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NAME

WebService::Cryptsy - implementation of www.cryptsy.com API

SYNOPSIS

    use WebService::Cryptsy;
    use Data::Dumper;

    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new(
        public_key  => 'YOUR PUBLICE KEY',
        private_key => 'YOUR PRIVATE KEY',
    );

    print Dumper( $cryp->getinfo      || $cryp->error ) . "\n";
    print Dumper( $cryp->marketdatav2 || $cryp->error ) . "\n";

    my ( $currency_id, $currency_code ) = ( 3, 'BTC' );
    my $generated_address
    = $cryp->generatenewaddress( $currency_id, $currency_code )
        or die "Error: " . $cryp->error;


    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new; # no need for keys for some methods
    my $data = $cryp->marketdatav2
        or die "Error: $cryp";  # error checking and using interpolation
                                # to get the error message

    printf "%s: %f\n", @{ $data->{markets}{$_} }{qw/label  lasttradeprice/}
        for sort keys %{ $data->{markets} };

DESCRIPTION

This module implements the www.cryptsy.com API whose description is available here: https://www.cryptsy.com/pages/api

INSTALLATION NOTES

Depending on your configuration, you might need to install

    cpan LWP::Protocol::https  Net::SSLeay

Or some such, to make LWP::UserAgent work over HTTPS, as that's what Cryptsy's API requires.

GETTING API KEY

To use this module, you'll need to obtain the API key from www.cryptsy.com. Once logged in, go to account settings page and scroll all the way to the bottom. Click the Generate New Key button to generate new key.

IMPORTANT!!! Ensure to toggle the "API Disabled" button into the "on" position, otherwise your API will be off and this module will give a confusing error message.

CONSTRUCTOR

new

    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new(
        public_key  => 'YOUR PUBLIC  KEY',
        private_key => 'YOUR PRIVATE KEY',
        timeout     => 30,
    );

    # or if you're only going to use the public methods:
    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new;

Creates and returns a new WebService::Cryptsy object. Takes three optional arguments as key/value pairs. The public_key and private_key are optional only for the Public Methods of the API. They both are required for calling the Authenticated Methods. To obtain your keys, see the "GETTING API KEY" section above.

public_key

    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new(
        public_key  => '479c5eee116f8f5972bdaf12dd0a3f82562c8a7c',
        private_key => 'b408e899526142eee13304669a657c8782435ccda2f65dbea05270fe8dfa5d3d2ef7eb4812ce1c35',
    );

This is the key from the Public Key box on Cryptsy's settings page.

private_key

    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new(
        public_key  => '479c5eee116f8f5972bdaf12dd0a3f82562c8a7c',
        private_key => 'b408e899526142eee13304669a657c8782435ccda2f65dbea05270fe8dfa5d3d2ef7eb4812ce1c35',
    );

This is the key from the Private Key box on Cryptsy's settings page.

timeout

    my $cryp = WebService::Cryptsy->new(
        timeout => 30,
    );

Optional. Specifies the timeout, in seconds, of the API requests. Default: 60

MODULE METHODS / OVERLOADS

error

    # these two are equivalent
    my $data = $cryp->marketdata
        or die "Error: $cryp";


    my $data = $cryp->marketdata
        or die "Error: " . $cryp->error;

The API methods will return undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and the human-readable error will be available using the ->error method. This method is overloaded for object interpolation, thus you can simply interpolate the object in a string to get the error message.

timeout

    printf "Current API request timeout is %d\n", $cryp->timeout;

    $cryp->timeout( 30 );

Gets/sets the timeout constructor's argument. Takes one optional argument that specifies the new timeout in seconds. Returns the current timeout in seconds.

GENERAL CONVENTION FOR API METHODS

All methods are named exactly the same as in Cryptsy's API. If the API method takes any arguments, you'd supply them to the method, in the same order (e.g. $cryp->mytrades( $market_id, $limit );)

PUBLIC API METHODS

These methods do not require API keys.

marketdata

    my $data = $cryp->marketdata
        or die "Error: $cryp";

General Market Data (All Markets): (OLD METHOD). Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'markets' => {
            'CSC' => {
                    'primaryname' => 'CasinoCoin',
                    'volume' => '192807.99239834',
                    'lasttradeprice' => '0.00006507',
                    'marketid' => '68',
                    'secondarycode' => 'BTC',
                    'primarycode' => 'CSC',
                    'lasttradetime' => '2013-12-26 01:16:24',
                    'label' => 'CSC/BTC',
                    'secondaryname' => 'BitCoin',
                    'buyorders' => [
                        {
                            'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                            'price' => '0.00007348',
                            'total' => '1.17579218'
                        },
                    ],
                    'sellorders' => [
                        {
                            'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                            'price' => '0.00005005',
                            'total' => '0.01253232'
                        },
                    ],
                    'recenttrades' => [
                        {
                          'time' => '2013-12-26 01:27:33',
                          'quantity' => '2.69061569',
                          'price' => '0.00007095',
                          'id' => '9622421',
                          'total' => '0.00019090'
                        },
                    ],
            },
        },
    };

marketdatav2

    my $data = $cryp->marketdatav2
        or die "Error: $cryp";

General Market Data (All Markets): (NEW METHOD). Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'markets' => {
            'IFC/LTC' => {
                'primaryname' => 'InfiniteCoin',
                'secondaryname' => 'LiteCoin',
                'label' => 'IFC/LTC',
                'volume' => '413934622.38106910',
                'lasttradeprice' => '0.00000289',
                'marketid' => '60',
                'primarycode' => 'IFC',
                'secondarycode' => 'LTC',
                'lasttradetime' => '2013-12-26 01:37:09',
                'sellorders' => [
                    {
                        'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                        'price' => '0.00000286',
                        'total' => '8.64783388'
                    },
                ],
                'buyorders' => [
                    {
                        'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                        'price' => '0.00000293',
                        'total' => '2.15336758',
                    },
                ],
                'recenttrades' => [
                    {
                        'time' => '2013-12-26 01:40:36',
                        'quantity' => '10000.00000000',
                        'price' => '0.00000292',
                        'id' => '9626105',
                        'total' => '0.02920000',
                    },
                ],
            },
        }
    };

singlemarketdata

    my $market_id = 60; #  IFC/LTC market
    my $data = $cryp->singlemarketdata( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

General Market Data (Single Market). Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'markets' => {
            'IFC' => {
                'primaryname' => 'InfiniteCoin',
                'volume' => '405825211.07019660',
                'lasttradeprice' => '0.00000292',
                'marketid' => '60',
                'secondarycode' => 'LTC',
                'primarycode' => 'IFC',
                'lasttradetime' => '2013-12-26 01:45:50',
                'label' => 'IFC/LTC',
                'secondaryname' => 'LiteCoin',
                'buyorders' => [
                    {
                       'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                       'price' => '0.00000293',
                       'total' => '2.15336758'
                    },
                ],
                'sellorders' => [
                    {
                        'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                        'price' => '0.00000286',
                        'total' => '8.64783388'
                    },
                ],
                'recenttrades' => [
                    {
                        'time' => '2013-12-26 01:45:50',
                        'quantity' => '100000.00000000',
                        'price' => '0.00000292',
                        'id' => '9627226',
                        'total' => '0.29200000'
                    },
                ]
            }
        }
    };

orderdata

    my $data = $cryp->orderdata
        or die "Error: $cryp";

General Orderbook Data (All Markets). Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'CSC' => {
            'primaryname' => 'CasinoCoin',
            'secondaryname' => 'BitCoin',
            'marketid' => '68',
            'secondarycode' => 'BTC',
            'primarycode' => 'CSC',
            'label' => 'CSC/BTC',
            'sellorders' => [
                {
                    'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                    'price' => '0.00005005',
                    'total' => '0.01253232'
                },
            ],
            'buyorders' => [
                {
                    'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                    'price' => '0.00007348',
                    'total' => '1.17579218'
                },
            ],
        },
    };

singleorderdata

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $data = $cryp->singleorderdata( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

General Orderbook Data (Single Market). Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'CSC' => {
            'primaryname' => 'CasinoCoin',
            'marketid' => '68',
            'secondarycode' => 'BTC',
            'primarycode' => 'CSC',
            'label' => 'CSC/BTC',
            'secondaryname' => 'BitCoin',
            'buyorders' => [
                {
                    'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                    'price' => '0.00007348',
                    'total' => '1.17579218'
                },
            ],
            'sellorders' => [
                {
                    'quantity' => '0.00000000',
                    'price' => '0.00005005',
                    'total' => '0.01253232'
                },
            ],
        }
    };

AUTHENTICATED API METHODS

getinfo

    my $data = $cryp->getinfo
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'openordercount' => 0,
        'servertimestamp' => 1388083631,
        'servertimezone' => 'EST',
        'balances_available' => {
            'DBL' => '0.00000000',
            'CMC' => '0.00000000'
        },
        'serverdatetime' => '2013-12-26 13:47:11',
        'balances_hold' => {
            'CSC' => '0.00000000',
            'HYC' => '0.00000000',
        }
    };

And according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of these keys is:

  • balances_available Array of currencies and the balances available for each

  • balances_hold Array of currencies and the amounts currently on hold for open orders

  • servertimestamp Current server timestamp

  • servertimezone Current timezone for the server

  • serverdatetime Current date/time on the server

  • openordercount Count of open orders on your account

getmarkets

    my $data = $cryp->getmarkets
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of Active Markets. Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    [
        {
            'current_volume' => '1147913.14033064',
            'marketid' => '57',
            'created' => '2013-07-04 01:01:09',
            'high_trade' => '0.00001638',
            'primary_currency_name' => 'AlphaCoin',
            'secondary_currency_name' => 'BitCoin',
            'last_trade' => '0.00001366',
            'primary_currency_code' => 'ALF',
            'label' => 'ALF/BTC',
            'secondary_currency_code' => 'BTC',
            'low_trade' => '0.00001067'
        },
    ];

And according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of these keys is:

  • marketid Integer value representing a market

  • label Name for this market, for example: AMC/BTC

  • primary_currency_code Primary currency code, for example: AMC

  • primary_currency_name Primary currency name, for example: AmericanCoin

  • secondary_currency_code Secondary currency code, for example: BTC

  • secondary_currency_name Secondary currency name, for example: BitCoin

  • current_volume 24 hour trading volume in this market

  • last_trade Last trade price for this market

  • high_trade 24 hour highest trade price in this market

  • low_trade 24 hour lowest trade price in this market

  • created Datetime (EST) the market was created

mytransactions

    my $data = $cryp->mytransactions
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of Deposits and Withdrawals on your account. Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure. Since I don't actually use Cryptsy, I've no transactions and can't see what structure the method returns. If you can, please dump it and submit it as a bug report. My best guess is it returns an arrayref of hashrefs, and according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • currency Name of currency account

  • timestamp The timestamp the activity posted

  • datetime The datetime the activity posted

  • timezone Server timezone

  • type Type of activity. (Deposit / Withdrawal)

  • address Address to which the deposit posted or Withdrawal was sent

  • amount Amount of transaction (Not including any fees)

  • fee Fee (If any) Charged for this Transaction (Generally only on Withdrawals)

  • trxid Network Transaction ID (If available)

markettrades

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $data = $cryp->markettrades( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of last 1000 Trades for this Market, in Date Descending Order. Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    [
        {
            'quantity' => '73.90140550',
            'tradeid' => '9811863',
            'initiate_ordertype' => 'Sell',
            'total' => '0.00423825',
            'tradeprice' => '0.00005735',
            'datetime' => '2013-12-26 16:22:52'
        },
    ];

