[][src]Trait frame_support::traits::ReservableCurrency

pub trait ReservableCurrency<AccountId>: Currency<AccountId> {
    pub fn can_reserve(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> bool;
pub fn slash_reserved(
        who: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance
    ) -> (Self::NegativeImbalance, Self::Balance);
pub fn reserved_balance(who: &AccountId) -> Self::Balance;
pub fn reserve(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> DispatchResult;
pub fn unreserve(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> Self::Balance;
pub fn repatriate_reserved(
        slashed: &AccountId,
        beneficiary: &AccountId,
        value: Self::Balance,
        status: BalanceStatus
    ) -> Result<Self::Balance, DispatchError>; }

A currency where funds can be reserved from the user.

Required methods

pub fn can_reserve(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> bool

Same result as reserve(who, value) (but without the side-effects) assuming there are no balance changes in the meantime.

pub fn slash_reserved(
    who: &AccountId,
    value: Self::Balance
) -> (Self::NegativeImbalance, Self::Balance)

Deducts up to value from reserved balance of who. This function cannot fail.

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

pub fn reserved_balance(who: &AccountId) -> Self::Balance

The amount of the balance of a given account that is externally reserved; this can still get slashed, but gets slashed last of all.

This balance is a 'reserve' balance that other subsystems use in order to set aside tokens that are still 'owned' by the account holder, but which are suspendable.

When this balance falls below the value of ExistentialDeposit, then this 'reserve account' is deleted: specifically, ReservedBalance.

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

pub fn reserve(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> DispatchResult

Moves value from balance to reserved balance.

If the free balance is lower than value, then no funds will be moved and an Err will be returned to notify of this. This is different behavior than unreserve.

pub fn unreserve(who: &AccountId, value: Self::Balance) -> Self::Balance

Moves up to value from reserved balance to free balance. This function cannot fail.

As much funds up to value will be moved as possible. If the reserve balance of who is less than value, then the remaining amount will be returned.

NOTES

  • This is different from reserve.
  • If the remaining reserved balance is less than ExistentialDeposit, it will invoke on_reserved_too_low and could reap the account.

pub fn repatriate_reserved(
    slashed: &AccountId,
    beneficiary: &AccountId,
    value: Self::Balance,
    status: BalanceStatus
) -> Result<Self::Balance, DispatchError>

Moves up to value from reserved balance of account slashed to balance of account beneficiary. beneficiary must exist for this to succeed. If it does not, Err will be returned. Funds will be placed in either the free balance or the reserved balance, depending on the status.

As much funds up to value will be deducted as possible. If this is less than value, then Ok(non_zero) will be returned.

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