bitFlyer Lightning API Playground

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An API is a service for automatically performing actions such as transactions with programs. It is a service for those with adequate knowledge of programming and security.

* If your API Secret is leaked to a third party there is a risk that they may perform operations or transactions with your funds, resulting in losses.

It is your responsibility to keep your API Key and API Secret strictly confidential.
We highly recommend enabling two-factor authentication.
We take no responsibility for any losses incurred if, through the use of the API your API Key or other login information is leaked (or similar) due to misuse, error or inadequate management such as not using two-factor authentication.


When programming please encrypt your API Secret.
You are responsible for the management of your encryption key. We strongly recommend that when creating a program you avoid storing the key in the program, or any other means of storage such as a text file or database.
When you no longer require your API Secret please delete it from your device immediately.
Under no circumstances should you enter your API Secret in plain text form into your program, or store it in a text file, a database, or in a version control system such as Git.
Even with two-factor authentication there is a risk of browser hacking, or being observed by fraudulent plugins, trojan horses,or shoulder hacking. Use is at the customer's own risk, including but not limited to the aforementioned risks.

* These notes constitute only examples for your reference. They do not encompass all possible aspects.


The API Playground is a live environment. Please use your API Secret at your own risk.
Do not, under any circumstances offer your API Secret outside of services offered by this company or our partners.