The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange has revealed that it has introduced a new “Wash-to-Wash” feature for users who want to use their passwords to login with a different service.
The announcement comes after it was revealed earlier this month that the exchange had introduced a “Warm-up” feature that would automatically check for an IP address on a new user’s client before letting them log in.
The feature is intended to make the user feel more secure while they’re in the process of setting up their account.
“Warmup” was introduced to help users who were in the midst of a login session and needed to quickly confirm a login.
Users would be prompted to log into their client to confirm their credentials, and then it would check for a new IP address that would be sent to the server.
Users would then have to enter that IP address in a browser, and it would generate a password.
The process was also designed to help “warm up” users, so they would have to confirm an IP that was generated by the warmup process before logging in to the exchange.
The new feature is only available to users who are on an “active” account.
Users can sign up for an “Active Account” which is where they can make a new account and sign in with their own personal details and password.
“As soon as the warm up process is complete, a confirmation email is sent to all the newly created active accounts,” a company blog post explained.
“It is then possible to create new active accounts with a single click.”
A new account can be created and activated at any time by signing in to an existing account.
The new account then gains a “welcome email” with a link to sign in to its new service.
It will then take a few minutes to register.
A “Woo-hoo” feature will be offered in the future that allows users to set up a password reset option and login to their new account in the background.
The company did not provide any details on how long this feature will last.
However, the feature is not currently supported on Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin.
Users who are not on an active account will have to log in using a different account and the “WOO-hoon” feature is unavailable.
“This is a great step forward for our users and we appreciate all the feedback we’ve received,” said an exchange spokesperson.
“It will help us to provide the best experience for our customers, and we’ll continue to listen to your feedback.”
Bitcoin is currently trading at around $5,500.
The exchange has not released a statement on the new feature.