Two-step authentication protects your Stripe account with an additional level of security. When you log in from a new device, Stripe will ask for both your password and a unique code from your hardware token. Even if someone has your password, they will not be able to log into your account without also having access to your token. The default method of Stripe 2FA is using Google Authenticator, which can be easily replaced by Token2 miniOTP-1 hardware token, which will make the login process much more convinient. To opt into Two-Factor Authentication with Token2 miniOTP-1 hardware token, follow the instructions below. Needless to say, you have to have your miniOTP-1 token and Android device with NFC ready.
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