Creating keys for the main account and connecting to 3Commas

1. Log in to your account at https://ftx.com/

2. Follow the link https://ftx.com/external-program-api-keys

3. In the External Program drop-down list, select 3Commas.

4. Click on the button “Create API Key”

5. Copy the API key and API Secret from the modal window that will appear after clicking on the “Create API Key” button.

6. Open the My Exchanges page https://3commas.io/en/accounts and find the FTX exchange in the drop-down list.

7. Fill in the fields “Name”, “API Key”, “API Secret”. Leave the “Sub-Account Name” field blank.

8. Click the “Connect an Exchange” button.

Hooray, you connected FTX and FTX Futures to 3Commas! 🎉
📌 If you only trade on FTX Futures or FTX Spot, then one of the accounts can be deleted.

Creating keys for sub-accounts and connecting to 3Commas

1. Log in to your account at https://ftx.com/

2. Click on your account in the upper right corner.

3. In the drop-down menu, click on “Subaccounts”.

4. In the open modal window, select the sub-account you need. If you do not have a sub-account, then you can create it on the page https://ftx.com/subaccounts and transfer part of your funds to this sub-account.

5. Follow the link https://ftx.com/external-program-api-keys

6. In the External Program drop-down list, select 3Commas.

7. Click on the button “Create API Key for <Your Sub Account Name>”

8. Copy the API key and API Secret from the modal window that appears after clicking on the button “Create API key for <Your subaccount name>”

9. Open the My Exchanges page https://3commas.io/en/accounts and find the FTX exchange in the drop-down list.

10. Fill in the fields “Name”, “API Key”, “API Secret” and in the Sub-Account Name field enter the name of your sub-account on FTX, in my case - Subbaccount.

11. Click the “Connect Exchange” button.

Hooray, you connected your FTX and FTX Futures exchange subaccount to 3Commas! 🎉
📌 If you only trade on FTX Futures or FTX Spot, then one of the accounts can be deleted.

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