Bitcoin Cash made easier.
Bitcoin Cash made easy
Forked from Ofek's awesome Bit library.
BitCash is so easy to use, in fact, you can do this:
>>> from bitcash import Key >>> >>> k = Key() >>> k.address 'bitcoincash:qp0hamw9rpyllkmvd8047w9em3yt9fytsunyhutucx' >>> >>> k.get_balance('usd') '2' >>> >>> # Let's donate a dollar to CoinSpice.io >>> outputs = [ >>> ('bitcoincash:qz69e5y8yrtujhsyht7q9xq5zhu4mrklmv0ap7tq5f', 1, 'usd'), >>> # you can add more recipients here >>> ] >>> >>> k.send(outputs) '6aea7b1c687d976644a430a87e34c93a8a7fd52d77c30e9cc247fc8228b749ff'
Done. Here is the transaction: https://explorer.bitcoin.com/bch/tx/6aea7b1c687d976644a430a87e34c93a8a7fd52d77c30e9cc247fc8228b749ff
- Python's fastest available implementation (100x faster than closest library)
- Seamless integration with existing server setups
- Supports keys in cold storage
- Fully supports 29 different currencies
- First class support for storing data in the blockchain
- Deterministic signatures via RFC 6979
- Access to the blockchain (and testnet chain) through multiple APIs for redundancy
- Exchange rate API, with optional caching
- Compressed public keys by default
- Multiple representations of private keys; WIF, PEM, DER, etc.
- Standard P2PKH transactions
If you are intrigued, continue reading. If not, continue all the same!
BitCash is distributed on
PyPI as a universal wheel and is available on Linux/macOS
and Windows and supports Python 3.6+ and PyPy3.6-v5.7.1+.
$ pip install bitcash # pip3 if pip is Python 2 on your system.
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