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Console Account Settings

This page has not been fully updated to represent the latest state of the Helium Network following the migration to Solana on April 18, 2023.

Console 2FA

Two Factor Authentication, usually written 2FA, provides a higher level of security for your Helium Console account by requiring a separate, one-time use password in addition to your primary password that's always required. Helium Console features 2FA and we recommend you turn it on.

To enable it, start by logging in and heading to your profile. Click Enroll in 2FA. From there, you'll be guided to provision the 2GA application of your choosing. (Authy, Google Authenticator, 1Password, and LastPass are a few of the popular apps that make 2FA easy.)


During the 2FA setup process, you'll be provided a backup code. This is what you'll need to regain access to your account in the event that you lose access to your 2FA application. Do not lose this backup code. Otherwise you'll be locked out of your account if you lose access to your 2FA application.

Console API Keys

To use the Helium Console API, you'll need an API Key. API Keys are organization- and role-specific.

To generate an API Key, once logged in, navigate to your Console Account Settings. In the Your API Keys section, create a name for your new API Key, select the role for this key (currently only Admin is supported), and click Generate Key. You'll then see a pop up with your API Key. This will be the only time it's revealed to you.


Once Console shows you your API key, it won't be shown to you again. If you lose it, you'll need to create a new one.

After generating the API Key, it will not be active. You'll see it listed in the table as Active:False. To activate it, you'll need to confirm activation via the email Console will send you once the key is created. After confirming, you'll see the status as Active:True.

Now that you've generated an API key, put it to use! Head over to the Console API docs to get started.