pub enum DepositConsequence {
    BelowMinimum,
    CannotCreate,
    UnknownAsset,
    Overflow,
    Success,
}
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One of a number of consequences of withdrawing a fungible from an account.

Variants

BelowMinimum

Deposit couldn’t happen due to the amount being too low. This is usually because the account doesn’t yet exist and the deposit wouldn’t bring it to at least the minimum needed for existance.

CannotCreate

Deposit cannot happen since the account cannot be created (usually because it’s a consumer and there exists no provider reference).

UnknownAsset

The asset is unknown. Usually because an AssetId has been presented which doesn’t exist on the system.

Overflow

An overflow would occur. This is practically unexpected, but could happen in test systems with extremely small balance types or balances that approach the max value of the balance type.

Success

Account continued in existence.

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