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Python3 CryptoCoin data parser

Project description

This python3 script is based on the coinmarketcap API

For getting coin data you can use the shortcodes for the coins.

So you don’t have to use ‘Basic Attention Token’ but ‘bat’ is enough to get the coin data.

Limits

Please limit requests to no more than 10 per minute.

Endpoints update every 5 minutes.

Create your own caching mechanism to keep requests to minimum

How do I get set up?

  • Install this script with:
    • pip3 py_cryptocoin –upgrade (or pip py_nsapi –upgrade )
  • ready to use it!

Current Coins

‘btc’ : ‘Bitcoin’, ‘eth’ : ‘Ethereum’, ‘xrp’ : ‘Ripple’, ‘bch’ : ‘Bitcoin Cash’, ‘ada’ : ‘Cardano’, ‘ltc’ : ‘Litecoin’, ‘xem’ : ‘NEM’, ‘neo’ : ‘NEO’, ‘xlm’ : ‘Stellar’, ‘eos’ : ‘EOS’, ‘miota’ : ‘IOTA’, ‘dash’ : ‘Dash’, ‘xmr’ : ‘Monero’, ‘trx’ : ‘TRON’, ‘btg’ : ‘Bitcoin Gold’, ‘icx’ : ‘ICON’, ‘qtum’ : ‘Qtum’, ‘etc’ : ‘Ethereum Classic’, ‘lsk’ : ‘Lisk’, ‘xrb’ : ‘RaiBlocks’, ‘ven’ : ‘VeChain’, ‘omg’ : ‘OmiseGO’, ‘usdt’ : ‘Tether’, ‘ppt’ : ‘Populous’, ‘zec’ : ‘Zcash’, ‘xvg’ : ‘Verge’, ‘sc’ : ‘Siacoin’, ‘bnb’ : ‘Binance Coin’, ‘strat’ : ‘Stratis’, ‘bcn’ : ‘Bytecoin’, ‘steem’ : ‘Steem’, ‘ardr’ : ‘Ardor’, ‘snt’ : ‘Status’, ‘mkr’ : ‘Maker’, ‘rep’ : ‘Augur’, ‘bts’ : ‘BitShares’, ‘kcs’ : ‘KuCoin Shares’, ‘waves’ : ‘Waves’, ‘zrx’ : ‘0x’, ‘doge’ : ‘Dogecoin’, ‘etn’ : ‘Electroneum’, ‘veri’ : ‘Veritaseum’, ‘kmd’ : ‘Komodo’, ‘dcr’ : ‘Decred’, ‘drgn’ : ‘Dragonchain’, ‘wtc’ : ‘Walton’, ‘dcn’ : ‘Dentacoin’, ‘lrc’ : ‘Loopring’, ‘ark’ : ‘Ark’, ‘salt’ : ‘SALT’, ‘qash’ : ‘QASH’, ‘dgb’ : ‘DigiByte’, ‘bat’ : ‘Basic Attention Token’, ‘gnt’ : ‘Golem’, ‘hsr’ : ‘Hshare’, ‘knc’ : ‘Kyber Network’, ‘gas’ : ‘Gas’, ‘wax’ : ‘WAX’, ‘ethos’ : ‘Ethos’, ‘pivx’ : ‘PIVX’, ‘gbyte’ : ‘Byteball Bytes’, ‘fun’ : ‘FunFair’, ‘aion’ : ‘Aion’, ‘rhoc’ : ‘RChain’, ‘zcl’ : ‘ZClassic’, ‘fct’ : ‘Factom’, ‘smart’ : ‘SmartCash’, ‘dent’ : ‘Dent’, ‘mona’ : ‘MonaCoin’, ‘elf’ : ‘aelf’, ‘powr’ : ‘Power Ledger’, ‘dgd’ : ‘DigixDAO’, ‘kin’ : ‘Kin’, ‘rdd’ : ‘ReddCoin’, ‘ae’ : ‘Aeternity’, ‘btm’ : ‘Bytom’, ‘nas’ : ‘Nebulas’, ‘sys’ : ‘Syscoin’, ‘req’ : ‘Request Network’, ‘nebl’ : ‘Neblio’, ‘link’ : ‘ChainLink’, ‘eng’ : ‘Enigma’, ‘xp’ : ‘Experience Points’, ‘gxs’ : ‘GXShares’, ‘maid’ : ‘MaidSafeCoin’, ‘sub’ : ‘Substratum’, ‘xzc’ : ‘ZCoin’, ‘nxs’ : ‘Nexus’, ‘nxt’ : ‘Nxt’, ‘med’ : ‘MediBloc’, ‘emc’ : ‘Emercoin’, ‘btx’ : ‘Bitcore’, ‘bnt’ : ‘Bancor’, ‘cnd’ : ‘Cindicator’, ‘qsp’ : ‘Quantstamp’, ‘cnx’ : ‘Cryptonex’, ‘icn’ : ‘Iconomi’, ‘game’ : ‘GameCredits’, ‘pay’ : ‘TenX’, ‘part’ : ‘Particl’

