This step assumes you have successfully obtained your API credentials following API Credentials and are ready to go.

This step is not strictly required if you are using our Postman collection as authentication is done automatically on every request provided that correct API credentials are set in your Postman environment.

As stated in Authentication section of our API integration guide, in order to access any API endpoint you need to obtain a JWT token using your previously issued credentials.

If your request was successful, you will receive a token as part of response, together with its expiration timestamp (by default all tokens expire after 1 hour).

You can now use a valid token to make requests to other endpoints of the API by providing it as an Authorization header in a following way:

Authorization: "Bearer <token>"

// For example 
// Authorization: "Bearer eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJleHAiOjE3MDE1MjY4NTUsIklkIjoiZGZjMTU3MzAtZGI2Zi00MjY1LWE3NjgtNjQ2ODhlNzE4NjA3IiwiR2VuZXJhdGlvbiI6MH0.326XVPWFcc_Z6zg0rCZ5NLou1Mxmql_Ri0r0vD8R4ko"

If you want to change your API credentials, you can make an authenticated request to the following endpoint. Please note, all previously issued tokens will become invalid.

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