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๐Ÿ”‘ Authentication

API keysโ€‹

Authentication to Muse is based on API keys. You may generate as many API keys as you need, to separate applications or usage. You should not generate an API key for each one of your end users.

Muse API keys have the following format: f89d6b69-tOWf6Ppw7LEvQryEo2FGUwf8dLpz7OxVqIQEywWigLNqb50JscU8jw0, where f89d6b69 is an 8-character user identifier (shared across all your keys), followed by 55 random characters unique to each key.

Keep your API key safe! ๐Ÿ”

Your API keys should stay strictly private, and should never be exposed to end-users. You are responsible for keeping it safe: should your API key get leaked somehow, you should immediately revoke it to avoid unwanted use.

Authenticating an API callโ€‹

All API calls should be authenticated by providing the API key to the X-API-KEY header:

Authentication header

If you are using the Muse Playground, calls will automatically be authenticated with your default Playground API key.