Represents an order returned from the Exchange API's
when the user has not authenticated themselves. This is to protect Bity
As you can see, the amount of data returned is significantly reduced compared to the full OrderPaymentDetails.
Orders go through this typical life-cycle:
...and of course
canceledAt can happen somewhere.
Since when the order has been waiting for a payment.
When the order was cancelled.
When the order was created.
When the order was fulfilled.
When the payment for the order was received.
The order's price is guaranteed until this time.
A unique identifier for an order. Do not confuse this with PaymentDetailsBankAccount.bankReference! One is for tracking orders internally, the other is only for banks.
On resolve, an object (which is intentionally abstracted to be
robust against API changes) that will be sent to Bity's
On rejection, the error object.
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