Latest update from paywithmoon “No More API Keys!”

On Wednesday, July 3, 2019, 07:47:43 PM EDT, Ken from Moon [email protected] wrote:
Moon has switched to using OAuth2 to integrate with Coinbase.
Here’s what that means:
No more API keys
Moon no longer uses your API keys to interact with Coinbase. All API key data has been deleted from our servers. We recommend you delete or disable any unused API keys in your Coinbase settings.
How do I disable or delete API keys that are no longer being used?
Two-factor authentication
If you have 2FA enabled on your Coinbase account, Moon will require your 2FA code before a purchase is completed from your Coinbase account. We recommend all users enable 2FA.
How do I review/change my two-factor authentication settings?
More control over permissions
See exactly what permissions Moon is requesting when connecting your account and revoke Moon’s access at any time from Coinbase settings.
How do I revoke Moon’s permissions to my Coinbase account?
Daily limits
You can now set a daily spend limit for purchases from your Coinbase account. By default there is a $1000 daily spend limit, but this can be adjusted in your Coinbase settings.
How do I change my daily limit?
No more 48-hour waits
You can now start shopping instantly with Moon after connecting your Coinbase account.
If you’ve already connected Coinbase with Moon, you will be asked to connect your Coinbase account again. Your existing API key data has been deleted from our servers.
Your browser automatically updates extensions, but if you do not see the latest version of Moon (v1.3.0), restart your browser to force an update.
If you have any questions or concerns, just reply to this email, and I’ll be happy to help.
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