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Edit the keys.json - depending on the bot, the name may vary a bit. The EXCHANGE can be Binance, KuCoin or Gate.io.

All you need to know about API Keys

API Keys are the most secure way to connect trading bots to exchanges. In our case to securely connect the crypto bots to Binance, KuCoin, Gate.io, Bybit and more. You control them and the permissions what an application can do with your account.

What are API Keys?

An application programming interface (API) key is a code used to identify and authenticate an application or user. API keys are available through platforms, such as a cryptocurrency exchange.

Why do we need API Keys for trading bots?

Through the API Keys the bot communicates with your Exchange account and is able to check your balance, place orders, cancel orders and so on. This is needed to establish a secure and encrypted connection. Hence we will never ask for any login info like e-mail or passwords. Never.

What permissions are needed?

For our crypto trading bots we only need the permissions to "read and write" (they have different names for every cryptocurrency exchange - see below). You will never need to give permissions to withdraw funds from the exchange! Never!
This way your funds are save and can't be transfered somewhere else. When you use our crypto bots you also store those keys on your Computer or VPS. Hence we don't have store them or see them which gives additional protection to the system. As you are the one that controls permissions and the tool and no one else has even access to your API Keys.
Never give permissions to withdraw funds from a cryptocurrency exchange! Save connection via API Keys stored on your device!

How to get the API Keys for the Bot?

If you do not have any API keys yet, you can find out how to create them below. Set the right permissions and dont use the IP whiteliste.

Edit the keys.json

In the picture below you can see the input of the API keys. Simply copy your API keys into the keysEXCHANGE.json and save them. Put your keys between the quotation marks.

In the following picture you can see what the file looks like.

"apiKey": "API_KEY",
"apiSecret": "API_SECRET"
"apiKey": "API_KEY",
"apiSecret": "API_SECRET",
"passphrase": "PASSWORD for creating API Keys"
"apiKey": "API_KEY",
"apiSecret": "API_SECRET"
"cookies": "_uab_collina=16442448545016053872; lang=en-US; _ga=GA
1.2.4531653.164424860; islogin=true; cf_clearance=C8DCBn2
_VKPMO5LXqwHjIhTYoradzQYJZcIWGfdw-16449814-0-150; hotbit
=74ce2900f80bcfe03da42530aca00f5e; __cfruid=8a01377c9b0a26
ac525831cb4192efcaac3-1644947814; __cf_bm=Tdr_wEGElB8rgWPM6To
ZxZ4nyz/iX7+9L; _gid=GA1.2.33177582.16459362; _gat_gtag_125299
"browser" : "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36
(KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/98.0.4758.82 Safari/537.36"
With KuCoin, your password for the generation of the API Keys is also required. This is not your 6-digit trading password.