MDAO Telegram Wallet offers 2FA (two-factor authentication), which allows you to further protect your transactions, but also increases the user's responsibility to keep their 2FA keys safe.

When setting up 2FA, be sure to save your access keys!

In the event of a failure in the authenticator application, access can only be restored using the access keys.

Enabling 2FA

To enable 2FA, use the Google Authenticator app.

Go to Settings and tap 2FA protection.

Follow the on-screen instructions.

Download or open the Google Authenticator app, tap Continue.

Scan the QR code or copy the security key.

Be sure to write down or save the security key in a safe place that is not accessible to third parties.

In the Google Authenticator app, tap ➕.

Enter the name of your account for which you are setting up protection (think of and write any name associated with the wallet).

Enter the security key from MDAO Telegram Wallet. You can set the key type to Time-based, in which case the codes will be synchronized with the time on your device.

Then click the Add button.

Done! 2FA for your MDAO Telegram Wallet account has been added to the Google Authenticator app.

You will need the six-digit passcode later to enable 2FA, disable 2FA, and confirm transactions. Enter the six-digit passcode added for your MDAO Telegram Wallet account to complete the 2FA setup.

Each outbound transaction with 2FA enabled will require an authorization code from the Google Authenticator app.

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