Bit is so easy to use, in fact, you can do this:
>>> from bit import Key >>> >>> my_key = Key(...) >>> my_key.get_balance('usd') '12.51' >>> >>> # Let's donate! >>> outputs = [ >>> # Wikileaks >>> ('1HB5XMLmzFVj8ALj6mfBsbifRoD4miY36v', 0.0035, 'btc'), >>> # Internet Archive >>> ('1Archive1n2C579dMsAu3iC6tWzuQJz8dN', 190, 'jpy'), >>> # The Pirate Bay >>> ('129TQVAroeehD9fZpzK51NdZGQT4TqifbG', 3, 'eur'), >>> # xkcd >>> ('14Tr4HaKkKuC1Lmpr2YMAuYVZRWqAdRTcr', 2.5, 'cad') >>> ] >>> >>> my_key.send(outputs) '9f59f5c6757ec46fdc7440acbeb3920e614c8d1d247ac174eb6781b832710c1c'
Here is the transaction https://blockchain.info/tx/9f59f5c6757ec46fdc7440acbeb3920e614c8d1d247ac174eb6781b832710c1c.
- Python’s fastest available implementation (100x faster than closest library)
- Seamless integration with existing server setups
- Supports keys in cold storage
- Fully supports 25 different currencies
- First class support for storing data in the blockchain
- Deterministic signatures via RFC 6979
- Access to the blockchain (and testnet chain) through multiple APIs for redundancy
- Exchange rate API, with optional caching
- Optimal transaction fee API, with optional caching
- Compressed public keys by default
- Multiple representations of private keys; WIF, PEM, DER, etc.
- Legacy P2PKH and Segwit nested-P2WPKH transactions
- Legacy P2SH and Segwit nested-P2WSH transactions
If you are intrigued, continue reading. If not, continue all the same!
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