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pcryptsy – a graphical – trading client

12.01.2014 (11:27 pm) – Filed under: bitcoin, coding, computing, linux, python

pcryptsy is a GUI for with the ability to calculate and plot charts

pcryptsy is a complete python application with PyQt4 frontend (QtCore, QtGui, QtWebkit).

It’s using a modified version of PyCryptsy module to connect to the official web-API.

You need to have python-matplotlib installed to plot graphics – pcryptsy is using parsed JSON data from website to get the coin values (files can get up to ~10Mb)

  • keep overview of your current balances:


  • keep track of current altcoin values as well as sell/buy orders:


  • create and delete buy/sell orders:


  • view live-website inside:


  • calculate and plot EMA chart based on the last 22 days:


  • debian requirements:


  • to install requirements:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install python-qt4 python-matplotlib

All you need is your API Public Key and Private Key ( – settings)

  • To run it, simply type:



python pcryptsy

Here is a beta version which was tested on a debian system (python3)

as well as on a Windows XP SP3 (python 2.7):

  pcryptsy_v0.2beta.tar.gz (20.0 KiB, 877 hits)

MD5: 08d20dca5f4e716bbd31c5eae297a062 (19.0 KiB, 877 hits)

MD5: ed8b9f217e549aa125e98f2bad4a06ba

Try it and have fun!






BTW: I tryed to create, both, linux and windows executables – linux executables work with a size around 100MB which is too big in my opinion and windows? god damn, who needs it anyway…


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