Our general account's balance decreased for 0.000002 token. This corresponds to the fee
that we specified we will pay for this transaction.
Our account's nonce increased to 10.
Our escrow account's active number of shares decreased for 357 billion shares
Our escrow account's active balance decreased for 401.353137954 tokens and
is now 11049.031678686 tokens.
Our escrow account's debonding balance increased to 401.353137954 tokens
and its number of shares to the same amount.
Computation of Reclaimed Tokens
When a delegator wants to reclaim a certain number of escrowed tokens, the token price (in shares) must be calculated based on the escrow account's current active balance and the number of issued shares:
In our case, the current token price (i.e. tokens_per_share) is 11450.384816640 / 10,185,014,125,910 which is 1.124238481664054 * 10^-9 token per share.
For 357 billion shares, the amount of tokens that will be reclaimed is thus 357 * 10^9 * 1.124238481664054 * 10^-9 which is 401.35313795406726 tokens (rounded to 401.353137954 tokens).
Hence, the escrow account's active balance decreased for 401.353137954 tokens and the debonding balance increased for the same amount.
While the number of debonding shares currently equals the number of base units that are currently subject to debonding and hence, the amount of tokens we can except to reclaim after debonding period is over is a little over 401 tokens, there is no guarantee that this stays the same until the end of the debonding period. Any slashing (e.g. for double signing) could change shares' price.
The debonding period is specified by the staking.params.debonding_interval consensus parameter and is represented as a number of epochs that need to pass.