# Tradehub

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Tradehub Elixir is an API wrapper package written for the Elixir language.
Its purpose is to provide an easy way to help Elixir developers can interact with all aspects of the Tradehub blockchain

> The code found in this repository is unaudited and incomplete. I do not responsible for any losses incurred when using this code.

## General

Switcheo Tradehub is a blockchain protocol built on top of [Tendermint]( which allows for fair,
efficient, and transparent trading on platforms such as Demex. The protocol designed to allow anyone to create a market
for any underlying. Head over to its [landing page](, and its official
[API documetation]( for more details.

Go to [Tradehub Faucet]( get receive free Testnet tokens.

## Installation

The package can be installed by adding `tradehub` to your dependencies in `mix.exs`.

``` elixir
def deps do
    {:tradehub, "~> 0.1.10"}

## Basic Usage

Configure Tradehub network in your `config.exs`.

``` elixir
config :tradehub,
  network: :testnet # :mainnet
  rest: "", # default
  ws: "wss://" # default
  wallet: '[YOUR_MNEMONIC]'

Make a simple REST call to get the block time of the chain.

``` elixir
iex(1)> Tradehub.Protocol.block_time

Get information of a wallet.

``` elixir
iex(1)> wallet = Tradehub.Wallet.from_mnemonic! Application.fetch_env!(:tradehub, :wallet)
iex(2)> wallet
...(2)> |> Map.get(:address)
...(2)> |> Tradehub.Account.account!

``` elixir
  height: "468693",
  result: %{
    type: "cosmos-sdk/Account",
    value: %{
      account_number: "24",
      address: "tswth17y4r3p4dvzrvml3fqe5p05l7y077e4cy8s7ruj",
      coins: [
        %{amount: "100000000", denom: "btc"},
        %{amount: "100000000000000000000", denom: "eth"},
        %{amount: "1000000000000", denom: "iusd"},
        %{amount: "99997200000000", denom: "swth"}
      public_key: %{
        type: "tendermint/PubKeySecp256k1",
        value: "AnYEQWwhUipTNb6ivNbW1E7SVnmndkC4DHf9UzozeEPx"
      sequence: "28"

## Websocket

This example will do a subscription onto the channel `market_stats`, and print out the received messages.

``` elixir
defmodule MarketStatsObserver do
  use Tradehub.Stream,
  topics: [
    "market_stats" # Subscribe the topic `market_stats`

  # Handle recent messages from the topic
  def handle_info(message, state) do
    {:noreply, state}

``` elixir
iex(1)> MarketStatsObserver.start_link

Full documentation can be found at [](

## Features

* [ ] Implementation of all general information endpoints
  * [x] Public endpoints
  * [x] Websocket
  * [x] Handling of authentication
  * [ ] Private endpoints <- doing