Add 2FA to Trust Wallet

Then your identity is compromised in the long term for a quick fix.
The whole point of the early use of block chain tech is anonymity

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Goddamn… I have really wanted this feature. Hopefully the add it… Every other thing is very okay

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For 2FA we don’t need to pass KYC and it’s not mandatory to enable that feature to use any wallet.

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I use authy :smiley:

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that’s because it’s better to migrate too, right? :joy:

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I also use Authy. Initially I used Google Authenticator, but after I lost my phone, I lost access to my wallets. I learned my lesson and signed up with Authy that has a backup feature (which Google Authenticator didn’t have at the time).

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That’s exactly the point that current Google Authenticator users should know

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Stay Safu, people. They are on the alert and ever ready to hack and scam and steal.

Trust wallet still the best when it comes to Security.

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I don’t use any other wallet for my Crypto except Trust Wallet. I have used Trust Wallet for more than 5 years and the experience keeps getting better.

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I use Authy, very good Authenticator

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Welcome to the community buddy…:blush::+1:

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Have you lost your wallet seed too? if you had your wallet seed you can restore that wallet. Am i wrong?

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2FA + an option to logout from browser and autodelete history from time to time. Like you select to delete history after 30 min or 10 …Trust Wallet not safe, for real. Dev team asleep…

Isn’t it obvious why TrustWallet needs a mobile authenticator option added? With all the scam issues unfortunately where people give out their seed phrases or pw due to an increasing professional network of spammers setting up fake websites, Telegram channels that are double the size of the official coin channels and fake support reaching out, this would make sure they don’t empty your wallet despite using your seed phrase.

I am astonished they call it “Trust” Wallet while based on the number of scams and issues, there is certainly not much trust from my end in TrustWallet, MetaMask and co.

If they would have had 2FA / Google Authenticator from the start I would have not lost my funds because I would get notified to accept the transaction.

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Existing security is only good for preventing people to access the app with my phone, it cannot stop hackers from gaining control of my trust wallet. Hacker deposited eth and used that to pay gas fee to move my coins without my permission. And I had the bio scan security turned on. Can we get 2FA for all withdraw?

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I agree. It’s not enough to just have an additionally wall to break down with the same sledgehammer before entering the app. It’s better to allow users to set up a second source for authentication which will help protect funds from being stolen if they get a hold of the key.

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2FA should exist on a per transaction basis! This is a lot of money some people are dealing with! Please provide additional barriers for hackers.

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Absolutely! Even just an email link confirmation on a per transaction basis! Like when people from withdraw from coinbase or binance etc!

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@trustwalletuser123 thanks for suggestions, but Trust wallet is decentralized non-custodial wallet that means it doesn’t store users information on servers. Everything is controlled by you and you have full access to your wallet. Adding 2FA will need the data to be stored on server and that will no longer be decentralized non-custodial wallet.

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