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April 23, 2018, 10:46:33 AM
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I am using Lastpass, so I am going to the site through that program, which means I registered on that site. It is filling out my information based on what I registered with, so there is no way that it is the wrong email.
In either case, yobit accepts my email and password. It is saying Invalid auth code. Please put valid code from email letter.
Nothing on email spam, but even there was something, there is no place to fill out the code or whatever.


There is no place to enter any code, not that I am receiving any. I seem to have kept a private something in addition to my password, but there is no place to enter, it is only asking email and password. It is accepting them, but giving me that crappy message.
In addition, nothing is coming to my email.

This is the message I am receiving from Yobit:
Invalid auth code. Please put valid code from email letter.
What is that even mean?
I registered and traded with them earlier no problem. Now it will not let me login.

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Please put valid code from email letter.
What part of that sentence that you did not get?
You probably turned on 2FA, check your mail and type in the correct code, if issue still persist try contacting their support for help.

P.S. you are free to create a new topic instead of bumping old posts Smiley
Look in spam folder and asure, that you are on the right site and not pishing site.Do you maybe have another email on yobit?

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April 25, 2018, 01:16:02 AM
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OMG. According to what I read so far and after Hitbtc and cryptopia discounted, apparently it seems like I must stay away from Yobit too.

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April 25, 2018, 07:10:18 AM
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It turns out I had to try it with Internet Explorer. Earlier I had entered and used the site with Chrome, no problem, but this time no dice. I used IE, and it immediately said it sent me an email, and I received it. Not sure what is wrong with Chrome, but must be an extension or something.

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April 25, 2018, 03:20:37 PM
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It turns out I had to try it with Internet Explorer. Earlier I had entered and used the site with Chrome, no problem, but this time no dice. I used IE, and it immediately said it sent me an email, and I received it. Not sure what is wrong with Chrome, but must be an extension or something.
Many thanks for pointing that out. Was almost worried a bit about yobit.
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