Can I lock my API keys to my IP address?


Yes, you can!

Yes, many exchanges provide an IP-whitelisting security feature that allows you to lock your API keys to specific IP addresses. By pre-approving certain IP addresses, you ensure that the keys can only be accessed from those approved addresses. This adds an extra layer of security to your API keys.

However, it's important to note that if you are using a VPN (Virtual Private Network), you may not have a static IP address. This could potentially create access issues for IP-locked API keys since the IP address may change when using a VPN. Therefore, it's advisable to consider this limitation when setting up IP-locked API keys and ensure that you have a stable and consistent IP address if you intend to use this security feature effectively.