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How to turn droplet into https proxy

I have a python program that gathers some data from crypto exchanges but the problem is exchanges don’t allow too many requests from the same IP. Can i use my droplets as https proxies and how?

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Hey there,

What I thought of, when seeing “https proxies”, is a tool named ‘proxychains’. However, I browsed a little and noticed a lot of people are complaining proxychains is not working with Python scripts. I saw a solution on the web, you might be interested in:

import requests

proxies = {
  'http': 'http://10.10.1.10:3128',
  'https': 'http://10.10.1.10:1080',
}

requests.get('http://example.org', proxies=proxies)

Source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50891138/is-it-possible-to-set-a-proxy-chain-with-pythons-requests-library

Maybe you can try this solution and let me know if it worked? I recommend checking this tutorial of rotating proxies as well: https://www.scrapehero.com/how-to-rotate-proxies-and-ip-addresses-using-python-3/

Regards,