Do you know any Python API for Crypto that checks balances of tokens in any Ethereum wallets?
Hey guys, I've been searching for an API that gives me token's information in the ethereum blockchain in any wallet I choose. I found one called Blockcypher but their call limit is too small (I called it 3 times and I am blocked already). I don't need to make 100's of calls, 10-20 would be ideal. Any help is much appreciated! Cheers!
Stellar will surpass Ethereum market cap 26B at about $1.80 / XLM. And here is why and I will make it short.
Real world use cases: Ethereum has very limited or almost non existent real world usage other than issuing ICO’s. Even before IBM partnership, Stellar have been operational in Nigeria for clearance between at least five big banks and telcos for mobile banking. Philippines also uses Stellar for remittances around the world. Just to name few use cases, but there are more. Mobile banking is a huge untapped market in the developing/under-developed nations and IBM partnership is just the beginning. As more companies get on board, Stellar network will grow. Ethereum transactions are way too costly, but 1 XLM can do nearly 100,000 transactions on Stellar network and confirm within 5 secs for merely $0.03. Eventually Stellar price will increase and even at about $1.8, 100,000 transactions is still quite affordable. Average mobile payment transaction in South East Asia cost about $0.50 to cover complicated proprietary software and Stellar will only make it easy. Stellars affordability will eventually push away Ethereum and other whitepaper ICO projects.
The list can go on and on but, I just want to make it short. This is not a trading advice. Do your own research. And be aware that this will not happen overnight and it will take some time.
Files for ethereum-utils, version 0.6.2; Filename, size File type Python version Upload date Hashes; Filename, size ethereum_utils-0.6.2-py3-none-any.whl (2.6 kB) File type Wheel Python version 3.5 Upload date Dec 11, 2017 Hashes View Web3.py. A Python library for interacting with Ethereum, inspired by web3.js.. Python 3.6+ support; Quickstart. Get started in 5 minutes or take a tour of the library.. Documentation. For additional guides, examples, and APIs, see the documentation.. Want to help? python tooling for the ethereum ecosystem. trinity A client for the Ethereum Blockchain. py-evm Implementation of the Ethereum Virtual Machine. web3.py Interface for interacting with the Ethereum blockchain and ecosystem. vyper Experimental, contract-oriented, pythonic programming language that targets the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). ... Image credit: source In this article, we are going to build a simple Ethereum wallet from scratch using Python. During the process, we will use some cryptography and try to interact with the Ethereum blockchain. In part 1, we will generate a key pair which is compatible with the Ethereum protocol, obtain the Ethereum address […] To generate Ethereum addresses we can use the following two Python modules which are both C based and have a good performance: coincurve: Cross-platform Python CFFI bindings for libsecp256k1; pysha3: SHA-3 wrapper for Python (with support for keccak) Generating Ethereum addresses is a 3-step process: Generate a private key
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