IOTA Tutorial 26 | Trinity Wallet Seed and Two-Factor AuthenticationTrinity Wallet Seed and Two-Factor Authentication

IOTA Tutorial

Trinity Wallet Seed and Two-Factor Authentication

In this video series different topics will be explained which will help you to understand IOTA.

It is recommended to watch each video sequentially as I may refer to certain IOTA topics explained earlier.

In this video I will explain how to safely store a seed and how to setup a Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) in your Trinity wallet. The Trinity wallet used in this video is the iOS Trinity wallet (Beta version) on an iPhone. When you setup a Trinity wallet, you need to specify a password. This password will give you access to your wallet. You can add an additional security layer by setting up a Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). A 2FA is an additional login code. If hackers were able to steal your password they still need this additional login code. There are many 2FA apps which you can install on your phone, in this video I will be using the “Google Authenticator” app which I already have installed.

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