Pymarketcap - Coinmarketcap Python API and web parser

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Pymarketcap is an APACHE licensed library for retrieve information from coinmarketcap API and web. Consist of a parser built on BeautifulSoup and a API wrapper.
It works for Python 2 and 3.

If you only want the API wrapper, go to here.

Installation:

You need to install BeautifulSoup before:

$ pip install bs4

From source use:

$ python setup.py install

or install from PyPi

$ pip install pymarketcap

Documentation:

API methods

  • GET /v1/ticker/
  • GET /v1/ticker/currency
>>> from pymarketcap import *       # Only contains the class Pymarketcap
>>> coinmarketcap = Pymarketcap()
>>> coinmarketcap.ticker(<currency>)
# <currency> can be passed through 'ethereum' or 'ETH' and returns in json

>>> coinmarketcap.ticker('ETH')
>>> coinmarketcap.ticker('ethereum')

# Add VERBOSE=True or V=True for a string response, like this:
>>> coinmarketcap.ticker('STEEM', V=True)

# This is for receive all the currencies in a string
>>> coinmarketcap.ticker(VERBOSE=True)
[
  {
    id: "bitcoin",
    name: "Bitcoin",
    symbol: "BTC",
    rank: 1,
    price_usd: 448.66,
    24h_volume_usd: 84396000,
    market_cap_usd: 6946212888,
    available_supply: 15482200,
    total_supply: 15482200,
    percent_change_1h: 0.47,
    percent_change_24h: -1.61,
    percent_change_7d: 1.25
  },
  {
    id: "ethereum",
    name: "Ethereum",
    symbol: "ETH",
    rank: 2,
    price_usd: 7.28,
    24h_volume_usd: 13419600,
    market_cap_usd: 578917949,
    available_supply: 79512085,
    total_supply: 79512085,
    percent_change_1h: 0.21,
    percent_change_24h: -6.51,
    percent_change_7d: -14.64
  },

  ...
]       

  • GET /v1/global/
>>> coinmarketcap.stats(VERBOSE=True)
{
  total_market_cap_usd: 8280726727,
  total_24h_volume_usd: 108644044,
  bitcoin_percentage_of_market_cap: 81.77,
  active_currencies: 690,
  active_assets: 57,
  active_markets: 1902
}       

Web Parser methods

Currency markets

  • GET http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/<currency>/#markets
>>> coinmarketcap.markets('ETH', V=True)
[
  {
    "pair": "ETH/BTC", 
    "source": "Poloniex", 
    "percent_volume": 29.72, 
    "price_usd": 49.07, 
    "24h_volume_usd": 35779900
  }, 
  {
    "pair": "ETH/USD", 
    "source": "GDAX", 
    "percent_volume": 8.22, 
    "price_usd": 49.99, 
    "24h_volume_usd": 9897980
  }, 
  {
    "pair": "ETH/USD", 
    "source": "Bitfinex", 
    "percent_volume": 7.98, 
    "price_usd": 49.45, 
    "24h_volume_usd": 9606490
  }, 

 ...
]

Global ranks

  • GET http://www.coinmarketcap.com/gainers-losers/
>>> coinmarketcap.ranks(V=True)
{
  "losers": {
    "1h": [
      {
        "24h_volume_usd": 15219, 
        "symbol": "XEN", 
        "price_usd": 0.327427, 
        "percent_change": -24.28, 
        "name": "Xenixcoin"
      }, 
      {
        "24h_volume_usd": 818024, 
        "symbol": "PINK", 
        "price_usd": 0.002168, 
        "percent_change": -18.3, 
        "name": "PinkCoin"
      },
      ...

# You can pass '7d', '24h', '1h', 'gainers' and 'losers' for filter responses:
coinmarketcap.ranks('gainers', '1h', V=True)
{
  "1h": [
    {
      "24h_volume_usd": 62719, 
      "symbol": "NOBL", 
      "price_usd": 0.00024, 
      "percent_change": 18.99, 
      "name": "NobleCoin"
    }, 
    {
      "24h_volume_usd": 22355, 
      "symbol": "RDD", 
      "price_usd": 5.5e-05, 
      "percent_change": 17.72, 
      "name": "ReddCoin"
    }, 
    {
      "24h_volume_usd": 12723, 
      "symbol": "BOLI", 
      "price_usd": 0.003156, 
      "percent_change": 15.83, 
      "name": "Bolivarcoin"
    }, 
...
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pip install bs4
Worked fine.

pip install pymarketcap
Error = " Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement pymarketcap (from versions: )
No matching distribution found for pymarketcap".

I use Python 3.5.2

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If you use Linux:
git clone https://github.com/mondeja/pymarketcap.git
cd pymarketcap
python3 setup.py install

In windows, you can download it in github and instal from source.