Learn how to connect to Binance and Binance US

Before creating API keys, make sure you have at least 15 USDT in your trading (sub)-account. Make sure that SPOT and/or FUTURES trading is allowed on your exchange account .

Connect to an Exchange on Mizar

Go to the connect exchange page (here) and click on Binance or Binance.US.

The following page will render. This is where you will have to set up your keys credentials.

Set-up your keys

Name your key and configure the trading mode (Spot and/or Futures - read here for more details). Copy all the whitelisted IPs by clicking on COPY and proceed to the exchange dashboard.

Create New API Keys on the Exchange

Head over to the Binance website (here) and log in.

To create an API key on Binance, hover over the profile picture at the right top corner of your screen. See the example below.

Click on API Management, and then on CREATE API. Select System Generated Method and click on NEXT.

Give a label to your API key and configure the API permissions as shown below (enable Futures if you intend to trade on Futures market). Add IP access restrictions and paste ALL the 10 whitelisted IP addresses.

Finalise the connection

Come back to Mizar and paste the private and public keys. Click on confirm.

Congratulations! You have successfully connected your Binance exchange to Mizar. You are now prepared to engage in trading on Binance.

Make sure you're on when pasting your API keys.

The Mizar team will never request your API keys credentials via message or email, or ask you to transfer funds. Never enable funds withdrawal and transfer on your API keys.

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