What is an API Key?

An API key is an application programming interface key, which is a code that gets passed in by computer applications. The program or application then calls the API or application programming interface to identify its user, developer or calling program to a website.

An API key can act as an authentication token as well as a unique identifier. Typically, the key will come with a set of access rights for the API that it is associated with.

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