[Deribit] Celebrating our Tardis.dev partnership – Get free historical data

We’d like to celebrate our long-standing and successful partnership with Tardis.dev, so we’ve prepared a special offer for anyone that would like to access high frequency historical Deribit datasets including highest granularity order book updates, tick-by-tick trades, open interest, funding rates, options data and more.

Visit Tardis and get a free API key that provides access to all Deribit historical data for Q4 2021 and Q1 2022.

Trial Details

  • 60-day free trial with access to all Deribit historical datasets from Q4 2021 and Q1 2022.
  • Offer is valid for a period between February 1st and March 31st 2022.
  • The trial period automatically stops, no commitments after this period.

Historical raw data API

Our Python and Node.js client libs provide market data replay capabilities meaning one can kind of ‘go back it time’ and replay historical Deribit market data tick by tick as it was published by its WebSocket real-time feeds.

Let’s say you’d like to replay historical BTC-PERPETUAL book channel for 2021–12–01. It boils down to installing client lib and running replay function with seleted channels, symbols and date range.

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deribit_replay.js hosted with ❤ by GitHub

The first day of each month’s data is available via the API without the need for an API key. You can always start a free trial with access to all Deribit historical data for Q4 2021 and Q1 2022.

Normalized datasets in CSV format

If you prefer working with datasets in normalized CSV format you can download Deribit historical tick-level order book snapshots, incremental L2 updates, options chains, tick-by-tick trades, quotes, funding rates and liquidations using our client libs or HTTP API.

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deribit_datasets.py hosted with ❤ by GitHub

See more downloadable CSV samples and snippet how to download all Deribit datasets for all instruments.

Real-time market data streaming

Consolidated real-time market data streaming API is available via our open source libraries that connect directly to Deribit WebSocket APIs.

Questions?

Refer to our FAQ, chat live with us or contact us via email. We’re always here to help you with any questions you have.

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