The real power of CryptoWP comes when working in custom templates. With access to raw coin data, you can create just about anything, including price calculators, and custom price tickers.
CryptoWP stores all coin data in a single option in the WordPress Options table. In your theme or plugin, you can refer to the handy
get_cryptowp() function to display a list of your coin data in templates:
Note: as of version 1.3 the data format has slightly changed and
cryptowp_data() is now deprecated in favor of
get_cryptowp() (see below).
<?php get_cryptowp( $field = null, $key = null, $atts = null ); ?>
Array ( [currency] => [currency_sign] => [coins] => Array ( [BTC] => Array ( [name] => Bitcoin [icon] => https://domain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/bitcoin.png [id] => bitcoin [symbol] => BTC [percent] => -5.49 [price] => 12,937.30 [value] => decrease [price_btc] => 1.0 [supply] => 16773187.0 [market_cap] => 216999752175 [error] => [sign] => [percent_change_1h] => -2.85 [percent_change_24h] => -5.49 ) [ETH] => Array ( [name] => Ethereum [icon] => https://domain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/ethereum.png [id] => ethereum [symbol] => ETH [percent] => 0.45 [price] => 715.74 [value] => increase [price_btc] => 0.0556923 [supply] => 96677516.0 [market_cap] => 69196255535.0 [error] => [sign] => [percent_change_1h] => -1.49 [percent_change_24h] => 0.45 ) [...] ) )
Calling this function will access all CryptoWP settings data, and the available parameters allow you to quickly traverse the options array to get the data you need.
To access all coins data only, fill in the
get_cryptowp( 'coins' );
To access all data about a specific coin, go deeper using the
$key parameter to search for coins by ticker symbol:
get_cryptowp( 'coins', 'BTC' );
Finally, access a specific coin attribute with the
get_cryptowp( 'coins', 'BTC', 'price' );