Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Understand how 2FA works

As the name implies, two-factor authentication enhances security by requiring two forms of identification before granting access.

This identification typically involves something you know (your password) and something you have (a 2FA code generated by an authentication app on your device).

This extra step significantly reduces the risk of unauthorized access.

Benefits of 2FA:

  • Increased security: Protects your account from unauthorized access.
  • Easy to use: Simple setup process and user-friendly authentication apps.
  • Peace of mind: Ensures your sensitive information and transactions are secure.

Where to Find 2FA Settings

To enable and manage 2FA for your account, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your account on the dashboard using your credentials.

  2. Locate the submenu at the bottom left of your dashboard and select the Settings option.

  3. On the Settings page, find and select the Security option.

  4. In the Security section, you will find the option to enable 2FA. Click on the toggle to allow 2FA and follow the on-screen instructions to set up 2FA for your account.

    Enable 2FA

Uses of 2FA Code

Once 2FA is enabled, the 2FA code generated by your authentication app can be used for the following purposes:

  1. Sign Withdrawals: After initiating a withdrawal, you will be prompted to enter your 2FA code to authorize the transaction. This ensures that only authorized users can perform withdrawals.

  2. Log In: Each time you log in to your account, you will be required to enter your 2FA code after entering your password.

2FA For Withdrawals

You can also enable 2FA for all your withdrawals. Enabling this option means that every time you need to carry out a withdrawal, you’ll pass through the two-factor authentication.

To enable it, tick the Enable 2FA check box on the Security page:

NOTE: Using this feature will require you to input a TOT code for each transaction.