. Please refer to the following tutorials on using Secure Cloud Drive:

  • macOS
  • Windows Desktop
  • Windows Store
  • Android
  • iOS

Encrypted Ohanae files (.oha) can be shared via: Email, WhatsApp, iMessage, Skype, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Salesforce Community Cloud, Quip, Slack and USB flash drive. Ohanae is unique because it allows security to travel with the shared files. This gives organizations full visibility and control.

Ohanae has an on-the-fly client-side transparent file encryption and can be used on desktop computers and mobile devices, allowing a user to retain a very high level of privacy and security when accessing their cloud storage and conducting Internet transactions. Please refer to the following tutorials on Secure Cloud Drive and Secure File Sharing on how to secure your data using Ohanae:

  • macOS
  • Windows Desktop
  • Windows Store
  • Android
  • iOS
.ohanae .oha
Encrypted files for private use. Encrypted files for sharing.
Only stored in Secure Cloud Drive folders. Can be stored anywhere, except Secure Cloud Drive folders.
Encrypted transparently by Ohanae. Encrypted explicitly by user.
Decrypted transparently and saved in clear text when copied to an unprotected folder. Saved in encrypted format at any location when copied; Needs to be explicitly decrypted.
Private access. File owner can view the files stored in the protected cloud drives on any authorized device. User can share and control who can access it. Those without permission will be unable to view data even if they have access to the file. Owner can always view the file on any personal Ohanae-enabled device.

 

Box application does not support “Box.Ohanae” in macOS. This folder is recognized as a package folder and therefore not uploaded to the cloud by Box application.

Primary Drive is a local encrypted volume on a Windows or Mac that is accessible only when Ohanae is running. Files are transparently encrypted and saved to these volumes.

Secondary Drive is similar to Primary Drive, though it can support external USB flash/hard drive.

Once you logged out from Ohanae, the secure drives will be unmounted.

If the invite activation link is not clicked within 48 hours, the Ohanae account will be deleted.

How do I update Chrome extension?

Chrome will automatically update the plugin once Ohanae Plugin Browser Extension for Google Chrome is uploaded to the Chrome Web Store.

To manually update the plugin browser please follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the Ohanae plugin icon.
  2. Click Remove from Chrome...
  3. Go to Chrome Web Store from your browser.
  4. Search Ohanae.
  5. Click Add to Chrome.
  6. Click Add Extension.
  7. Ohanae plugin for Google Chrome is now installed.

 

Miscellaneous

Always set the file to be opened by the file's default application.

Ohanae client for iOS does not have In-App purchase for now.

Features Menu Bar Client
Password Management Yes  
1-Tap Browser Extension Yes  
Secure Shared Folder

Yes

(Finder)

Yes

(Rest API)

Secure Cloud Drive

Yes

(Finder)

Yes

(Rest API)

Secure File Sharing

Yes

(Finder)

Yes

(Rest API)

Secure Drive Yes  

 

Features Windows Desktop Windows Store
Password Management Yes  
1-Tap Browser Extension Yes  
Secure Shared Folder

Yes

(finder)

Yes

(Rest API)

Secure Cloud Drive

Yes

(finder)

Yes

(Rest API)

Secure File Sharing

Yes

(finder)

Yes

(Rest API)

Secure Drive Yes  

Yes.