And according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • tradeid A unique ID for the trade

  • datetime Server datetime trade occurred

  • tradeprice The price the trade occurred at

  • quantity Quantity traded

  • total Total value of trade (tradeprice * quantity)

  • initiate_ordertype The type of order which initiated this trade

marketorders

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $data = $cryp->marketorders( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: 2 Arrays. First array is sellorders listing current open sell orders ordered price ascending. Second array is buyorders listing current open buy orders ordered price descending. Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'sellorders' => [
            {
                'sellprice' => '0.00005740',
                'quantity' => '212.47116097',
                'total' => '0.01219584'
            },
        ],
        'buyorders' => [
            {
                'quantity' => '200.00000000',
                'buyprice' => '0.00005737',
                'total' => '0.01147400'
            },
        ],
    };

And according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • sellprice If a sell order, price which order is selling at

  • buyprice If a buy order, price the order is buying at

  • quantity Quantity on order

  • total Total value of order (price * quantity)

mytrades

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $limit = 200;
    my $data = $cryp->mytrades( $market_id, $limit )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array your Trades for this Market, in Date Descending Order. Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID, and one optional argument, which is the limit of the number of results (defaults to 200). On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure. Since I don't actually use Cryptsy, I've no transactions and can't see what structure the method returns. If you can, please dump it and submit it as a bug report. My best guess is it returns an arrayref of hashrefs, and according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • tradeid An integer identifier for this trade

  • tradetype Type of trade (Buy/Sell)

  • datetime Server datetime trade occurred

  • tradeprice The price the trade occurred at

  • quantity Quantity traded

  • total Total value of trade (tradeprice * quantity)- Does not include fees

  • fee Fee Charged for this Trade

  • initiate_ordertype The type of order which initiated this trade

  • order_id Original order id this trade was executed against

allmytrades

    my $data = $cryp->allmytrades
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array your Trades for all Markets, in Date Descending Order. Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure. Since I don't actually use Cryptsy, I've no transactions and can't see what structure the method returns. If you can, please dump it and submit it as a bug report. My best guess is it returns an arrayref of hashrefs, and according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • tradeid An integer identifier for this trade

  • tradetype Type of trade (Buy/Sell)

  • datetime Server datetime trade occurred

  • marketid The market in which the trade occurred

  • tradeprice The price the trade occurred at

  • quantity Quantity traded

  • total Total value of trade (tradeprice * quantity) - Does not include fees

  • fee Fee Charged for this Trade

  • initiate_ordertype The type of order which initiated this trade

  • order_id Original order id this trade was executed against

myorders

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $data = $cryp->myorders( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of your orders for this market listing your current open sell and buy orders. Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure. Since I don't actually use Cryptsy, I've no transactions and can't see what structure the method returns. If you can, please dump it and submit it as a bug report. My best guess is it returns an arrayref of hashrefs, and according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • orderid Order ID for this order

  • created Datetime the order was created

  • ordertype Type of order (Buy/Sell)

  • price The price per unit for this order

  • quantity Quantity remaining for this order

  • total Total value of order (price * quantity)

  • orig_quantity Original Total Order Quantity

depth

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $data = $cryp->depth( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of buy and sell orders on the market representing market depth. Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'buy' => [
            [
                '0.00005633', # price
                '2.70000000'  # quantity
            ],
        ],
        'sell' => [
            [
                '0.00005641', # price
                '73.44390000' # quantity
            ],
        ]
    };

allmyorders

    my $data = $cryp->allmyorders
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of all open orders for your account. Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure. Since I don't actually use Cryptsy, I've no transactions and can't see what structure the method returns. If you can, please dump it and submit it as a bug report. My best guess is it returns an arrayref of hashrefs, and according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in each hashref is:

