pub trait Inspect<AccountId>: Sized {
    type Balance: Balance;

    fn total_issuance() -> Self::Balance;
    fn minimum_balance() -> Self::Balance;
    fn total_balance(who: &AccountId) -> Self::Balance;
    fn balance(who: &AccountId) -> Self::Balance;
    fn reducible_balance(
        who: &AccountId,
        preservation: Preservation,
        force: Fortitude
    ) -> Self::Balance; fn can_deposit(
        who: &AccountId,
        amount: Self::Balance,
        provenance: Provenance
    ) -> DepositConsequence; fn can_withdraw(
        who: &AccountId,
        amount: Self::Balance
    ) -> WithdrawConsequence<Self::Balance>; fn active_issuance() -> Self::Balance { ... } }
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Trait for providing balance-inspection access to a fungible asset.

Required Associated Types

Scalar type for representing balance of an account.

Required Methods

The total amount of issuance in the system.

The minimum balance any single account may have.

Get the total amount of funds whose ultimate bneficial ownership can be determined as who.

This may include funds which are wholly inaccessible to who, either temporarily or even indefinitely.

For the amount of the balance which is currently free to be removed from the account without error, use reducible_balance.

For the amount of the balance which may eventually be free to be removed from the account, use balance().

Get the balance of who which does not include funds which are exclusively allocated to subsystems of the chain (“on hold” or “reserved”).

In general this isn’t especially useful outside of tests, and for practical purposes, you’ll want to use reducible_balance().

Get the maximum amount that who can withdraw/transfer successfully based on whether the account should be kept alive (preservation) or whether we are willing to force the reduction and potentially go below user-level restrictions on the minimum amount of the account.

Always less than or equal to balance().

Returns true if the balance of who may be increased by amount.

  • who: The account of which the balance should be increased by amount.
  • amount: How much should the balance be increased?
  • provenance: Will amount be minted to deposit it into account or is it already in the system?

Returns Success if the balance of who may be decreased by amount, otherwise the consequence.

Provided Methods

The total amount of issuance in the system excluding those which are controlled by the system.