connecting your binance.com account to aarnâ
use this guide to connect your binance.com account to aarnâ. learn how to connect, find binance assets via aarnâ.
good to know: if you have accounts on multiple exchanges, you can connect and manage them all on aarnâ. you can connect your exchange accounts by generating API keys on the exchange site, then plugging those keys into aarnâ.
in aarnâ, click the profile icon in the top-left corner, then click connect with cex:
upon clicking a dialog will open where the API key and secret key needs to be added
you can open binance in another window and sign in.
alternatively, you can reach the API page on binance.com by clicking on your profile icon in the top-right of the page after signing in, and choosing API management:
it helps to give your key a label relevant to its purpose — like “aarnâ”.
when you click “create API” binance will prompt you to enter a 6-digit email code as well as your google authenticator 2FA code. When the codes are received, binance will send you an email with an activation link.
after entering both codes you will be taken to a window displaying your public and private API keys:
select “read info” permissions in your API key. withdrawls are not possible through aarnâ— leave “enable withdrawals” un-checked.
do not enable IP access restriction — this feature is currently unsupported by aarnâ.
your API keys will expire after 90 days. please create another fresh pair of API & secret key to add into aarnâ as shown in below steps.
copy and paste the API & secret Key into aarnâ now — binance will hide the key if you leave the page. if that happens, you will have to delete the key and start over.
next, copy and paste the key labeled “API key” into the API key field and similarly for secret key. aarnâ will then automatically attempt a connection to your binance.com account.
if an error occurs, you must delete the API key in binance and try again with a new key.
if your binance box on the profile page looks like the image below, the connection was successful: