Three ways to strengthen your account security and safely store your cryptocurrency.
Your password should be complicated and unique, and between 6 to 16 characters, including upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, or special characters. They should be arranged without explicit rules, and exclude information that is easy to access by others, such as your name, email name, birthday, and phone number. Passwords like 123456, qwerty, Bitwells123, and abc123 are not suggested to use, while passwords like R@ng32#4gf, iHJhie8#We12, and Tfb!3Le4. Oa is suggested. Meanwhile, you can periodically change your password (once every 3 months) and strengthen your account security, and these passwords are better to be totally different from each other. Password Administrator 1 and Last Pass are good choices to record and manage your password.
Besides, do not tell your password to anyone, and Bitwells staff will never ask for it either.
- Two Factors Authentication
You are suggested to link Google Authenticator, a dynamic password tool introduced by Google. You need to use your phone to scan the bar code offered by Bitwells or type the key. After finishing the last step, a valid 6-digit verification code will be generated every 30 seconds. If you link Google Authenticator successfully, you need to enter the 6-digit verification code displayed on it every time you log in to Bitwells.
- Attention Phishing
Be careful of emails sent by fake Bitwells, try not to click links or attachments in the emails, and ensure whether the links are Bitwells's official website links before you log in to your account. Remember that Bitwells will never ask for your password, SMS, or email verification code.