How does the platform secure my account and funds?

Modified on Fri, 31 May at 1:14 PM

Delta India uses a variety of security measures to help protect your account and funds. Here are some of the ways in which Delta secures your account and funds:

  1. Two-factor authentication: Delta Exchange requires users to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) to log in to their accounts. This adds an additional layer of security to the login process by requiring users to enter a unique code generated by an authentication app.

  2. Cold storage: Delta Exchange stores the majority of its users' funds in cold storage. Cold storage refers to offline storage of funds, which is considered more secure than online storage as it is less susceptible to hacking attempts.

  3. Encryption: Delta Exchange uses encryption to protect user data, including passwords and sensitive account information, from being accessed by unauthorized parties.

  4. KYC/AML compliance: Delta Exchange is committed to complying with Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations to help prevent fraudulent activities on the platform.

  5. 24/7 monitoring: Delta Exchange has a dedicated team that monitors the platform around the clock to detect and respond to any suspicious activity or potential security threats.

Overall, Delta India takes several measures to secure your account and funds, but it is always recommended that you take additional steps to protect yourself, such as using a strong and unique password and keeping your login credentials confidential

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