Binance Exchange Integration with inabit

We don't currently offer support for Binance US exchange accounts. This connection is specific to Binance accounts exclusively.

Connecting your Binance wallet

Binance Configuration:

  • Refer to the API Documentation to learn how to generate a Binance API key.

    • You can also generate an API key directly from Binance UI under the account settings section: "API Management".

    • When creating a key we recommend naming the API key - "inabit", so there won't be any confusion with other future/existing keys.

  • After you confirm the validity of your new API key, keep a record copy of both the API Key and Secret Key. You will need them when adding this exchange to your organization.

  • Make sure you've enabled the following API restrictions when generating the keys:

    • Reading

    • Withdrawals

    • Spot & Margin Trading (if you intend to swap assets directly from inabit in this wallet)

  • Under the IP restrictions access, please select Restrict access to trusted IPs only, discard the IP address, and add the following IP:
  1. This IP address belongs to inabit and by whitelisting it in the exchange API, you enable access for inabit services to operate on your behalf.

  2. This IP address must be whitelisted otherwise, the connectivity to inabit will fail.

inabit Configuration:

  • Within the inabit platform, go to the wallets page and click on "Add new".

  • Select the option "Exchange Wallet" and choose the "Binance" option.

  • Fill in the following details:

    • Wallet name

    • API key (the one saved from Binance)

    • Secret key (the one saved from Binance)

  • Click on "Connect Exchange".

If all credentials are okay and the wallet name is valid, the connection should be successful and you can start managing the binance wallet in your organization!

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