asyncio-based Electrum client library
Stratum (electrum-server) Client Protocol library
Uses python3 to be a client to the Electrum server network. It makes heavy use of asyncio module and newer Python 3 keywords such as await and async.
For non-server applications, you can probably find all you need already in the standard Electrum code and command line.
- can connect via Tor, SSL, proxied or directly
- filter lists of peers by protocol, .onion name
- manage lists of Electrum servers in simple JSON files.
- fully asynchronous design, so can connect to multiple at once
- a number of nearly-useful examples provided
In examples you will find a number little example programs.
- cli.py send single commands, plan is to make this an interactive REPL
- subscribe.py stream changes/events for an address or blocks.
- explorer.py implements a simplistic block explorer website
- spider.py find all Electrum servers recursively, read/write results to JSON
- 0.8.0 Support for ElectrumX protocol 1.4 with some helpers to restore useful functions.
- 0.7.4 Add actual_connection atrribute on StratumClient with some key details
- 0.7.3 Not sure
- 0.7.2 Bugfix: port numbers vs. protocols
- 0.7.1 Python 2.6 compat fix
- 0.7.0 Reconnect broken server connections automatically (after first connect).
- 0.6.0 Various pull requests from other devs integrated. Thanks to @devrandom, @ysangkok!
- 0.5.3 Documents the build/release process (no functional changes).
- 0.5.2 Make aiosocks and bottom modules optional at runtime (thanks to @BioMike)
- 0.5.1 Minor bug fixes
- 0.5.0 First public release.
- be more robust about failed servers, reconnect and handle it.
- connect to a few (3?) servers and compare top block and response times; pick best
- some sort of persistant server list that can be updated as we run
- type checking of parameters sent to server (maybe)?
- lots of test code
- an example that finds servers that do SSL with self-signed certificate
- an example that fingerprints servers to learn what codebase they use
- some bitcoin-specific code that all clients would need; like block header to hash
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