T- a type that represents the fungible thing in question. This should describe the basic type of the asset (GBP, USD, oil, shares in company , etc.) and any additional metadata (issuer, grade, class, etc.). An upper-bound is not specified for T to ensure flexibility. Typically, a class would be provided that implements
public FungibleState<T> extends ContractState
Interface to represent things which are fungible, this means that there is an expectation that these things can be split and merged. That's the only assumption made by this interface.
interface FungibleAsset defines an amount property of type Amount
interface FungibleAsset implements
interface OwnableState, as such there is an assumption that all fungible things are ownable.
This is not always true as fungible derivative contracts exist, for example.
The expectation is that this interface should be combined with the other core state interfaces such as
interface OwnableState and others created at the application layer.
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Amount represents a positive quantity of some token which can be cash, tokens, stock, agreements, or generally anything else that's quantifiable with integer quantities. See