C++ client-side API Kraken access library
Kraken is a virtual currency exchange, which also handles fiat (real) currency amounts. Subscribers to the service have an account with associated funds attached. The web site (www.kraken.com) provides the user with an account overview (i.e. current balance), currency-pair exchange market status (history of prices and current order book), and the means to place entries on the order book; bids for a currency which can be immediately met with orders to sell the currency are automatically transacted, with the Kraken site taking a small and variable cut of the deal.
Kraken also provide a stateless, web-based API by which all of the above actions can be undertaken programmatically. This is fully open, and described at the Kraken exchange web site.
The DMBCS client-side C++ library implements all features of the API in a fully encapsulated C++ class, allowing users to implement algorithmic or robotic trading and dynamic exchange modelling.
DocumentationSource contains texinfo, fully describing the installation and use of this facility. View at http://rdmp.org/dmbcs/kraken-api/documentation.
version 1.0 (stable)
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git clone http://rdmp.org/dmbcs/kraken-api.git dmbcs-kraken-api
Leaders and contributors
|Dale Mellor||Original developer|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||libcurl|
|Required to use||curlpp|
|Required to use||openssl|
|Required to build||c++17 compiler|
|Required to build||GNU autotools|
|Required to build||libtoolize|
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