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QuoineFinancial/LiquidTap websocket client for Python

Project description

LiquidTap Python Client

To manage API tokens, refer to: https://app.liquid.com/settings/api-tokens

To learn more about Liquid Api token management, see the help links below: https://help.liquid.com/connect-to-liquid-via-api

Getting Started

pip3 install liquidtap

The library can connect to public channels without token credentials.

import liquidtap

def update_callback(data):
    print(data)

def on_connect(data):
    tap.pusher.subscribe("price_ladders_cash_btcjpy_buy").bind('updated', update_callback)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    tap = liquidtap.Client()
    tap.pusher.connection.bind('pusher:connection_established', on_connect)
    tap.pusher.connect()

Authentication

Authenticate on initialization

import liquidtap

def update_callback(data):
    print(data)

def on_connect(data):
    print(data)
    tap.pusher.subscribe("price_ladders_cash_btcjpy_buy").bind('updated', update_callback)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    tap = liquidtap.Client("insert token id", "insert token secret")
    tap.pusher.connection.bind('pusher:connection_established', on_connect)
    tap.pusher.connect()

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