Global Data

The global data return a Dictionary (DICT) with total market cap and volume of currencies

Parameters

Optional parameters: - (string) convert - return 24h volume, and market cap in terms of another currency. Valid values are: - “AUD”, “BRL”, “CAD”, “CHF”, “CLP”, “CNY”, “CZK”, “DKK”, “EUR”, “GBP”, “HKD”, “HUF”, “IDR”, “ILS”, “INR”, “JPY”, “KRW”, “MXN”, “MYR”, “NOK”, “NZD”, “PHP”, “PKR”, “PLN”, “RUB”, “SEK”, “SGD”, “THB”, “TRY”, “TWD”, “ZAR”

Return Fields

You will get a DICT with the followin fields

  • total_market_cap_usd
  • total_24h_volume_usd
  • bitcoin_percentage_of_market_cap
  • active_currencies
  • active_assets
  • active_markets
  • last_updated

Example code

import CryptoCoin

cc = CryptoCoin()
data = cc.getGlobalData() #standard currency (USD)

#or

data = cc.getGlobalData('EUR') #to get by currency

print(data)

Coin Data

Returns al information about one cryptocoin and the pricing

If you add the convert parameter it will return the cryptocoin price in that currency

Parameters

  • (string) cryptocoin shortcode, see Current Coins above what to use

Optional parameters: -(string) currency - return price, 24h volume, and market cap in terms of another currency. Valid values are: - “AUD”, “BRL”, “CAD”, “CHF”, “CLP”, “CNY”, “CZK”, “DKK”, “EUR”, “GBP”, “HKD”, “HUF”, “IDR”, “ILS”, “INR”, “JPY”, “KRW”, “MXN”, “MYR”, “NOK”, “NZD”, “PHP”, “PKR”, “PLN”, “RUB”, “SEK”, “SGD”, “THB”, “TRY”, “TWD”, “ZAR”

Return Fields

You will get a DICT with the followin fields

  • id
  • name
  • symbol
  • rank
  • price_usd [depening on convert / currency]
  • price_btc
  • 24h_volume_usd [depening on convert / currency]
  • market_cap_usd [depening on convert / currency]
  • available_supply
  • total_supply
  • max_supply
  • percent_change_1h
  • percent_change_24h
  • percent_change_7d
  • last_updated

Example code

import CryptoCoin

coin = "bat"

cc = CryptoCoin()
data = cc.(coin) # standard US Dollars

#or

data = cc.(coin, "EUR") #get the coin price back in Euro's

print(data)

All Coins Data

Returns al information about all current know cryptocoins and the pricing

If you add the convert parameter it will return the cryptocoin price in that currency

Parameters

Optional parameters: - (int) start - return results from rank [start] and above - (int) limit - return a maximum of [limit] results (default is 100, use 0 to return all results) - (string) currency - return price, 24h volume, and market cap in terms of another currency. Valid values are: - “AUD”, “BRL”, “CAD”, “CHF”, “CLP”, “CNY”, “CZK”, “DKK”, “EUR”, “GBP”, “HKD”, “HUF”, “IDR”, “ILS”, “INR”, “JPY”, “KRW”, “MXN”, “MYR”, “NOK”, “NZD”, “PHP”, “PKR”, “PLN”, “RUB”, “SEK”, “SGD”, “THB”, “TRY”, “TWD”, “ZAR”

Return Fields

You will get a DICT with the followin fields

  • id
  • name
  • symbol
  • rank
  • price_usd [depening on convert / currency]
  • price_btc
  • 24h_volume_usd [depening on convert / currency]
  • market_cap_usd [depening on convert / currency]
  • available_supply
  • total_supply
  • max_supply
  • percent_change_1h
  • percent_change_24h
  • percent_change_7d
  • last_updated

Example code

import CryptoCoin

cc = CryptoCoin()
data = cc.getAllCoinData() # Get default data in US Dollars

start = 100
limit = 10
currency = "EUR"

data = cc.getAllCoinData(start, limit, currrency)

print(data)

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