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    Cryptocurrency Price Kit


    The best Nodejs price kit you need when working with cryptocurrencies with multiple providers support.


    • To provide a simple and easy to use API for working with cryptocurrency prices.
    • To provide a simple API to support multiple data providers
    • To provide cache support, so you only send request to the provider once per minute.
    • To support as many providers as possible.


    npm install cryptocurrency-price-kit
    # OR
    yarn add cryptocurrency-price-kit

    Easy As

    const {Cpk} = require('cryptocurrency-price-kit');
    const BlockchainInfo = require("cryptocurrency-price-kit/providers/");
    const CoinGecko = require("cryptocurrency-price-kit/providers/");
    const LiveCoinWatch = require("cryptocurrency-price-kit/providers/");
    // Add Providers
        BlockchainInfo, // supports bitcoin only
        CoinGecko, // supports almost all coins
        LiveCoinWatch({apiKey: "your-api-key"}), // supports almost all coins
    async function Run(){
      // Initialize
      const blockchain = new Cpk('');
      const coingecko = new Cpk('');
      const livecoinwatch = new Cpk('');
      // Get bitcoin Price and cache for 60 secs by default
      const price = await blockchain.get('BTC');
      // or with custom cache time
      const price2 = await blockchain.get('BTC/EUR', 120); // seconds
      console.log("Blockchain - BTC/USD:", price); // The current price of bitcoin in USD
      console.log("Blockchain - BTC/EUR:", price2); // The current price of bitcoin in USD
      // OR
      // GET Many Prices and cache for 60 secs
      const prices = await livecoinwatch.getMany(['BTC/USD', 'ETH/USD', "BNB/USD"], 60);
      console.log('LiveCoinWatch - Many:', prices) // {BTC/USD: price, ETH/USD: price, BNB/USD: price}
      // Also supports using the symbol your provider supports
      // e.g coingecko supports using code instead of symbol
      // i.e `bitcoin` instead of `BTC`
      const prices2 = await coingecko.getMany(["BITCOIN/EUR", "ETHEREUM", "KADENA"], 60);
      console.log("CoinGecko: Many:", prices2); // {BITCOIN/EUR: price, ETHEREUM/USD: price, KADENA/USD: price}

    What you should know.

    • Default currency is USD
    • cache is enabled by default (tll: 60 seconds)
    • If currency is not defined, it will be USD
    • Error is thrown if request is not successful, so you should catch all requests.
    • We prefer cache over interval because it is more reliable. with interval pulling you may make unnecessary requests when not needed.

    Supported providers

    Adding custom provider

    This can be achieved in two ways.

    • Create an issue on GitHub requesting a certain provider, and we will try to add it. (Try if the provider documentation is clear enough.)
    • OR See how to create it yourself: How to create a custom provider

    What may come in the future.

    • Fallback to other providers if the first one fails.
    • Command line support: E.g. npx cpk update-supported-data should update the providers supported coins and currency array. This is considered important because the majority of the providers have an endpoint where your can get the coins and currency they support.
      if supported coins and currency are updated frequently, it will reduce the amount of error requests that may cost you depending on your provider.

    How to create a custom provider

    Creating a custom provider is as easy as.

    const {defineCpkProvider} = require("cryptocurrency-price-kit/src/provider");
    // Define a provider
    // `config` is an object that contains the configuration passed for the provider.
    const CustomProvider = defineCpkProvider((config) => {
        return {
           name: '',
           coinsSupported: ['BTC', 'ETH'] || "any", // if any no validation is done
           currenciesSupported: ['USD', 'EUR'] || "any", // if any no validation is done
           // This is the function that will be called to get the price
           // It will be called with the coin and currency as arguments
           // The async function should return the price
           async getPrice(coin, currency) {
               // return the price
               return 0;
           // This is the function that will be called to get multiple prices
           // It will be called with array of coins and currency as arguments
           // The async function should return the prices as object
           // The object should have the coin/key and the price as value
           // E.g. {"BTC/USD": 0, "ETH/EUR": 0}
           async getPrices(pairs) {
               // return the prices
               for (const pair of pairs) {
                   // pair.coin, pair.currency
               return {};
    module.exports = CustomProvider;

    That's all 😁, all cache function is handled by the package, so you don't need to worry about it. Only return the values, and we will handle the rest.


    If you like this project, you can support it. Any amount can keep the coffee going. 😁

    Coin Address
    BTC bc1q4el6ukfe0762rng62gw9augvq49evj3rxh6w09
    ETH 0xb39bD9cF75BF29888cB80Cf374ee0822714E31a5
    Solana BxcHDVsrk1Y9sX5vqskcMJDhHDT8HkqgYQdZGFMuZKPd
    Polygon Matic 0x14033a7232232cf3c6a0671f00ad015df6a6c220

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