Allow access to both public and private end points to Coinbase Pro (erstwhile GDAX) cryptocurrency exchange. For authenticated flow, users must have valid api, secret and passphrase to be able to connect.
This package is inspired by official and unofficial wrappers for GDAX API. Please read through the api docs to gain a better understanding of how each end point is likely to work.
There are two main groups of api end points.
Public: All functions belonging to this group start with
public_ and can be used without any authentication.
Auth: This category of functions will require API Key, API Secret and Passphrase to connect successfully to the account. To get your api keys, refer to how to create GDAX api keys. The behavior of the functions will also depend upon what kind of access (view, trade or manage) the api keys have.
Complete List of Supported Public Functions:
Complete List of Supported Auth Functions:
Apart from these two categories, the library also contains a few internal functions which are used across the public and the auth functions:
The current version does not support the following key capabilities:
This is same as installing
master branch from github.
From Github dev
library(devtools) install_github("DheerajAgarwal/rgdax", ref="dev")
Unofficial Python GDAX Wrapper #The real reason I started this project.
coinbaseexchangeenterorder-r #Helped me break the auth calls.
MTDO's Shiny App #For the data cleaning of most public functions.
DISCLAIMER Use at your own risk.
cancel_order to take an
order_id as an optional parameter.
open_orders to list all open orders.
add_orderwas broken for
limitorder types after the
stop orderbuilt in. Now all orders can be successfully placed.
Only documentation updates like fixing typos and providing clarification on usage. No changes have been made to any code or functions.
fills()function has been enhanced to include
product_id. Now users can get the fills for a given product-currency pair.
add_order()function has been enhanced to include
stop_price. Users can now add either a stop-loss or a stop-entry order. The function was also enhanced for continue adding market orders without specifying the price which was original mandatory.