Thanks for your reply.
Thanks for adding KAR to your DB. That’s awesome! So the (hopefully incoming ) future rewards will be recognized (if KAR wins the auction hehe). Perfect!
2) Problem: Parachain actions
Yeah, adding DOT.P or KSM.P manually should do the trick, because they are 1:1 to their origin digitals which are already present in your DB. I’ll do this, so I’ll get rid of the
Worked! The TX looks like as follows now:
Much better, but it still shows the (originally unknown) asset as “KSM” instead of “KSM.P” (which is not totally wrong). From my POV it would be better if it would show the original tag name.
The fetched TX information above (I’ve used the KRK API) looks a bit confusing because of the “unknown sender” and “unknown receiver” after gone throu your Parser, despite it was an internal transaction on Kraken (kinda strange). Maybe they are using an interim wallet for such parachain actions. Have’nt digged deeper into it yet.
3) Solution: Suggestion
Having additional “classification” options for such Parachain actions. Similar to “Staking” which we have already. If we would have such classification options for Parachain actions as well, then we could elegantely cover all of such cases satisfactorily.
Parachain classification examples:
[Parachain Contribution] = PayIN → Contributions to Projects or Parachain Slot Auctions (Contributed assets are bond).
[Parachain Reward] = PayOUT → Getting rewards from a Project who won a Parachain Slot-Auction you have participated in (assets contributed are still bond, but you will get rewards in form of the project digital asset depending on your inital contribution).
[Parachain Refund] = PayBACK → Refund of the initial assets contributed if a project supported has not won a Parachain Slot, or a successful Project you participated in has reached the end of the bonding period time (assets originally contributed will be released and returned).
As far as I can see, those 3 states should be good enough to cover Parachain actions. Like lovely illustrated by Kraken as follows:
Such classifications would help to have a clearer picture of what was going on with such TX. Could be important for later transaction reviews or possible taxation reasons later on.
How ever. Will look into the other two requests you have been so kind to mention. May spend some votes.
Thanks again and stay safe!