Official Bitlish.com WebSocket API wrapper on python3 with asyncio
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README.md

bitlish-client

Official https://bitlish.com bitcoin exchange WebSocket API wrapper on python3 with asyncio.

Dependencies

Now only asyncio and websockets modules required.

Usage

With your account at https://bitlish.com create "fixed" API token on personal settings page. Run examples with -t flag like ./simple_call.py -t 'your_token' or use Bitlish.py module in your own scripts.

# import wrapper
from Bitlish import Bitlish
...
# create and initialize connection
api = yield from Bitlish(TOKEN, timeout=20, throw_errors=False).init()
...
# make your calls
resp = yield from api.list_my_trades({'limit': 1})
err, data = resp.get('error'), resp.get('data')
if err:
    print('Error:', api.wrap_error(resp))  # construct error string
else:
    print('My order:', data['list'][0])

Examples

simple_call.py - simple API call, you can get error with invalid token.

parallel_calls.py - example of parallel call execution.

simple_call_with_exception.py - try/except example for error handling.

simple_bot.py - periodic random buying and selling in selected pairs with tiny amounts(~0.001btc).

Notes

throw_errors=True parameter raises exception when error from server is received, see simple_call_with_exception.py for example.