How To Enable Luno Two-factor Authentication For Your Account

Timothy Mark
Timothy Mark - Writer & Editor
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Luno allows you to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrency, with the app being one of the top crypto apps in Africa, you might want to consider enabling two-factor authentication to secure your account.

With 2FA you can prevent unauthorized users from gaining access to your Luno account.

Luno is available for selected countries, and if you have an account, you’ll probably want to start securing your account with the two-factor authentication process.

For you to set up two-factor authentication for Luno, you need to first verify your email and phone number.

Luno automatically secures your account when you verify your phone number and email address, the app sends you a code when you want to sign in to your account.

With a two-factor authentication process for your Luno account, no one can use it to get access, even if they got your Luno account details.

Once you’ve verified your phone number and email address, you can set up the verification methods using an Authenticator app, this will help keep your crypto safe.

How To Set Up Two-factor Authentication For Luno

1. Open the Luno app on your Android or iPhone, sign in if you’re not, and go to your “Profile” located at the right bottom corner of your screen.

Luno two factor authentication

2. From the profile menu, click on “Security.” A new page will open, and then click on “Two-factor authentication.”

How to set up two-factor authentication for Luno

3. Tap on “Get Started” and copy the key on the new page, paste the key in the Google Authenticator app or other authentication apps you use, and go back to Luno and click “I’ve done this” to continue the setup.

How to set up two-factor authentication for Luno
Copy and paste the code in any authenticator app

4. Enter the 6-digit code generated in your authenticator app for Luno, and the setup process will be successful.

Once you have enabled two-factor authentication for Luno. Anytime you want to sign in to your account, Luno will send a code to your Authenticator app, and you ask you to enter the code.

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By Timothy Mark Writer & Editor
As a seasoned content writer with 4+ years of experience in consumer technology, Timothy has been a dedicated author and editor at since its inception. Specializing in addressing user concerns, his articles offer effective solutions for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac-related issues. Timothy's expertise also extends to crafting content about social media and various applications. Through his daily articles, he consistently aids users in overcoming their technology challenges.
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