Currently supported exchanges:
Binance (spot && USD-M futures)
ByBit (spot, inverse && linear futures)
BitGet (linear futures)
If you encounter a problem adding an API key to the website, make sure you follow the API key addition rules:
1. The API key must be created with read-only permissions
2. Do not use the same key for trading and journaling
3. Do not whitelist only your IP address, our service connects to the exchange directly and your IP will not allow us to connect.
4. Always configure the API key as shown on the "my API keys" page
If you still cannot add an API key, write to the support chat (left menu - support chat) and we will help you.
To create an API key on the Binance exchange, follow the official instructions on the website.
To create an API key on the ByBit exchange, follow the official instructions on the website.
All trades are added to the journal automatically via API, manual trade addition is not supported.
If an API key has been removed by the exchange or by you, you can create a new one and click "edit" on the "my API keys" page.
Note that you can edit the key provided that the account on the exchange has not changed.
If you have changed your account on the exchange, you will need to add a new one.
Yes, you can add multiple API keys from different accounts and see all statistics in one place.
There are filters throughout the site that will help you separate trades by API keys if needed for analysis.
The number of connections depends on your pricing plan.
Once trades have been loaded into the journal, they will remain there until you delete the API key on the website.
If you have old accounts on the exchange where you want to save your history, add the API key and then you can disable it.
Click the reconnect button on the "my API keys" page.