How to secure your cryptocurrency

Security Checklist

  • CoinDealer will never ask you for your password.

  • Never give CoinDealer support staff (or anyone else for that matter) remote access to your computer.

  • Watch for cloned websites that look identical to the CoinDealer’s website. The easiest way to tell is to look for the padlock icon in the address bar. It should say (CoinDealer LLC) and NOT (Security)

  • Watch for grammatical errors in email or on websites. Scammers rarely take the time to proofread properly.

  • Double check that the support channel you are using is legitimate prior to making transfers. (Examine the URL, SSL Certificate)

  • Never give out your 2FA codes, this is not something CoinDealer staff would ever ask for, or expect you to provide.

  • Watch out for services or websites promising unusually high returns or other unrealistic investment opportunities. If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is

  • Always keep your computer’s operating system up to date.

  • Do regular scans using antivirus software. Scammers will often use malware to directly target individuals.

How to secure your cryptocurrency

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