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Python Binance is an unofficial Python wrapper for the Binance exchange REST API v3. It allows you to automate interactions with Binance to trade cryptocurrencies, place orders, manage your account, and access market data.

To use Python Binance, you will need to:

  1. Install the python-binance package:
pip install python-binance
  1. Generate API keys from your Binance account. You can do this by going to Account Management > API Management.
  2. Create a Python script and import the python-binance package:


import binance
  1. Initialize the Binance client with your API keys:


client = binance.Client(api_key='YOUR_API_KEY', api_secret='YOUR_API_SECRET')
  1. Start using the Binance API!

Here are some examples of what you can do with Python Binance:


# Get the latest price of Bitcoin
price = client.get_symbol_ticker(symbol='BTCUSDT')

# Place a market order to buy 1 Bitcoin
client.create_order(symbol='BTCUSDT', side='BUY', type='MARKET', quantity=1)

# Get your account balance
balance = client.get_account_balance()

# Withdraw 1 Ethereum to your wallet
client.withdraw_asset(asset='ETH', address='YOUR_ETH_WALLET_ADDRESS', amount=1)

Python Binance is a powerful tool for automating your cryptocurrency trading and account management. For more information, please see the official documentation:

Here are some additional tips for using Python Binance:

  • Use the test_connection() method to check if your connection to Binance is working properly.
  • Use the get_all_symbols() method to get a list of all the symbols that are supported by Binance.
  • Use the get_symbol_info() method to get detailed information about a specific symbol, such as its tick size, price filter, and order types.
  • Use the get_order_book() method to get the current order book for a specific symbol.
  • Use the get_recent_trades() method to get a list of the most recent trades for a specific symbol.

Please note that Python Binance is an unofficial wrapper, and it is important to use it at your own risk.

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