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 by   bisq-network Java Version: v1.8.4 License: AGPL-3.0

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bisq is a Java library typically used in Security, Cryptography, Bitcoin applications. bisq has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.
Bisq is a safe, private and decentralized way to exchange bitcoin for national currencies and other digital assets. Bisq uses peer-to-peer networking and multi-signature escrow to facilitate trading without a third party. Bisq is non-custodial and incorporates a human arbitration system to resolve disputes. To learn more, see the doc and video at https://bisq.network/intro.
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  • bisq has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 3949 star(s) with 1220 fork(s). There are 268 watchers for this library.
  • There were 2 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
  • There are 267 open issues and 2576 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 181 days. There are 7 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of bisq is v1.8.4
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  • bisq has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • bisq has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • bisq code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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  • bisq is licensed under the AGPL-3.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
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  • bisq releases are available to install and integrate.
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  • Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.
  • It has 218835 lines of code, 15888 functions and 2349 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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kandi has reviewed bisq and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into bisq implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Create the path elements .
  • Create all the fields
  • Provides a list of all the Locale objects .
  • Add proposals columns .
  • Shows a compact report
  • Initialize display currencies .
  • Create columns .
  • Open a dispute .
  • add columns to the table
  • Create the table view .

bisq Key Features

A decentralized bitcoin exchange network

How to split Python GET request by parameter into different bitcoin offers

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import requests
import json

#request the raw dataset
response_USD = requests.get('https://bisq.markets/api/offers?market=BTC_USD')

#list of buys, and keys to extract
buys = []
extract = ["offer_id", "price"]

#iterate raw data, copying required datapoints
for buy_data in response_USD.json()['btc_usd']['buys']:
    buy = {}
    for key in extract:
        buy[key] = buy_data[key]
    buys.append(buy)

#print the collected data for each buy
for buy in buys:
    print(buy)
-----------------------
import requests

(r := requests.get('https://bisq.markets/api/offers?market=BTC_USD')).raise_for_status()
for buy in r.json()['btc_usd']['buys']:
    print(f"Offer id {buy['offer_id']} -> Price {buy['price']}")
...
Offer id 8wqgbau-b2edf3d0-2f2b-4738-a956-e92227c906a1-182 -> Price 39277.97460000
Offer id ZEHFTYH-49190056-2aa8-4ea6-895f-39e1a1b22d89-182 -> Price 38877.17900000
Offer id XLKeI-0e6bbd7f-a947-4da1-8028-b8b9ef0a7308-175 -> Price 38877.17900000
Offer id 28444200-0b2719ca-544b-4c10-a6f3-0b811075e885-182 -> Price 38709.18190000
...
-----------------------
import requests

(r := requests.get('https://bisq.markets/api/offers?market=BTC_USD')).raise_for_status()
for buy in r.json()['btc_usd']['buys']:
    print(f"Offer id {buy['offer_id']} -> Price {buy['price']}")
...
Offer id 8wqgbau-b2edf3d0-2f2b-4738-a956-e92227c906a1-182 -> Price 39277.97460000
Offer id ZEHFTYH-49190056-2aa8-4ea6-895f-39e1a1b22d89-182 -> Price 38877.17900000
Offer id XLKeI-0e6bbd7f-a947-4da1-8028-b8b9ef0a7308-175 -> Price 38877.17900000
Offer id 28444200-0b2719ca-544b-4c10-a6f3-0b811075e885-182 -> Price 38709.18190000
...

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  • How to split Python GET request by parameter into different bitcoin offers
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QUESTION

How to split Python GET request by parameter into different bitcoin offers

Asked 2022-Feb-18 at 18:06

I'd like to use the BISQ API to extract BTC buy offers, and list them separately in a new line. However, the return I'm getting has too many levels for me to extract using key-value pairs (although I'm very new to Python so am probably missing something!)

Currently, I've called the API with the following response:

import requests
import json
response_USD = requests.get('https://bisq.markets/api/offers?market=BTC_USD')
print(response_USD.json()['btc_usd']['buys'])

Which returns (cut due to length):

[{'offer_id': 'aMDMHXt-9222c082-5f60-4274-9bbf-5d58d986d8b3-182', 'offer_date': 1645195105176, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.01000000', 'amount': '0.02000000', 'price': '45000.00000000', 'volume': '900.00000000', 'payment_method': 'AMAZON_GIFT_CARD', 'offer_fee_txid': None}, {'offer_id': 'xf6xttjw-a21b0c58-4f46-487f-8f71-c33f20f0f61d-182', 'offer_date': 1644872308763, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.00900000', 'amount': '0.01700000', 'price': '43255.79460000', 'volume': '735.34850000', 'payment_method': 'AMAZON_GIFT_CARD', 'offer_fee_txid': None}, {'offer_id': '82198-b1ab6e83-8a07-4a7c-8a25-00f91202c67f-180', 'offer_date': 1644131836719, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.01130000', 'amount': '0.01130000', 'price': '42851.53480000', 'volume': '484.22230000', 'payment_method': 'AMAZON_GIFT_CARD', 'offer_fee_txid': None}, {'offer_id': '9y8ezr-0f9cb55a-0030-4610-b5af-72e7f19775ae-182', 'offer_date': 1644932335080, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.01000000', 'amount': '0.02000000', 'price': '42851.53480000', 'volume': '857.03060000', 'payment_method': 'AMAZON_GIFT_CARD', 'offer_fee_txid': None}, {'offer_id': '856233-e943bc25-9df4-47e2-977f-6a65425fe45b-182', 'offer_date': 1644469262319, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.00250000', 'amount': '0.00250000', 'price': '42447.27500000', 'volume': '106.11810000', 'payment_method': 'AMAZON_GIFT_CARD', 'offer_fee_txid': None}, {'offer_id': '318317-fb6d2475-f2dd-4b74-886e-7da6ff7b349c-182', 'offer_date': 1644122335075, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.00310000', 'amount': '0.00310000', 'price': '42447.27500000', 'volume': '131.58650000', 'payment_method': 'AMAZON_GIFT_CARD', 'offer_fee_txid': None}, {'offer_id': '46MoyVB-daf83cf0-a064-4d32-8fd9-73593599bbb5-182', 'offer_date': 1645120327323, 'direction': 'BUY', 'min_amount': '0.01000000', 'amount': '0.01000000', 'price': '42043.01530000', 'volume': '420.43010000', 'payment_method': 'CLEAR_X_CHANGE', 'offer_fee_txid': None}...

I'd like to extract every offer (from 'offer_id' to 'offer_fee_txid') as a new line, and then call within that particular part (e.g. call 'price').

Is there an easy way to do that?

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Feb-18 at 16:21

I recomment iterating the data and copying out the data points you require as follows:

import requests
import json

#request the raw dataset
response_USD = requests.get('https://bisq.markets/api/offers?market=BTC_USD')

#list of buys, and keys to extract
buys = []
extract = ["offer_id", "price"]

#iterate raw data, copying required datapoints
for buy_data in response_USD.json()['btc_usd']['buys']:
    buy = {}
    for key in extract:
        buy[key] = buy_data[key]
    buys.append(buy)

#print the collected data for each buy
for buy in buys:
    print(buy)

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71176437

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Install bisq

Follow the step-by-step instructions at https://bisq.network/get-started.

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