APIManager provides an easy-to-use interface to manage multiple wallets/currencies.


Create APIManager like so:

manager = APIManager({"BTC": ["xpub1", "xpub2"], "currency2": ["xpub1", "xpub3"]})

This will load all specified wallets to the manager.

Accessing wallets

You can access wallets in a manager like so:

manager.BTC.xpub1 # access wallet <=> BTC(xpub="xpub1")
# or
manager["BTC"]["xpub1"] # same wallet, but via dict-like interface
manager["currency2"]["xpub3"] # <=> currency2(xpub="xpub3")
manager.BTC[xpub].balance() # <=> BTC(xpub=xpub).balance()

Adding new wallets to existing manager

manager.add_wallet("BTC", "xpub3") # adds wallet to currency BTC with xpub="xpub3"
manager.add_wallets("currency2", ["xpub1", "xpub2"]) # batch add

Coin objects creation utilities

manager.load_wallet("currency", "xpub") # returns currency(xpub=xpub)
manager.load_wallets("currency", ["xpub1", "xpub2"]) # returns a dict of xpub-currency(xpub=xpub)

Listening for updates on all wallets in a manager

You can register event handlers like you did before, on individual coin instances, or globally on manager object.

def handler(instance, event, tx):
    pass # instance is coin instance currently processing the event

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