Obtain API credentials: In the Google Cloud Platform Console, create API credentials (OAuth 2.0 client ID) for your project. Make sure to set the redirect URI to oauthplayground
Authorize access to your Google Sheets: Use the OAuth 2.0 Playground
oauthplayground to obtain an access token and refresh token. Follow the steps below:
a. In the OAuth 2.0 Playground, enter spreadsheets in the Input your own scopes field. b. Click on the “Authorize APIs” button and go through the authorization flow. c. Exchange the authorization code for tokens by clicking on the “Exchange authorization code for tokens” button. d. Save the “Refresh token” for later use.
Retrieve data from KuCoin’s API: Use your preferred programming language (such as Python) to make requests to KuCoin’s API and retrieve the desired crypto data. You’ll need to use the appropriate endpoints and provide any required authentication, such as an API key and secret.
Format and write data to Google Sheets: Once you have the data from KuCoin’s API, format it as per your requirements and use the Google Sheets API to write the data to the desired sheet in your Google Sheets document. You’ll need to use the access token and refresh token obtained earlier for authentication.
Automate the process (optional): If you want to regularly update the data in Google Sheets, you can set up a cron job or a scheduled task to run your script at specified intervals.
Please note that this is a high-level overview, and the implementation details may vary depending on your programming language and the specific libraries or frameworks you choose to use. You may need to refer to the documentation for the Google Sheets API, KuCoin’s API, and any programming libraries you use for more detailed instructions.
Remember to handle any rate limits, data transformations, and error handling as necessary in your script.