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CCXT – CryptoCurrency eXchange Trading Library
The CCXT library is used to connect and trade with cryptocurrency exchanges and payment processing services worldwide. It provides quick access to market data for storage, analysis, visualization, indicator development, algorithmic trading, strategy backtesting, bot programming, and related software engineering.
It is intended to be used by coders, developers, technically-skilled traders, data-scientists and financial analysts for building trading algorithms.
Current feature list:
- support for many cryptocurrency exchanges — more coming soon
- fully implemented public and private APIs
- optional normalized data for cross-exchange analytics and arbitrage
- an out of the box unified API that is extremely easy to integrate
- works in Node 7.6+, Python 3, PHP 5.4+, and web browsers
- Quadency — trading automation terminal for leading exchanges with streaming APIs + Python IDE.
- TabTrader — trading on all exchanges in one app. Avaliable on Android and iOS.
Certified Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Supported Cryptocurrency Exchange Markets
The CCXT library currently supports the following 124 cryptocurrency exchange markets and trading APIs:
|btctradeua||BTC Trade UA||*||API|
The list above is updated frequently, new crypto markets, exchanges, bug fixes, and API endpoints are introduced on a regular basis. See the Manual for more details. If you can't find a cryptocurrency exchange in the list above and want it to be added, post a link to it by opening an issue here on GitHub or send us an email.
The library is under MIT license, that means it's absolutely free for any developer to build commercial and opensource software on top of it, but use it at your own risk with no warranties, as is.
The easiest way to install the CCXT library is to use a package manager:
- ccxt in PyPI (Python 3.5.3+)
- ccxt in Packagist/Composer (PHP 5.4+)
This library is shipped as an all-in-one module implementation with minimalistic dependencies and requirements:
You can also clone it into your project directory from ccxt GitHub repository:
async/await syntax support (Node 7.6.0+). When compiling with Webpack and Babel, make sure it is not excluded in your
All-in-one browser bundle (dependencies included), served from a CDN of your choice:
- jsDelivr: https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/[email protected]/dist/ccxt.browser.js
- unpkg: https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/dist/ccxt.browser.js
CDNs are not updated in real-time and may have delays. Defaulting to the most recent version without specifying the version number is not recommended. Please, keep in mind that we are not responsible for the correct operation of those CDN servers.
Creates a global
The library supports concurrent asynchronous mode with asyncio and async/await in Python 3.5.3+
ccxt in PHP with Packagist/Composer (PHP 5.4+)
It requires common PHP modules:
- mbstring (using UTF-8 is highly recommended)
- gmp (this is a built-in extension as of PHP 7.2+)
You can get CCXT installed in a container along with all the supported languages and dependencies. This may be useful if you want to contribute to CCXT (e.g. run the build scripts and tests — please see the Contributing document for the details on that).
docker-compose (in the cloned CCXT repository):
You don't need the Docker image if you're not going to develop CCXT. If you just want to use CCXT – just install it as a regular package into your project.
Read the Manual for more details.
The CCXT library consists of a public part and a private part. Anyone can use the public part immediately after installation. Public APIs provide unrestricted access to public information for all exchange markets without the need to register a user account or have an API key.
Public APIs include the following:
- market data
- instruments/trading pairs
- price feeds (exchange rates)
- order books
- trade history
- OHLC(V) for charting
- other public endpoints
In order to trade with private APIs you need to obtain API keys from an exchange's website. It usually means signing up to the exchange and creating API keys for your account. Some exchanges require personal info or identification. Sometimes verification may be necessary as well. In this case you will need to register yourself, this library will not create accounts or API keys for you. Some exchanges expose API endpoints for registering an account, but most exchanges don't. You will have to sign up and create API keys on their websites.
Private APIs allow the following:
- manage personal account info
- query account balances
- trade by making market and limit orders
- deposit and withdraw fiat and crypto funds
- query personal orders
- get ledger history
- transfer funds between accounts
- use merchant services
Read the Manual for more details.
Support Developer Team
We are investing a significant amount of time into the development of this library. If CCXT made your life easier and you want to help us improve it further, or if you want to speed up development of new features and exchanges, please support us with a tip. We appreciate all contributions!
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