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Thanks for the responses. I just want to make one thing clear. Since updates were made to Bithomp if you refer to the first transaction I talked about: 

https://bithomp.com/explorer/?r=1A06B8E85C40B3756BE0B24A04DEE76E5BC5B0EFFBABB15F4634860CA78807F4

Since only three balance changes appear before you show the JSON,(Because of the new update) does that mean those were the only balances that changed? The other exchanges that occurred during this transaction, are those examples where currency was actually transferred from one person to the other? Need to make sure. Thanks.

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Gotcha!  But Xpring would probably pay for that one.

@rippleHero @BobWay @Sukrim @Silkjaer @retryW I've improved a bit the view of such transactions. https://bithomp.com/explorer/1A06B8E85C40B3756BE0B24A04DEE76E5BC5B0EFFBABB15F4634860CA78807F4

Bithomp isn't giving you the REALLY RAW data that rippled does. Bithomp has parsed and reformatted it to make it easier to follow. I could give them some hints on making it even easier though.  L

3 hours ago, rippleHero said:

Thanks for the responses. I just want to make one thing clear. Since updates were made to Bithomp if you refer to the first transaction I talked about: 

https://bithomp.com/explorer/?r=1A06B8E85C40B3756BE0B24A04DEE76E5BC5B0EFFBABB15F4634860CA78807F4

Since only three balance changes appear before you show the JSON,(Because of the new update) does that mean those were the only balances that changed? The other exchanges that occurred during this transaction, are those examples where currency was actually transferred from one person to the other? Need to make sure. Thanks.

For simplicity, for now we only show the balance changes of the account which initiated the "conversion" payment. As the most common purpose of "conversion" payments is to change one currency to another on your own account. This particular transaction is more complex though. 

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