asset_type. Every product account has
price_account. US equity products additionally include additional reference symbology that is useful for mapping Pyth products to other industry-standard identifiers. The product account also contains a pointer to a price account that contains the product's current pricing information.
pricefield and multiplying by
10^exponent. The account also includes a confidence interval that represents Pyth's uncertainty about the current price. This confidence interval can be interpreted as the standard deviation of a normal distribution centered around the price.
confis also stored in the same fixed-point format. In the example above, the price is 12276250, the conf is 1500 and the exponent is -5. These values translate into a price of $122.76250 +- 0.015.
statusthat indicates whether or not the price is valid. Pricing information for a product can be unavailable for various reasons, for example, US equity markets only trade during certain hours. The status field indicates whether or not Pyth currently has a price for the product. Only prices with a value of
status=tradingshould be used. If the status is not
tradingbut is Unknown, Halted or Auction the Pyth price can be an arbitrary value.