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Protect All of Your Actions!

Now Enable 2FA for Any Action You Need!

Now Enable 2FA for any Action You Need!

Do you enjoy the top-notch two-factor authentication solution? This sweet feeling of protection... But what if we tell you that it has become even better?

That is right, we have expanded the list of available actions and added the ability for you to decide which of them to enable 2FA for! Make all the needed managements and choose what exactly you want to protect with an additional verification code:

Signing in

Exchange of cryptocurrency

Configuring your Blocked and Allowed IP Lists

Setting limits on withdrawal and exchange

Keep in mind that 2FA is a crucial part of the NC Wallet security. That’s why, to keep your funds safe, you cannot disable it for some transactions and settings. Two-factor authentication code is always required for withdrawals, deleting your account, and managing 2FA settings.

Get your protection to the maximum level — to save your crypto from any risks! And let the innovative NC Wallet help you with that!

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