Trait frame_support::traits::tokens::currency::Currency[][src]

pub trait Currency<AccountId> {
    type Balance: Balance + MaybeSerializeDeserialize + Debug + MaxEncodedLen;
    type PositiveImbalance: Imbalance<Self::Balance, Opposite = Self::NegativeImbalance>;
    type NegativeImbalance: Imbalance<Self::Balance, Opposite = Self::PositiveImbalance>;
Show 18 methods fn total_balance(who: &AccountId) -> Self::Balance;
fn can_slash(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> bool;
fn total_issuance() -> Self::Balance;
fn minimum_balance() -> Self::Balance;
fn burn(amount: Self::Balance) -> Self::PositiveImbalance;
fn issue(amount: Self::Balance) -> Self::NegativeImbalance;
fn free_balance(who: &AccountId) -> Self::Balance;
fn ensure_can_withdraw(
        who: &AccountId,
        _amount: Self::Balance,
        reasons: WithdrawReasons,
        new_balance: Self::Balance
    ) -> DispatchResult;
fn transfer(
        source: &AccountId,
        dest: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance,
        existence_requirement: ExistenceRequirement
    ) -> DispatchResult;
fn slash(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance
    ) -> (Self::NegativeImbalance, Self::Balance);
fn deposit_into_existing(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance
    ) -> Result<Self::PositiveImbalance, DispatchError>;
fn deposit_creating(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance
    ) -> Self::PositiveImbalance;
fn withdraw(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance,
        reasons: WithdrawReasons,
        liveness: ExistenceRequirement
    ) -> Result<Self::NegativeImbalance, DispatchError>;
fn make_free_balance_be(
        who: &AccountId,
        balance: Self::Balance
    ) -> SignedImbalance<Self::Balance, Self::PositiveImbalance>; fn pair(
        amount: Self::Balance
    ) -> (Self::PositiveImbalance, Self::NegativeImbalance) { ... }
fn resolve_into_existing(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::NegativeImbalance
    ) -> Result<(), Self::NegativeImbalance> { ... }
fn resolve_creating(who: &AccountId, value: Self::NegativeImbalance) { ... }
fn settle(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::PositiveImbalance,
        reasons: WithdrawReasons,
        liveness: ExistenceRequirement
    ) -> Result<(), Self::PositiveImbalance> { ... }
}
Expand description

Abstraction over a fungible assets system.

Associated Types

The balance of an account.

The opaque token type for an imbalance. This is returned by unbalanced operations and must be dealt with. It may be dropped but cannot be cloned.

The opaque token type for an imbalance. This is returned by unbalanced operations and must be dealt with. It may be dropped but cannot be cloned.

Required methods

The combined balance of who.

Same result as slash(who, value) (but without the side-effects) assuming there are no balance changes in the meantime and only the reserved balance is not taken into account.

The total amount of issuance in the system.

The minimum balance any single account may have. This is equivalent to the Balances module’s ExistentialDeposit.

Reduce the total issuance by amount and return the according imbalance. The imbalance will typically be used to reduce an account by the same amount with e.g. settle.

This is infallible, but doesn’t guarantee that the entire amount is burnt, for example in the case of underflow.

Increase the total issuance by amount and return the according imbalance. The imbalance will typically be used to increase an account by the same amount with e.g. resolve_into_existing or resolve_creating.

This is infallible, but doesn’t guarantee that the entire amount is issued, for example in the case of overflow.

The ‘free’ balance of a given account.

This is the only balance that matters in terms of most operations on tokens. It alone is used to determine the balance when in the contract execution environment. When this balance falls below the value of ExistentialDeposit, then the ‘current account’ is deleted: specifically FreeBalance.

system::AccountNonce is also deleted if ReservedBalance is also zero (it also gets collapsed to zero if it ever becomes less than ExistentialDeposit.

Returns Ok iff the account is able to make a withdrawal of the given amount for the given reason. Basically, it’s just a dry-run of withdraw.

Err(...) with the reason why not otherwise.

Transfer some liquid free balance to another staker.

This is a very high-level function. It will ensure all appropriate fees are paid and no imbalance in the system remains.

Deducts up to value from the combined balance of who, preferring to deduct from the free balance. This function cannot fail.

The resulting imbalance is the first item of the tuple returned.

As much funds up to value will be deducted as possible. If this is less than value, then a non-zero second item will be returned.

Mints value to the free balance of who.

If who doesn’t exist, nothing is done and an Err returned.

Adds up to value to the free balance of who. If who doesn’t exist, it is created.

Infallible.

Removes some free balance from who account for reason if possible. If liveness is KeepAlive, then no less than ExistentialDeposit must be left remaining.

This checks any locks, vesting, and liquidity requirements. If the removal is not possible, then it returns Err.

If the operation is successful, this will return Ok with a NegativeImbalance whose value is value.

Ensure an account’s free balance equals some value; this will create the account if needed.

Returns a signed imbalance and status to indicate if the account was successfully updated or update has led to killing of the account.

Provided methods

Produce a pair of imbalances that cancel each other out exactly.

This is just the same as burning and issuing the same amount and has no effect on the total issuance.

Similar to deposit_creating, only accepts a NegativeImbalance and returns nothing on success.

Similar to deposit_creating, only accepts a NegativeImbalance and returns nothing on success.

Similar to withdraw, only accepts a PositiveImbalance and returns nothing on success.

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