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pymaker

Python API for Maker contracts.

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Introduction

The DAI Stablecoin System incentivizes external agents, called keepers, to automate certain operations around the Ethereum blockchain. In order to ease their development, an API around most of the Maker contracts has been created. It can be used not only by keepers, but may also be found useful by authors of some other, unrelated utilities aiming to interact with these contracts.

Based on this API, a set of reference Maker keepers is being developed. They all used to reside in this repository, but now each of them has an individual one: bite-keeper, arbitrage-keeper, auction-keeper, cdp-keeper, market-maker-keeper.

You only need to install this project directly if you want to build your own keepers, or if you want to play with this API library itself. If you just want to install one of reference keepers, go to one of the repositories linked above and start from there. Each of these keepers references some version of pymaker via a Git submodule.

Installation

This project uses Python 3.6.6.

In order to clone the project and install required third-party packages please execute:

git clone https://github.com/makerdao/pymaker.git
cd pymaker
pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Known Ubuntu issues

In order for the secp256k Python dependency to compile properly, following packages will need to be installed:

sudo apt-get install build-essential automake libtool pkg-config libffi-dev python-dev python-pip libsecp256k1-dev

(for Ubuntu 18.04 Server)

Known macOS issues

In order for the Python requirements to install correctly on macOS, please install openssl, libtool, pkg-config and automake using Homebrew:

brew install openssl libtool pkg-config automake

and set the LDFLAGS environment variable before you run pip3 install -r requirements.txt:

export LDFLAGS="-L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib" CFLAGS="-I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include" 

Available APIs

The current version provides APIs around:

Code samples

Below you can find some code snippets demonstrating how the API can be used both for developing your own keepers and for creating some other utilities interacting with the DAI Stablecoin ecosystem contracts.

Token transfer

This snippet demonstrates how to transfer some SAI from our default address. The SAI token address is discovered by querying the Tub, so all we need as a Tub address:

from web3 import HTTPProvider, Web3

from pymaker import Address
from pymaker.token import ERC20Token
from pymaker.numeric import Wad
from pymaker.sai import Tub


web3 = Web3(HTTPProvider(endpoint_uri="http://localhost:8545"))

tub = Tub(web3=web3, address=Address('0xb7ae5ccabd002b5eebafe6a8fad5499394f67980'))
sai = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.sai())

sai.transfer(address=Address('0x0000000000111111111100000000001111111111'),
             value=Wad.from_number(10)).transact()

Updating a DSValue

This snippet demonstrates how to update a DSValue with the ETH/USD rate pulled from CryptoCompare:

import json
import urllib.request

from web3 import HTTPProvider, Web3

from pymaker import Address
from pymaker.feed import DSValue
from pymaker.numeric import Wad


def cryptocompare_rate() -> Wad:
    with urllib.request.urlopen("https://min-api.cryptocompare.com/data/price?fsym=ETH&tsyms=USD") as url:
        data = json.loads(url.read().decode())
        return Wad.from_number(data['USD'])


web3 = Web3(HTTPProvider(endpoint_uri="http://localhost:8545"))

dsvalue = DSValue(web3=web3, address=Address('0x038b3d8288df582d57db9be2106a27be796b0daf'))
dsvalue.poke_with_int(cryptocompare_rate().value).transact()

SAI introspection

This snippet demonstrates how to fetch data from Tub and Tap contracts:

from web3 import HTTPProvider, Web3

from pymaker import Address
from pymaker.token import ERC20Token
from pymaker.numeric import Ray
from pymaker.sai import Tub, Tap


web3 = Web3(HTTPProvider(endpoint_uri="http://localhost:8545"))

tub = Tub(web3=web3, address=Address('0xb7ae5ccabd002b5eebafe6a8fad5499394f67980'))
tap = Tap(web3=web3, address=Address('0xb9e0a196d2150a6393713e09bd79a0d39293ec13'))
sai = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.sai())
skr = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.skr())
gem = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.gem())

