Here is guide for the Gas price in ETH unit Calculation:

If 1 ETH is $10, 1 gas will cost 0.00000002 * 10 dollars.

If ETH is $10, 21000 gas will cost 0.00000002 * 10 * 21000 = 0.0042 dollars, which is 0.42 cents.

Based on the calculation shown, with the current ether price (250$) the result will be 0,105 dollars instead of 0.42 cents, which is very expensive in my opinion.

[Q] Is there any miners having gas price less than the default gas price(0.02 microether)? If yes, what would be the probability for miners having very low gas price to deploy a transaction?

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