You can also use kbyte with promises by promisifying kbyte with bluebird as in:

var kbyte = require('kbyte');

It'll add a Async to all kbyte functions (e.g. return client.requestAsync().then()) client.request('get_peers', null, function(err, result) { console.log(err, result); });

// So instead of writing client.request('get_peers', null, cb); you have to write:
return client.requestAsync('get_peers', null).then(function(result) {
  console.log(result); // => ['wss://', 'wss://' ...]

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