The argument object for AssetApi.issueAsset
An optional attachment
The deadline when after how many minutes the transaction will be discarded, if it was not processed, e.g. due to very low fee
The decimals supported for this asset. Example:
The description for this asset
The fee expressed in Planck
Decides whether this asset is mintable, i.e. has a variable supply.
The name of the asset
The amount of assets to be issued (take the decimals into consideration) If you set decimals to 4 and want to have 100 full assets, you need to set this value to 1000000
Using this field allows to make a transaction dependent on other transactions.
The senders private key, i.e. the crypto.Keys.signPrivateKey If the private key is not given, then the transaction method will return the unsigned byte string. The transaction won't be processed until the unsigned bytes are being signed and broadcasted using TransactionApi.signAndBroadcastTransaction
The senders public key, i.e. the crypto.Keys.publicKey
Setting this option to
true, skips the additional security check, i.e. the verification of the
unsigned transaction bytes, which detects tampered node responses. By default, the option is
Usually, you won't use this option, but can be useful when a method cannot be verified,
because the verification is not implemented yet.