Introduction to Binance
Binance is considered one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges. It offers basic and advanced trading services, as well as futures and margin trading which means you’ll get around nicely whether you’re just starting out or an experienced trader.
How to create a Binance account
A Binance account acts as your gateway into trading crypto trading. But before you can buy your first Bitcoin, ETH, or BNB, you’ll need to open an account.
1. Click on the [Register] button, input your email address and choose a secure password. If you’ve been given a referral code from a friend, now is also the time to enter it. ( here you can use this refferal code: ADZAY6NT )
Follow the instructions for verifying your account by inputting the code sent to your email address or mobile number.
Once you’re verified, you should now be set up with your Binance account. You’re one step closer to buying cryptocurrency, so let’s dive into making your first crypto purchase.
Purchasing crypto with 0% commission
Now we’ve set you up with your Binance account, let’s purchase some cryptocurrency. Next, you have to complete the Know Your Customer (KYC) process. KYC helps us make sure you are who you claim to be and fulfill our legal requirements.
If you are still on the Binance welcome screen, select Wallet -> Fiat and Spot -> Depozit -> Select SEPA and follow the instruction or you can watch the following video:
0.1% flat (in most cases)
25% discount when paying with BNB
Binance Additional Services
Advanced Account Security
How to secure your Binance account
Improving the security of your account is vital in the crypto world. Using a strong password and our in-built security features will help keep your funds safe. Make sure to start with the following security steps.
Use a strong password and change it regularly
This one is self-explanatory, but you would be choked with the number of people that still use passwords that are simple and easy to remember. Your password should always contain uppercase and lowercase characters mixed with symbols and letters. And of course, make sure you keep it safe and do not share it with anyone.
Enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
We strongly recommend you set your account up with Two-factor Authentication (2FA). This creates an extra layer of security, meaning that even if hackers compromise your password, they would need access to your physical 2FA device to log in.
Enable the Binance Anti-Phishing Code
When you add an anti-phishing code to your Binance account, every email you get from Binance will have this code displayed at the top. This way, you can be sure that the message you are receiving is actually from Binance and not from a fake email address. In other words, it helps you prevent phishing attacks.
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