A python based scraper and dashboard to monitor the performance of your Binance Futures account.
Note: A local sqlite3 database config/futures.db will be created and automatically updated by the scraper every 5 minutes.

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Getting started

  • Create a fresh new API on Binance, with only read rights.
  • Clone this repository: git clone https://github.com/ecoppen/futuresboard.git
  • Navigate to the futuresboard directory: cd futuresboard
  • Install dependencies python -m pip install .. For developing, python -m pip install -e .[dev]
  • Copy config/config.json.example to config/config.json and add your new api key and secret: nano config.json
  • Collect your current trades by running futuresboard --scrape-only. If you want to monitor the weight usage (see below).
  • By default, when launching the futuresboard web application, a separate thread is also started to continuously collect new trades.
    Alternatively, setup the scraper on a crontab or alternative to keep the database up-to-date: crontab -e then */5 * * * * futuresboard --scrape-only (example is every 5 minutes, change to your needs)
    In this case, don’t forget to pass --disable-auto-scraper.
  • Start a screen or alternative if you want the webserver to persist: screen -S futuresboard
  • Start the futuresboard web application futuresboard
  • Navigate to the IP address shown e.g.

Currently only Binance and Futures are supported.

API weight usage

  • Reminder: Binance API allows you to consume up to 1200 weight / minute / IP.
  • Account: Fetching account information costs 5 weight per run
  • Income: Fetching income information costs 30 weight per 1000 (initial run will build database, afterwards only new income will be fetched)
  • Orders: Fetching open order information costs 40 weight per run
  • The scraper will sleep for a minute when the rate exceeds 800 within a minute




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