Twice As Safe

Not to sound like a broken record, but we take your money pretty seriously. So seriously that we recently added two-factor authentication (2FA) to Kuda for Web — the version of Kuda we designed for browsers.

(If you’re wondering why you’d ever want to use Kuda on your browser, check out these reasons.)

Back to two-factor authentication (we’ll call it 2FA from now on), let’s explain what it is and why it matters.

First, what’s 2FA?

2FA is an extra layer of security to protect your account.

It means we’ll ask you for two kinds of information to confirm who you are when you’re trying to sign in to your Kuda account on Kuda for Web.

Now, what does this mean for you?

When you try to sign in on, we’ll text a five-digit sign-in code to the phone number linked to your account and you’ll type in the code to sign in.

You’ll also get an email confirmation when you’ve signed in.

We’ll leave you with some tips to help you keep your sign-in code safe:

1. Don’t share your code with anyone.

2. Use your code only on

3. If you don’t request a sign-in code but you get one, don’t use it.

4. If you notice a sign-in to your account that isn’t by you, send us a message on the app or to as quickly as you can.

Take care. 💜

We’re the bank of the free.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

DecimalChain in numbers

PCloud: Hard Drive In the Cloud with Top Security

Week 9: Android Security

Online Fraudsters Leverage COVID19 and Rising Unemployment

How EAP-TLS Works

Weekly Newsletter — Issue 0x1 |

Tips Security Vulnerability Patched (Thank you to Deco.Network)


Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store


We’re the bank of the free.

More from Medium

Want to share the information about Seatlab NFT ticketing project!

MVR Token provided as a reward on web AR-based C2E NFT Metaversero!

Nike Art Gallery, Largest in West Africa, To Auction Art NFTs on Hashgreed.

What is a Play-to-Earn game?