In this video I show you how a Data Scientist might be extracting data from a cryptocurrency exchange using and API (Binance in this case), if that data scientist was working with that type of data.

Most people imagine Data Scientists to solely work on projects with Machine Learning, but in most cases that is not the case. The most crucial part of a Data Scientists job is to get data and analyze it efficiently.

From my experience, one of the most fundamental skills anyone could have these days is being able to find data and work with is, so in this video I try to share a small overview of what the process of sourcing data might look like when you get data with python.

I hope you enjoy watching the prices of extracting data from the Binance exchange and hopefully apply some of these methods to extracting your own Bitcoin or Ethereum price data.

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