Crystal has added an entity directory with detailed information on organizations, activities and service providers, as well as implemented two-factor authentication for even more security
In this release, we are introducing the new Directory for entities you may find mentioned across Crystal Blockchain. This product module includes detailed information on operating with cryptocurrencies and provides our customers with the ability to search and filter the directory by various entity parameters.
The Crystal Directory entity overview includes the following data:
Previously, finding entity information could be an arduous task. Crystal Directory will allow users to get a detailed overview of an entity they want or need more information on without time-consuming research, allowing platform users and regulators to make a decision faster.
As an added security measure, we have implemented two-factor authentication (2FA) for our platform users. For this measure, you can use any time-based one-time password (TOTP) authentication app like Google Authenticator, Authy, etc. The two-factor authentication can be enabled when you login, or later in your profile. To enable authentication, you will need to scan the QR code (you’ll find it in the login or in your profile when you enable your 2FA) using the authentication app and save the recovery code.
This feature adds an extra layer of security protecting your account from unauthorized access by third parties, and peace of mind for teams working with sensitive information.
These updates demonstrate Crystal’s commitment to reinforce safety and transparency across all blockchain ecosystems, and our continued efforts to improve our offerings.
Feel free to contact the Crystal Blockchain team at email@example.com to learn more about our solutions. Whether you’re new to the platform, you’ve run into issues, or you’re seeking clarification on the recent updates, our team is happy to assist you.