Turn on 2 Factor Authentication (2FA)
Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security for your account.
It works by asking you to enter a unique one-time pin code every time you sign-in to your Cape Crypto account.
Turn on Two Factor Authentication (2FA)
Use a unique, strong password for your Cape Crypto account
Always use unique passwords for every online account you have, and do not share passwords from account to another.
When creating a password, it is strongly recommended to use a password manager which takes the work out of creating and remembering new unique passwords across all of your accounts. Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox all offer built in password managers, and you can also use a password manager such as LastPass.
Never share your password with anybody, not even Cape Crypto
We will never ask you for your password. If someone is asking you for your password, consider it fraud and report them to Cape Crypto.
Never share your Two Factor Authentication one-time pin code with anybody, not even Cape Crypto
We will never ask you for your one-time pin. If someone is asking you for your one-time pin, consider it fraud and report them to Cape Crypto
Known crypto scams to look out for
Be mindful of 'too good to be true' offers. The cryptocurrency space is new and exciting, yet there are lots of scams that are looking to take advantage of unsuspecting people. If its too good to be true, it usually is.
Some common scam types to read up on and arm yourself with knowledge against are:
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