The League of Traders guide on how to issue an API key through MEXC.

Updated over a week ago

Note: We only support SPOT/CONTRACT Portfolio for Mexc. Margin/FIAT/ETF is not supported.

  1. Log in to your MEXC account and click on the profile icon to reveal a drop-down menu. Select "API".

  2. Please check the same boxes as pictured below and click “Create” to generate a new API key.

    • Copy/paste the following IP addresses into the “Link IP Address” field:

      • IMPORTANT: If you are subscribed to League of Traders PRO, you must input your dedicated PRO IP provided on the API page.

      • Entering this IP address provides an extra layer of security to your account by solely allowing League of Traders access to your API key.,,,,,,,,,,

    Note: If you do not enter the IP address, the API key will automatically disconnect from League of Traders after 90 days.

  3. To keep your account secure, you must complete the security verification by completing a two-factor authentication through email and SMS.

  4. Copy the “Access Key” and “Secret Key”, store this information somewhere safe.

    Note: The secret key will not appear again, so please be mindful. You could permanently lose access to your API key if you lose these codes.

Connecting your API key to League of Traders

Once you have successfully created your API key, connect it to your League of Traders account.

  1. Go to the League of Traders app and select “Exchanges” from your profile page.

  2. On the API page, click “+ Connect an exchange” to link a new API key.

  3. Select MEXC from the list of available exchanges.

  4. Enter your API key information and click “Register”. Don't forget to confirm that you have input the provided IP address.

  5. You will now see that your key was successfully added to your League of Traders account.

    Well done! Your exchange is now connected and you’ll be able to see your portfolio on League of Traders. For additional guidance, consult our FAQ!

    If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

    Thank you!

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