The prospect of complete anonymity and communiation security on the SAFE network is one of its most important features, as discussed in another recent thread.
The flip side of this needs some discussion, too, I think.
Since the network is cryptographically secured, it is inherent that, even while anonymous, an address is verifiable as belonging to the signing identity. This should allow for the ablility for anyone to have a persona which can be verified as belonging to a publicly verified identity. This would be needed for various purposes such as banking, social networking, etc., where we WANT our communications tied to our physical person.
I am assuming that both of these uses can be managed within the same “account”, but would love to have a brief from @dirvine (or anyone else who knows) how this will be managed in the native account interface. It would be important to not cross-pollenate these states, but hopefully it won’t be necessary to have separate “accounts” for them, either.