Here are some basic guidelines to keep your cryptocurrencies (virtual assets) safe on Coins.ph and other wallets:
1. Enable two-factor authentication (2FA)
Also called 2FA or two-step verification. It’s another security protocol that adds an added layer of security to your account, making it very secure. Follow this guide on how to enable 2FA on your Coins.ph account.
2. Use a strong password
A strong password should have at least 10 characters, a mix of upper-case and lower-case letters, numbers, and special characters like "%" or "&." You may also consider using a password manager like Lastpass or 1Password, which can safely store and generate strong passwords for you.
3. Don't give anyone access to your account
Never let give anyone the password to your Coins.ph account or allow anyone use your Coins.ph account.
4. Refrain from sending money to people you do not know
We strongly advise you to take steps in establishing the recipient’s identity and urge you to carry out your own due diligence in making sure you do not fall victim of fraud. Recommended article: Security tips for buying online
5. Be alert of investment schemes
Exercise caution when sending funds to persons or companies who have promised quick or guaranteed returns to investments. We do not endorse or are affiliated with such activities or products in any way. To find out more please read: How to spot an Investment scheme
For more security tips, read up on how to keep your Coins.ph wallet safe and security tips for sending and receiving money.