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Can any one help me to find the solution, if I received a Ether in my wallet, I should be able to send 1% back to the Payee automatically?

Thanks Amit M

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This can not be achieved from a 'normal' wallet address. Instead you will need to write and deploy a smart contract.

Here is an example of a smart contract written in Solidity.

Have a read through, and have a play. Distic has detailed a basic example which will achieve what you want.

You can get some free Ether on the Ropsten test network to practice and verify that your code works as expected.

  • Thanks Thomas , I am planning to automate my wallet cash backs. – Amit Modi Aug 8 '17 at 13:11
  • Can I use FallBack Method in that Case? – Amit Modi Aug 13 '17 at 16:30
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I don't think you can do that directly, but you can deploy a smart contract with the following instructions:

function () public payable { msg.sender.send(msg.value*0.01); myAddress.send(msg.value*0.99); }

where myAddress is your address. Then you will have to ask the payee to send his ether to your contract's address.

  • Well, a smart contract is automatic. Once deployed you give its address instead of yours, and you receive the payments in your pocket. – Distic Aug 8 '17 at 13:28
  • Can I use FallBack Method in that Case? – Amit Modi Aug 13 '17 at 16:30

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