Query the results for a 'Search VASP by Wallet' request.

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This search targets only the user wallets(capable of receiving deposits) associated with VASPs. It does not include the cold wallets of VASPs.

Path Parameter

NameRequiredTypeDescription
requestIdRequiredstring'requestId' sent when requesting a 'Search VASP by Wallet'.

Response

NameRequiredType
resultRequiredstring
reasonTypeOptionalstring
reasonMsgOptionalstring
beneficiaryVaspEntityIdOptionalstring
requestIdRequiredstring
analysisResultRequiredarray

result: This is the request result.

-valid: When the wallet search results are returned successfully.

-invalid: When the wallet search result is invalid. The detailed information can be distinguished by the reasonType value.


reasonType: If the response is invalid, it explains the reason.

-NOT_FOUND_ADDRESS: When the virtual asset address cannot be found.

-LACK_OF_INFORMATION: When the requestId cannot be found.

-PROCESSING: The search has not been completed. Please wait and then request again. More than 10 seconds intervals are recommended.


reasonMsg: Defines a detailed message in case of invalidity.


beneficiaryVaspEntityId: VASP's 'entityId' identified in the search results.


requestId: 'requestId' used during the request.


analysisResult: The details of the search results are as follows. The response comes as an array of objects in the form below.

- entityId: This is the entityId of the searched VASP.

- result: This is the search result. There can be three possible outcomes. NOT_FOUND_ADDRESS, FOUND, SYSTEM_NOT_AVAILABLE means that the system of the concerned VASP is not functioning properly, and as a result, the information cannot be received. If this situation occurs and the result is invalid - NOT_FOUND_ADDRESS, the result may not be conclusive.

{
    "entityId": "bithumb",
    "result": "NOT_FOUND_ADDRESS"
}

Example

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