All About 2FA
What is Two-Factor Authentication?
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is an additional security layer to your password. With 2FA enabled on your account, you will have to provide your 2FA code when performing certain actions on the app.
How does TOTP works?
Crypto.com is using a Time-based One-time Password (TOTP) for Two-Factor Authentication, it involves generating a temporary, unique one-time 6-digit code that only works for 30 seconds. To perform any actions that will affect your assets, you will need to enter this code besides the common password.
Which actions on the Crypto.com app can enable 2FA?
Send crypto to other app users
Wallet address whitelist
How do I set up 2FA?
Please refer to the step-by-step guide
Which authenticators should I use?
Providing strong security and great user experience are always our top priorities. there’s a great authenticator we would like to recommend to you - Authy.
Authy is not only supporting generating a time-dependent 6-digit code like other authenticators in the market but also offering the following features:
2FA tokens automatically sync to any new device you authorize. And, if a device is lost, stolen, or retired, you can deauthorize it from any authorized device just as quickly.
Encrypted recovery backups
Authy takes advantage of encrypted backups in the cloud. In case you lose your phone, you can still access Authy accounts from other devices
Please note that we are supporting various authenticators, you can still use any other authenticators like Google Authenticator, and you can change to Authy at any time.
How to disable/enable my 2FA?
You can disable 2FA temporarily by simply toggling off in Settings. Please note that disabling doesn’t mean reset so please keep your key secure. Reset 2FA should only be used if you no longer have access to your authenticator. It makes your authentication key registered no longer available, meaning you need to go through the process of Setting Up 2FA when you re-enable 2FA.
How to reset my 2FA?
In the case you've lost your device, authenticator app, or lost access to your verified email, you may want to reset Two-Factor Authentication.
To reset 2FA Authenticator, please contact our customer support and provide us with the following information:
Your registered email address
A selfie of you holding a paper with the following handwritten on it:
Date of request
Please ensure your face and the message are clearly visible.
** Resetting your Authenticator settings will disable your 2FA protection on both your Exchange account and the Crypto.com App account.
To help protect your account, please immediately remove the previous authentication key from your authenticator and re-enable 2FA once your 2FA has been reset.
How do I set up 2FA?
How to enable 2FA?
Step 1: Select 2-Factor Authentication in the app settings
Step 2: Turn on Enable 2FA toggle
Step 3: Scan the QR code with an authenticator app, or copy the code to add it manually and backup the authentication key.
Step 4: Enable 6-digit verification code
How to disable 2FA?
Step 1: Select 2-Factor Authentication on app setting
Step 2: Turn off Enable 2FA toggle
Step 3: Confirm disabling 2FA
Step 4: Enter password/touch Id
Step 5: Enter 2FA