print(f"")
print(f"Token summary")
print(f"-------------")
print(f"SAI total supply       : {sai.total_supply()} SAI")
print(f"SKR total supply       : {skr.total_supply()} SKR")
print(f"GEM total supply       : {gem.total_supply()} GEM")
print(f"")
print(f"Collateral summary")
print(f"------------------")
print(f"GEM collateral         : {tub.pie()} GEM")
print(f"SKR collateral         : {tub.air()} SKR")
print(f"SKR pending liquidation: {tap.fog()} SKR")
print(f"")
print(f"Debt summary")
print(f"------------")
print(f"Debt ceiling           : {tub.cap()} SAI")
print(f"Good debt              : {tub.din()} SAI")
print(f"Bad debt               : {tap.woe()} SAI")
print(f"Surplus                : {tap.joy()} SAI")
print(f"")
print(f"Feed summary")
print(f"------------")
print(f"REF per GEM feed       : {tub.pip()}")
print(f"REF per SKR price      : {tub.tag()}")
print(f"GEM per SKR price      : {tub.per()}")
print(f"")
print(f"Tub parameters")
print(f"--------------")
print(f"Liquidation ratio      : {tub.mat()*100} %")
print(f"Liquidation penalty    : {tub.axe()*100 - Ray.from_number(100)} %")
print(f"Stability fee          : {tub.tax()} %")
print(f"")
print(f"All cups")
print(f"--------")
for cup_id in range(1, tub.cupi()+1):
    cup = tub.cups(cup_id)
    print(f"Cup #{cup_id}, lad={cup.lad}, ink={cup.ink} SKR, tab={tub.tab(cup_id)} SAI, safe={tub.safe(cup_id)}")

Asynchronous invocation of Ethereum transactions

This snippet demonstrates how multiple token transfers can be executed asynchronously:

from web3 import HTTPProvider
from web3 import Web3

from pymaker import Address, synchronize
from pymaker.numeric import Wad
from pymaker.sai import Tub
from pymaker.token import ERC20Token


web3 = Web3(HTTPProvider(endpoint_uri="http://localhost:8545"))

tub = Tub(web3=web3, address=Address('0xb7ae5ccabd002b5eebafe6a8fad5499394f67980'))
sai = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.sai())
skr = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.skr())

synchronize([sai.transfer(Address('0x0101010101020202020203030303030404040404'), Wad.from_number(1.5)).transact_async(),
             skr.transfer(Address('0x0303030303040404040405050505050606060606'), Wad.from_number(2.5)).transact_async()])

Multiple invocations in one Ethereum transaction

This snippet demonstrates how multiple token transfers can be executed in one Ethereum transaction. A TxManager instance has to be deployed and owned by the caller.

from web3 import HTTPProvider
from web3 import Web3

from pymaker import Address
from pymaker.approval import directly
from pymaker.numeric import Wad
from pymaker.sai import Tub
from pymaker.token import ERC20Token
from pymaker.transactional import TxManager


web3 = Web3(HTTPProvider(endpoint_uri="http://localhost:8545"))

tub = Tub(web3=web3, address=Address('0xb7ae5ccabd002b5eebafe6a8fad5499394f67980'))
sai = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.sai())
skr = ERC20Token(web3=web3, address=tub.skr())

tx = TxManager(web3=web3, address=Address('0x57bFE16ae8fcDbD46eDa9786B2eC1067cd7A8f48'))
tx.approve([sai, skr], directly())

tx.execute([sai.address, skr.address],
           [sai.transfer(Address('0x0101010101020202020203030303030404040404'), Wad.from_number(1.5)).invocation(),
            skr.transfer(Address('0x0303030303040404040405050505050606060606'), Wad.from_number(2.5)).invocation()]).transact()

Ad-hoc increasing of gas price for asynchronous transactions

import asyncio
from random import randint

from web3 import Web3, HTTPProvider

from pymaker import Address
from pymaker.gas import FixedGasPrice
from pymaker.oasis import SimpleMarket


web3 = Web3(HTTPProvider(endpoint_uri=f"http://localhost:8545"))
otc = SimpleMarket(web3=web3, address=Address('0x375d52588c3f39ee7710290237a95C691d8432E7'))


async def bump_with_increasing_gas_price(order_id):
    gas_price = FixedGasPrice(gas_price=1000000000)
    task = asyncio.ensure_future(otc.bump(order_id).transact_async(gas_price=gas_price))

    while not task.done():
        await asyncio.sleep(1)
        gas_price.update_gas_price(gas_price.gas_price + randint(0, gas_price.gas_price))

    return task.result()


bump_task = asyncio.ensure_future(bump_with_increasing_gas_price(otc.get_orders()[-1].order_id))
event_loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
bump_result = event_loop.run_until_complete(bump_task)

print(bump_result)
print(bump_result.transaction_hash)

Testing

This project uses pytest for unit testing.

In order to be able to run tests, please install development dependencies first by executing:

pip3 install -r requirements-dev.txt

You can then run all tests with:

./test.sh

License

See COPYING file.