Meldium's security FAQ is a joke:
In order to provide app management and automatic login, Meldium must store some of your sensitive information on our servers. For user management, we may store your API keys, your username and password, or an OAuth credential.
A limited set of Meldium employees have access to the secure fleet and the master encryption keys
Due to the architecture of our system, it is technically possible for a Meldium employee to gain access to your secret data. As a matter of corporate policy, this kind of access is forbidden.
I, too, hope LastPass will be able to maintain their passion in the face of LogMeIn's corporate culture, but when it comes to security I will not trust to hope.