  • orderid Order ID for this order

  • marketid The Market ID this order was created for

  • created Datetime the order was created

  • ordertype Type of order (Buy/Sell)

  • price The price per unit for this order

  • quantity Quantity remaining for this order

  • total Total value of order (price * quantity)

  • orig_quantity Original Total Order Quantity

createorder

    my $order_id = $cryp->createorder(
        $marketid,   # Market ID for which you are creating an order for
        $ordertype,  # Order type you are creating (Buy/Sell)
        $quantity,   # Amount of units you are buying/selling in this order
        $price,      # Price per unit you are buying/selling at
    ) or die "Error: $cryp";

Takes four mandatory arguments that are (in order): market id, order type (Buy or Sell), quantity, price. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns the order ID.

cancelorder

    $cryp->cancelorder( $order_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Takes one mandatory argument, which is the order ID of the order you wish to cancel. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a true value.

cancelmarketorders

    my $market_id = 68; #  CSC/BTC market
    my $data = $cryp->cancelmarketorders( $market_id )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Cancel all open orders in the market. Takes one mandatory argument, which is the market ID. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. According to the API docs, on success returns an arrayref that contains "return information on each order cancelled." I don't have the means to create/cancel orders; if you can dump the returned data structure and submit it to me via a bug report, it would be appreciated. It is likely the return is a hashref with a single key return whose value is an arrayref.

cancelallorders

    my $data = $cryp->cancelallorders
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Outputs: Array of all open orders for your account. Takes no arguments. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. According to the API docs, on success returns an arrayref that contains "return information on each order cancelled." I don't have the means to create/cancel orders; if you can dump the returned data structure and submit it to me via a bug report, it would be appreciated. It is likely the return is a hashref with a single key return whose value is an arrayref.

calculatefees

    my $data = $cryp->calculatefees(
        $ordertype,  # Order type you are calculating for (Buy/Sell)
        $quantity,   # Amount of units you are buying/selling
        $price,      # Price per unit you are buying/selling at
    ) or die "Error: $cryp";

Takes three mandatory arguments that are (in order): order type (Buy or Sell), quantity, price. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks like this:

    {
        'fee' => '11.94000000',
        'net' => '3968.06000000'
    }

And according to Cryptsy's API, the meaning of the keys in the hashref is:

  • fee The that would be charged for provided inputs

  • net The net total with fees

generatenewaddress

    my $address = $cryp->generatenewaddress(
        3,      # Currency ID for the coin you want to
                # generate a new address for (ie. 3 = BitCoin)
        'BTC',  # Currency Code for the coin you want to generate a new
                # address for (ie. BTC = BitCoin)
    ) or die "Error: $cryp";

    my $address = $cryp->generatenewaddress( 3 )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

    my $address = $cryp->generatenewaddress( undef, 'BTC' )
        or die "Error: $cryp";

Takes two optional arguments, but at least one of them must be provided. The first argument is the currency ID, the second is the currency code. If you're providing the currency code but wish not to provide the currency ID, then provide currency ID as undef. On failure returns undef or an empty list, depending on the context, and sets ->error to the error message. On success returns a data structure that looks something like this:

    {
        'address' => '16zJ1sR9RBEsWsAzy8uZYM2Lr65691kwqD'
    };

REPOSITORY

Fork this module on GitHub: https://github.com/zoffixznet/WebService-Cryptsy

BUGS

To report bugs or request features, please use https://github.com/zoffixznet/WebService-Cryptsy/issues

If you can't access GitHub, you can email your request to bug-WebService-Cryptsy at rt.cpan.org

AUTHOR

Zoffix Znet <zoffix at cpan.org> (http://zoffix.com/, http://haslayout.net/)

LICENSE

You can use and distribute this module under the same terms as Perl itself. See the LICENSE file included in this distribution for complete details.