These instructions will help you configure a Crypto Setting for the Bitstamp Exchange.
1. Login to your account at: https://www.bitstamp.net
Locate yourAPI keys on the Bitstamp website.Find your "username" parameter
Bitstamp User ID (“username”):
Navigate to: https://www.bitstamp.net/account/change_password/
This is your "username" parameter.
3. Create your API keys:
Navigate to the "API Access" screen.
Create/add a new API Key.
Select all permissions:
Generate the key:
Verify your 2FA:
Save the generated API Key & Secret Key, and request activation:
Wait for the activation email from Bitstamp, then activate the key:
After the email verification is finished, the key will be active.
TIP: After you’ve tested the API keys, create and deploy a new keyset with more restrictive permissions to improve your security (e.g. one keyset per coin, limit account permissions, whitelisting, etc.).
3. Finally, enter the required parameters into CAS:
Select Bitstamp.net Exchange
Parameters: fiatcurrency : username : apikey : secretkey
fiatcurrency may be "USD" or "EUR".
username was determined in step 2 above.
apikey and secretkey were determined in step 2 above.
In this example, using the above, our "Parameters" looks like this:
4. Save the Crypto Setting!
5. Test it (you’re done):
If the "Exchange Buy" test is successful, you've configured the Bitstamp.net Exchange properly!
Transactions at the BATM will fail if the amount is less than the Bitstamp minimum (normally $20).