connecting your Gemini account to aarnâ

use this guide to connect your Gemini account to aarnâ. learn how to connect, find Gemini 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

open your Gemini account to generate new API keys.

you can open Gemini in another window and sign in.

click on account in the top right and then go to settings.

gemini will redirect you to the settings page where you need to go to the API section as marked in the below image and then click on the "create API key" button.

next, it will ask you to enter the authentication code sent to your connected mobile number.

post successful verification of the code, a dialog will pop which will ask you to grant the scope for the API key. please select the primary option as shown in the below image.

after selecting the primary option click on the next button.

Gemini will create a new pair of API & secret keys for you as shown below. in the API key settings you need to select the fund management option as marked below. please ensure that you copied these API and secret key as they won't be visible later. at last you need to click on the create API key button at bottom.

copy and paste the API and secret keys into aarnâ.

copy and paste the secret key into aarnâ now — Gemini 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 in the key labeled “API key” into the API key field and similarly for secret key. aarnâ will then automatically attempt a connection to your Gemini account.

if an error occurs, you must delete the API key in Gemini and try again with a new key.

if your Gemini box on the profile page looks like the image below, the connection was successful:

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