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How to Install Pythonic Tool for Trading and Automation on Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a great source of learning for all the users out there who wish to utilize this device for various purposes. The device will become a great asset for your cryptocurrency trading as it includes Python language which is an excellent choice for automated trading because of its low compilation time as compared to C and C++.

On Raspberry Pi, there is a dedicated platform called Pythonic where you can perform trading with ease. It includes an excellent Graphic User Interface (GUI) that lets you convert your Raspberry Pi device into a cryptographic trading bot. The purpose of installing it on Raspberry Pi is to reduce the power consumption as this tool runs constantly on your browser.

In this article, you will learn how to install Pythonic on a Raspberry Pi device with proper instructions.

How to install Pythonic tool for trading and automation on Raspberry Pi

To begin the installation of Pythonic on Raspberry Pi, you should perform the below-given steps.

Step 1: In the initial step, you will need to insert your SD card using a card reader or USB storage device into your PC. The SD card’s size must be greater than 4GB.

Step 2: Now, format the SD card using the SD card formatter which you can download from the website.

Step 3: Download the Pythonic zip file on your PC from the website. The zip file contains the image of Pythonic.

Step 4: Uncompress the zip file on your PC and when you do it, you will find the image file of Pythonic.

Step 5: To load the image on your SD card or USB drive, you will need to download and install the balenaEtcher app on your PC.

Step 6: When you install the balenaEtcher on your PC it’s now time to open this app on your desktop.

Step 7: Load the image file of Pythonic by selecting the “Flash from file” option.

Step 8: Choose the SD card or USB drive as a target by going with the “Select target” option.

Step 9: In the final step, select the “Flash!” option and it will begin creating the Pythonic image on your storage device.

Step 10: When the process completes, you can then remove your SD card or USB drive from your PC port.

Step 11: Plugin your Raspberry Pi device from the power supply and insert the SD card or USB drive into the device. In a while, you will see a Pythonic screen appear on your monitor display.

Step 12: Connect your Raspberry Pi to Ethernet cable.

Step 13: Go to your PC browser and enter the address https://pythonicrpi:9090/ to open the RASPBIAN GNU/LINUX login screen:

Step 14: Write the username as “pythonic” and password as “guetersloh” and then click on “Log In” button.


Step 15: Check your ethernet IP address in the “Networking” option.

Step 16: Now, use the address that appears in the previous step. Here, in our case, it’s “” so we use the address ““ to open up the Pythonic on your browser.

There it is, the above step will enable the Pythonic GUI on your browser and you can start your journey in performing trading and automation onto the Pythonic platform.


For crypto traders, the Pythonic platform will be an excellent choice on your Raspberry Pi device that will help them monitor and learn the trading with ease. The installation of Pythonic is pretty simple and easy to follow from this guide, once it’s done you can then start your trading journey with an excellent GUI interface. You will need to execute some simple examples to start with if you don’t have any knowledge how to do it.

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Awais Khan

I'm an Engineer and an academic researcher by profession. My interest for Raspberry Pi, embedded systems and blogging has brought me here to share my knowledge with others.