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Use Touch ID to unlock Desktop on your Mac

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● First you need to enable Touch ID on your Mac. Apple's official tutorial: How to set up Touch ID for your device

● Open Desktop. [Menu] - [Touch ID] - Turn on

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● Click [Touch ID] to set the scope of fingerprint recognition. If you are concerned about someone trying to use your fingerprint without your consent, please turn off password-free payment and view recovery phrase/private key in Touch ID to keep your Hot Wallet assets safe.

Security guidelines for using Touch ID can be found at: About Touch ID security in Desktop for Mac 

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● Now you can use your fingerprint to unlock Desktop, but don't forget your Desktop account password, which you sometimes need to enter instead of using Touch ID.

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