This guide will cover how to get started on Binance, 2-FA protection and more handy things to know before getting started trading.
Binance is one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in the industry. Binance provides a platform for trading various alt-coins. The company was founded by Changpeng Zhao in China, but later moved out of China due to the increasing regulation of cryptocurrency.
Let’s get started with the registration
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Hit the yellow ‘Register’ button on the right top corner of your screen.
Enter your email and password & check the ‘I agree to Binance Terms of Service’
1. (Tip: To provide yourself with a strong password there are a couple of easy ways to do so. 1. Enter a bunch of random capital and non-capital letters and numbers on a notepad, copy and paste this as your password.
2. Go to https://1password.com and check the ‘Numbers’ & ‘Symbols’ to generate your password.)
Remember to have a back-up of your password somewhere, we recommend to have this written on a piece of paper and store it somewhere safe.
(In the event of forgetting your password and not having made a back-up of your password, your password can be reset by the ‘I forgot my password’ service Binance offers. Access to the chosen email is a must.)
Hit the yellow ‘Create Account’ button and complete the captcha code by sliding the puzzle piece into the designated position.
When you have completed this step, a verification code will be sent to the email address you have used to sign up your account with. Locate the email, open it and fill in the string of numbers on the Binance website.
gratulations! You have now officially created your Binance Exchange account.
Binance will offer you a couple of ways to get started. But before we can actually get started there is still a protection layer that needs to be added onto your account. Skip the provided ways given by Binance by clicking the ‘Go to dashboard’ button at the top right corner
When you have made it to your dashboard, a pop up window will appear notifying you with a message about the low security on your account. We strongly recommend every user to complete the 2-Factor Authentication to increase your account’s security level.
What is 2-FA Authentication?: 2-FA is a simple, yet very effective strategy to enhance the security of your account on many platforms and apps, in this case we will be using it for our Binance Exchange account. 2-FA basically sends its users a rotating code that is required to log in, only the owner of the account will receive the code.
Log into your Binance account and hit the ‘Security’ button on the left side of the interface.
Locate ‘Google Authentication’ and hit the button ‘On’.
Download the app from Google Play onto your desktop or through the App Store onto your mobile device.
Enter the Google Authenticator app. Hit the option to scan QR code
(we recommend saving this key)
Once you have linked the Authenticator with your exchange, enter the 6-digit code that will be generated from the Google app into the ‘Google verification code’ in the Binance app, and hit the ‘Send Code’ button to receive your email verification code for setting up the 2-FA.
After filling in the both codes, hit the yellow ‘Submit’ button.
Now your account is officially ready to start trading.
We wish you the best trading on binance exchange, and remember: do your research and trade with caution.
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