- All Implemented Interfaces:
@Deprecated public class NativeWalletCoinsReceivedEventListener extends java.lang.Object implements WalletCoinsReceivedEventListenerDeprecated.See https://github.com/bitcoinj/bitcoinj/issues/2465An event listener that relays events to a native C++ object. A pointer to that object is stored in this class using JNI on the native side, thus several instances of this can point to different actual native implementations.
Fields Modifier and Type Field Description
Constructors Constructor Description
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Deprecated Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
onCoinsReceived(Wallet wallet, Transaction tx, Coin prevBalance, Coin newBalance)Deprecated.This is called when a transaction is seen that sends coins to this wallet, either because it was broadcast across the network or because a block was received.
public void onCoinsReceived(Wallet wallet, Transaction tx, Coin prevBalance, Coin newBalance)Deprecated.Description copied from interface:
WalletCoinsReceivedEventListenerThis is called when a transaction is seen that sends coins to this wallet, either because it was broadcast across the network or because a block was received. If a transaction is seen when it was broadcast, onCoinsReceived won't be called again when a block containing it is received. If you want to know when such a transaction receives its first confirmation, register a
TransactionConfidenceevent listener using the object retrieved via
Transaction.getConfidence(). It's safe to modify the wallet in this callback, for example, by spending the transaction just received.
- Specified by:
wallet- The wallet object that received the coins
tx- The transaction which sent us the coins.
prevBalance- Balance before the coins were received.
newBalance- Current balance of the wallet. This is the 'estimated' balance.