Cryptostore is an application wrapper around Cryptofeed that runs in containers, for the purpose of storing cryptocurrency data directly to various databases and message protocols.
This project assumes familiarity with Docker, but some basic commands are available to get you started below.
Using a Prebuilt Container Image
Docker images are hosted in GitHub and can be pulled using the following command:
docker pull ghcr.io/bmoscon/cryptostore:latest
To Build a Container From Source
docker build . -t "cryptostore:latest"
To Run a Container
docker run -e EXCHANGE='COINBASE' -e CHANNELS='trades' -e SYMBOLS='BTC-USD' -e BACKEND='REDIS' cryptostore:latest
Note: if you've pulled the image from GitHub, the container name will be
ghcr.io/bmoscon/cryptostore:latest as opposed to
Depending on your operating system and how your backends are set up, networking configuration may need to be supplied to docker, or other backend specific environment variables might need to be supplied.
Configuration is passed to the container via environment variables.
SYMBOLS can be single values, or list of values. Only one exchange per container is supported.
For more information about usage, see the documentation.