The number of places to the right of the decimal point of the smallest subunit of the currency, For example, BTC, LTC, and others where the smallest subunits (satoshis) are 0.00000001 full units (bitcoins) have 8 decimal places. ETH has 18. This can be thought of as the base 10 exponent of the smallest subunit expressed as a positive integer.
The ticker symbol for this currency such as BTC, LTC, ETH, etc...
The payment channel network client to use for executing swaps.
The contract address for layered tokens such as ERC20.
An incoming peer order which only includes fields that are relevant to us.
A limit order with a specified price that will enter the order book if it is not immediately matched.
Properties that apply only to orders placed by the local xud.
A local identifier for the order.
An order without a price that is intended to match against any available orders on the opposite side of the book for its trading pair.
Whether the order is a buy (if
true) or a sell (if
A trading pair symbol with the base currency first followed by a '/' separator and the quote currency
The quantity denominated in satoshis (or equivalent) for the order.
Properties that can be used to uniquely identify and fetch an order within an order book.
A reference to a portion of an existing order.
An outgoing local order which only includes fields that are relevant to peers.
A local order that may enter the order book.
A peer order that may enter the order book.
Properties that apply only to orders placed by remote peers.
The nodePubKey of the node which created this order.
Properties that uniquely identify an order and make it ready to enter the order book.
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