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A Python library for making matrices and graphs of Bitcoin wallet transactions

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Bitcoin Graph

The bitcoin_graph library makes it simple to produce graphs and matrices of Bitcoin transactions from a single wallet address of a list of wallet addresses.

This is an alpha release, so please post bugs/requests as you encounter them. Thanks!


# via pip
pip install bitcoin_graph

# via github
pip install git+


from bitcoin_graph import bitcoin_graph

# you can input a single wallet address or a list of dictionaries with metadata
node_data = [('1DqeUNa3wqJRamTEUMTiUXHAQynQuLh426', {'name': 'Near Genesis'})]

# this will take a single wallet address of a list of dictionaries with metadata
edge_data = bitcoin_graph.bitcoin_network(node_data)

# this will output a Networkx graph object
graph_object = bitcoin_graph.bitcoin_graph(node_data, edge_data)

# you can then export to one of several formats
bitcoin_graph.bitcoin_data_export(graph_object, 'graphml', 'filename')
  • You can also now use NetworkX to manipulate the graph object.


  • Single or multiple addresses
  • Multiple output formats
  • Extends Networkx functionality
  • Python 3.6+


Docs are forthcoming.


Please use Github Issue Tracker


Changelog is forthcoming (will be in same location as Docs).


Copyright Joe Blankenship, 2019

Distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL-3.0 license. Bitcoin_graph is free and open-source software.

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