The total cost of a transaction (the "transaction fee") is the
Gas Limit *
Gas Price. Your wallet (e.g. MyEtherWallet or MyCrypto or Mist or whatever) will help you estimate the best gas price and gas limit to use. However, you can adjust the gas price to reduce the cost.
The gas limit is the amount of gas you need to include to ensure the transaction is successful.
The gas price affects how fast you want your transaction to be mined.
For sending a small amount of tokens like this, you could lower the gas price to be
1 GWEI to reduce the transaction fee.
The gas limit in this case it looks like it will be
That means you will pay
1 GWEI =
44175 GWEI =
0.000044175 ETH =
By the way....this applies anytime you send tokens or do anything on the Ethereum network. Ether (ETH) is the fuel for that network. When you send tokens, interact with a contract, send ETH, or do anything else on the blockchain, you must pay for that computation. That payment is calculated in Gas and gas is paid in ETH.
If you really want to dive deep, check out what is gas?