Ledger Object Types
Each ledger's state tree consists of a set of ledger objects, which collectively represent all settings, balances, and relationships in the shared ledger. In the peer protocol that rippled servers use to communicate with each other, ledger objects are represented in their raw binary format. In the rippled API, ledger objects are represented as JSON objects.
The settings, XRP balance, and other metadata for one account.
Singleton object with status of enabled and pending amendments.
A check that can be redeemed for money by its destination.
A record of preauthorization for sending payments to an account that requires authorization.
Contains links to other objects.
Contains XRP held for a conditional payment.
Singleton object with consensus-approved base transaction cost and reserve requirements.
Lists of prior ledger versions' hashes for history lookup.
An order to make a currency trade.
A channel for asynchronous XRP payments.
Links two accounts, tracking the balance of one currency between them. The concept of a trust line is an abstraction of this object type.
A list of addresses for multi-signing transactions.