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Coinbase adds hardware security keys for logging in

Coinbase adds hardware security keys for logging in



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  1. The title is inaccurate, Coinbase already supports a limited number of hardware keys (but not all)

    They are extending this support to their mobile app, so you can plug the key into your phone as well (or use a NFC key).

  2. tldr; Coinbase is rolling out hardware security key support for 2FA when logging into your account through your mobile device. Hardware security keys are encrypted USB devices that you can register with your account as a strong form of physical 2FA. Once registered, you’ll be prompted for your security key when logging in.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

  3. Better late than never, Kraken’s had Yubi key support for a long time. Wish Kraken supported support Fido U2F too, which some hardware wallets like trezor have built in. Does coinbase support that standard?

    Edit: also, anyone that doesn’t have something like a yubi key should get one a s lock all of their accounts down with it (email, crypto,etc.).

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