I will show you step by step how to open & secure your account on the Binance marketplace.
Open your account
To open an account, click here. You will be taken to the Binance interface, where you will be prompted to create an account.
You can, create your account either by using an email or your cell phone number.
Binance, will send you an email to confirm the creation of your account.
Click on the link to activate your account.
Securing your account
It is strongly recommended to activate a minimum of security on your account. To do this go to your account.
When, you are on your Binance account go to :
account > Security
You arrive on a page that looks like this:
I advise you to enable at least dual authentication (2FA) with an application like Google Authentication. As well as the Anti-phishing Code.
What is 2FA?
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a strong authentication method by which a user can access a computer resource (such as a computer, smartphone, or website) after presenting two separate proofs of identity to an authentication mechanism.
Security key :
Security key is a hardware device used to allow access to an electronically protected resource (bank account, electronically locked room, etc.).
Binance recommends that you purchase a YubiKey brand device, you will find a list of products by clicking here.
Google Authenticator generates validation codes in two steps on your phone.
The two-step validation enhances the security of your Google Account by requiring a second validation step when you sign in. In addition to your password, you will need the code generated by the Google Authenticator application on your phone.
Don’t forget to write down your Google 2FA code somewhere safe.
You receive an authentication code directly by SMS.
You receive an authentication code directly by e-mail.
Address management allows you to write and save memos for each of your collection addresses. The optional White List feature helps protect your funds by allowing withdrawals only to whitelisted addresses.
By configuring an anti-phishing code, you will be able to know if your notification emails come from Binance or from phishing attempts.