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Access komodo daemons's JSON-RPC interface using Python

We use the package slick-bitcoinrpc

Installing the module slick-bitcoinrpc and its dependencies.

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:deadsnakes/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install python3.6 python3.6-dev python3-pip libgnutls28-dev libssl-dev
python3.6 -m pip install setuptools wheel slick-bitcoinrpc

  • Once the Proxy method is called, the object it returns can be used to access komodod's methods any number of times.
  • In general, there is no need to convert arguments to strings before they are passed in. But for the cclib methods, all the arguments need to be passed in as strings.
  • Find the rpcuser, rpcpassword, rpcport from the coin's .conf file
#!/usr/bin/env python3.6

from slickrpc import Proxy

rpcuser = "user784657926501740916"
rpcpassword = "pass893458925237490234890t1941289369215692521238971040172t012039760782t5712d"
rpcport = "8881"

komodo = Proxy("http://{}:{}@{}".format(rpcuser, rpcpassword, rpcport))
# Print the best block
# Using a CC Lib method
pubkeys = ['0225f1cbbda1a0c406bb8f6dc7a589d88b2f9e28cd4fdb3f59139f8aff1f5d270a', '02d3431950c2f0f9654217b6ce3d44468d3a9ca7255741767fdeee7c5ec6b47567']
print(komodo.cclib("combine", "18", str(pubkeys)))