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Eobot API wrapper

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To use the API, you need to set up the authentication credentials for the account you’ll be querying. Use the get_config() method to get access to the configuration object used by the eobot module:

>>> import eobot
>>> config = eobot.get_config()

This will return an EobotConfig object where you can set the following values:

>>> config.set_user_id(12345)             # set the user ID
>>> config.set_email('')  # set the user login email address
>>> config.set_password('password')       # set the user login password
>>> config.set_token('token')             # set the user API token

These four values also have getters and havers available:

>>> user_id = config.get_user_id() if config.has_user_id() else 0

The EobotConfig object also offers a shorthand method to set all these values in one call:

>>> config.configure(12345, '', 'password', 'token')

All arguments are optional and can also be used as named arguments. It’s possible to pass None to any value to unset it.

Note that the token usage is optional. This was added to provide distinction between the user password and the API token, but due to the way the API handles token-based authentication, there is in fact no real difference between the two. If a user has API authentication set via a token, it is also possible to just set that token as the user’s password instead. Keep in mind that if both are set, all API methods will always use the token.

Using get_config() without any parameters will return the global configuration that is used by default for all methods. It is also possible to retrieve a different EobotConfig object if you want to access multiple accounts in a single application, without having to update the configuration every time:

>>> named_config = eobot.get_config("named")
>>> eobot.get_balances(config=named_config)

All methods return the EobotConfig instance so that methods can be easily chained:

>>> eobot.get_config().configure(user_id=12345)
>>> eobot.get_balances()
>>> eobot.get_balances(eobot.get_config("named").configure(user_id=67890))

Anonymous methods

For some API methods, authentication is optional. These are the methods that return generic information that is not specific to individual user accounts:

>>> eobot.get_supported_coins()                      # Will return a list of all Cryptocurrencies supported by
>>> eobot.get_supported_fiat()                       # Will return a list of all fiat currencies supported by
>>> eobot.get_coin_value("BTC")                      # Will return the current BTC value in US Dollars
>>> eobot.get_exchange_rate("EUR")                   # Will return the current exchange rate from US Dollars to Euros
>>> eobot.get_exchange_estimate("BTC", "DOGE", 1.0)  # Will estimate the amount of DOGE you'd get for 1.0 BTC

Read-only methods

For read-only methods, only the user ID is needed. If you don’t know the user ID for the account you want to query, you can obtain it via the get_user_id() method, which requires that the user’s email address and password (or token) is set:

>>> user_id = eobot.get_user_id(eobot.get_config().configure(email='', password='password'))

The read-only methods are:

>>> eobot.get_config().configure(user_id=12345)
>>> eobot.get_balances()              # Will return the current balances for all supported Cryptocurrencies
>>> eobot.get_deposit_address("BTC")  # Will return a BTC wallet address for depositing BTC to this Eobot account
>>> eobot.get_mining_estimates()      # Will return the estimated monthly revenue for all current miners
>>> eobot.get_mining_mode()           # Will return the Cryptocurrency that is currently being mined
>>> eobot.get_mining_speed()          # Will return the mining speed for all current miners

Write methods

For write methods, you will always need the user’s email address and password/token. Most methods also require the user’s account ID, but this is implicitly fetched via the get_user_id() method if not provided. This does mean that an extra API call is performed, so for performance reasons it’s better to provide it yourself.

The write methods are:

>>> eobot.get_config().configure(email='', password='password')
>>> eobot.exchange_coins("BTC", 1.0, "DOGE")                      # Will convert 1.0 BTC to DOGE
>>> eobot.manual_withdraw("BTC", 1.0, "<wallet address>")         # Will withdraw 1.0 BTC to the provided wallet
>>> eobot.set_automatic_withdraw("BTC", 1.0, "<wallet address>")  # Will configure to automatically withdraw BTC to the provided wallet if the balance exceeds 1.0 BTC
>>> eobot.set_mining_mode("BTC")                                  # Will set the mining mode for the account to BTC

If you find any bugs, please raise an issue on Github.

Happy coding!

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