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The API data is not compatible with the CSV data. Partially filled orders are returned as cancelled by the exchange and will not be imported by the API. They are however included in the CSV and can be extracted from there.
When using API keys, please always follow the
API security instructions
Incorrectly configured API keys can lead to the loss of all funds at an exchange. Please pay attention to the following points and handle API keys very carefully, just like your passwords.
When creating a new API key, always assign only the permissions that are required (see above)
CoinTracking only requires keys with read-only permission
Make sure that your keys have no trade or withdrawal permissions
Use an API key only with a single service (like CoinTracking). Using one key for multiple services will always result in errors.
All API secrets stored at CoinTracking are encrypted and cannot be viewed or decrypted by our employees. We will never ask you for keys with permissions other than 'read-only'.
Some exchanges allow whitelisting of IPs. This increases the security of your key. You can find IPs used by CoinTracking here.
Check your keys permission and change your keys from time to time just like your passwords
Do not write down API keys and secrets locally on your computer or in the cloud
If your browser automatic saves form data and passwords, make sure that your API secrets are not stored
Never share your keys with services you don't trust
A few exchanges do not have any API permissions and each key has full access. Avoid such insecure exchanges and switch to trustworthy exchanges.