Email contacts should be used only for issues where you can not log in to your Cryptopia account. If you can log in, please create a support ticket regarding your issue:Login & Create Ticket or visit https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Usersupport.
Tickets are required for resolving most issues, as it enables all Cryptopia staff to have secure access to your ticket in order to investigate and escalate the matter to the appropriate team
If you are unable to log into your account, please choose one of the contact options below.
Two-Factor Authorization (2FA)
All Cryptopia accounts start with a static 4-8 digit Two-Factor PIN code which you set on registration, along with your email address and password.
Once you have logged in you can then change this to other 2FA methods of your choice, including Google Authenticator, from the Security page on your Account. Please note that you need to remove the current 2FA setting before you can select and apply other types.
If you are having an issue with invalid 2FA codes, please first check what type is being requested:
PinCode: This is a 4-8 digit PIN which you must set yourself when you first register along with your email address and password, or set up later from the Security page of your account.
EmailCode: An email with the subject Two Factor Login will be sent to your registered email address. EmailCode 2FA tokens expire in 15 minutes after being generated, so please use the most recent one received. If they are not arriving, see below in email issues.
Other options are Google Authenticator, Secret Question,Password, and the Cryptopia Authenticator device.
If you need assistance with your Two Factor security (Lost phone/device, forgotten pincode or email issues), please contact us from your registered email address on email@example.com
Please describe some account activity to help us verify ownership, such as the following:
Trades, balances, withdrawals, deposits and addresses
Login dates and IP’s
Photo identification for verified customers
We will not reset your 2FA without this information, and unrelated emails sent to this address may not be responded to.
User accounts generally only get locked as a result of these actions:
3 failed login attempts will result in a temporary account lock, which will automatically unlock after 15 minutes.
Lock account’ email button, this is “at your request”, and will lock your account for 24 hours. After this time it will automatically unlock.
Please do not contact Cryptopia Support to unlock your account, unless you are sure it has remained locked for over 24 hours.
*Coin Developers ONLY (others ignored)*
For any urgent wallet updates for coins we already have listed, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
When submitting wallet information please provide the following:
Mandatory or Optional
Info on any special details/changes
Our automated emails are always sent to the address your Cryptopia account is registered with.
If you’re not receiving expected emails to your registered address:
Your account may not be activated yet via the verification email sent to your address after registration. Emails are not generated for an account until it is activated.
Emails may be filtered into a folder other than your Inbox, (ie Junk/Spam), which doesn’t get synced with mobile apps or email clients. You should log into Webmail if possible and perform a thorough search.
Some email providers may block our automated emails as spam, or you may lose access to the email address registered with your account. The most common providers we have issues with are AOL, Verizon, Comcast, and other ISPs, as well as personalised domain accounts.
For any ongoing issues receiving our emails, please contact us on email@example.com
Please specify your currently registered email address and account name, and please describe the email you’re expecting, but not receiving.