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Kwenta SDK

Kwenta Python SDK

Python SDK to interact with Kwenta's smart contracts, subgraphs, and Synthetix perps.

Installation

Install the SDK using pip:
pip install kwenta
For more information on usage, see the Usage section and the sample scripts.

Development

Create a python virtual environment, activate it and install libraries:
python3 -m venv env
source env/bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.txt
pip install -e ./module
This method will install the local version of the module in editable mode. You can make changes to the SDK and test them without reinstalling the module.

Usage

To configure an instance of the Kwenta SDK, you need to specify some parameters. At minimum you need to specify the network_id and provider_rpc to read data from the contracts. If you specify a wallet_address and private_key you can also submit transactions or create transaction data using the SDK.:
from kwenta import Kwenta
​
kwenta = Kwenta(
network_id=10,
provider_rpc=YOUR_RPC,
wallet_address=YOUR_ADDRESS,
private_key=YOUR_PRIVATE_KEY
)

VERSIONS

SDK Versions below 1.6.0 will only support Kwenta V1 isolated margin. Please use the current version to utilize Smart Margin functionality.

Queries / Subgraphs:

Queries will default to Kwenta's public Hosted Service endpoints for The Graph.

Pyth:

  • Specify the endpoint of a Pyth price service as price_service_endpoint defaults to the public Pyth price service. This should be updated for any production applications to use a private Pyth price service.

Telegram:

  1. 1.
    Search telegram for bot named "@botfather"
  2. 2.
    Message the bot with and type "/newbot"
  3. 3.
    Input bot name (This will become channel name)
  4. 4.
    Specify API token as telegram_token
  5. 5.
    Specify channel name as telegram_channel_name

Features

kwenta:
  • Fetch market info
  • Fetch position info
  • Open positions
  • Close positions
  • Modify open positions
  • Transfer margin
  • Execute and cancel orders
  • Limit and stop limit orders
kwenta.queries:
  • Fetch historical trades
  • Fetch historical positions
kwenta.pyth:
  • Fetch price update data from Pyth price feed

Initialization Parameters

Parameter
Type
Description
provider_rpc
string
Required. Endpoint for the provider's RPC.
wallet_address
string
Required. Wallet address for transactions.
sm_address
string
Optional. Address of the smart contract, defaults to None.
private_key
string
Optional. Private key for the wallet, defaults to None.
network_id
int
Optional. Network ID to connect to, defaults to None.
use_estimate_gas
bool
Optional. Whether or not to use gas estimation for transactions, defaults to True.
gql_endpoint_perps
string
Optional. GraphQL endpoint for perps, defaults to None.
gql_endpoint_rates
string
Optional. GraphQL endpoint for rates, defaults to None.
price_service_endpoint
string
Optional. Endpoint for the price service, defaults to None.
telegram_token
string
Optional. Token for the Telegram bot, defaults to None.
telegram_channel_name
string
Optional. Name of the Telegram channel for notifications, defaults to None.