{
  "access_token": "",
  "expires_in": 3599,
  "scope": "eth_sign",
  "token_type": "bearer"
}

1. Configure your application

Get a set of Backend Credentials, a client id and client secret, from your Developer Portal.

# Get a Client ID and a Client Secret from your Developer Portal at
# developer.bitski.com.
CLIENT_ID = ""
CLIENT_SECRET = ""

2. Set the scopes

Set the grant to client_credentials and the scope to eth_sign.

def get_access_token(client_id, client_secret):
    """Get an access token."""

    response = requests.post(
        "https://account.bitski.com/oauth2/token",
        data={
            "grant_type": "client_credentials",
            "scope": ["eth_sign"],
        },
        auth=(client_id, client_secret),
    )
    print("Token granted successfully:", response.status_code == 200)
    return response

3. Authenticate with your credentials

Use HTTP Basic Authentication to send your credentials. See auth= from above example.

auth=(client_id, client_secret)

4. Get your token

The call should return a 200 and the access token should be in the access_token field in the response. The above print statement would output the following.