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GAS FEES DIVISION WITH swapAndLiquify Function [Solidity]

I community, i'm trying to set the gas fees optimization for the delfationnary token im about to launch asap but quick question to be sure. I set the fees at 10% like so 5% for the pool 5% for rewards ...
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MakerDao defaulting to high gas limit

I'm trying to pay back about 50 DAI and unlock 0.78 ETH but it keeps defaulting to 4 million gas limit (I usually see that amount as 300,000)...for a total of 0.82 ETH....I get the gas fees are high ...
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Problem About Charity Fee

I’ve successfully deployed this contract to BSC-Testnet and I’ve arranged the PancakeSwap testnet router. As you see in line 780, It’s my friend’s testnet wallet address but when I bought my token on ...
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Coinbase network fees

how much are the fees for sending eth from Coinbase? Or what exchange has the lowest fees for sending etherum? Thank you!
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Transfer ether between two EOAs without security breaches

I have this function (is a SC implementing and auction): /// @notice Register a new participant /// @param _preferences agent' preferences function regAgent(uint[] memory _preferences) notOwner ...
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What does all those transactions with 0 mining fee corresponds to?

There have been many transactions with apparently 0 mining fees (gas price set to 0) lately. Including from F2Pool BabelPool and SparkPool. While miners had always been free to include any ...
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Trying to send some ETH to a Wallet

I have an Exodus Wallet with some USDC in it. When I try to exchange them or send them to another wallet, it says that I need to add some ETH to make it possible (0.0043 ETH). I check on Binance and ...
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Why transaction fees depend on DEX?

Since today ETH transaction fees become so high, I (and possibly many people) want to save money by reducing these fees. I notice that transaction fees are cheeper in some DEXs compared to those of ...
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How to charge a fee in ethereum smart contract transactions

I need help on how to charge a transaction fee in ethereum smart contract using web3? Also which web3 API can be used to check the validation of enough gas on the frontend of smart contract?
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Minting tokens that cover client's Tx fees and can only be used to interact with 1 smart contract [duplicate]

I'm working on a voting application. Is there a way to centrally mint tokens, hand them out to eligible voters/addresses, and only let users with this token vote? If so, can this token cover the ...
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Smart contracts calling each other, costs and atomicity doubt

According to what I know, If you invoke function F on Contract C, you pay the gas fees related to F's operations and if for some reason something goes wrong, all state changes performed by F until ...
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Is that possible to charge a comission fee on the smart contract?

is there some possibility to charge a comission fee on each transaction done on an specific smart contract? For instance, User A swaps 1 ETH by 100k EXAMPLE. At the end of the transaction, User A will ...
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How do gas fees work in UniSwap / other decentralized exchanges?

So, lately i've been doing research about gas fees and how they work. I got the most part but there's something I don't yet understand. The theory of gas fees in ETH is that whenever you do a ...
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Accidentally set gas price too low?

I’m fairly new to Crypto and have just made a recent transaction but I accidentally set my gas price and transaction fee too low therefore the amount needed to be mined is incredibly high, here is the ...
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How do decentralized exchanges make money?

I've been wondering how do DEXs make money. I know some of them like uniswap and airswap supposedly don't take any profits from trades. But are all DEXs like this? I read on Kyberswap FAQ that the ...
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How exactly are Ethereum transaction fees and block rewards sent to the miner?

I know that when a miner mines an Ethereum block, they receive both the block reward and the transaction fees from all the transactions included in that block, but how exactly are all of these ...
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ERC-2222 : Funds Distribution Token implementation for a fee contract

My MainCore contract is a contract who sell NFT, and all the sell and buy have a 1% fee for team developper (uint DevelopperCutTotalSupply). I try to implement the ERC-2222 "Funds Distribution ...
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Do NFT bids, and refunds from being outbid, have the same transaction/gas fees?

If I bid on crypto art to the tun of $50 in transaction/gas fees, can I expect the same amount of fees to incur if I am outbid on that item, and the NFT platform refunds me my bid? $50 fee there, and $...
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Ethereum transaction sent from Ledger Nano X stuck because too low tranasction fee used

My ETH are STUCK. 48 hours ago i sent 31 ETH from my Ledger Nano X to my Coinbase account, but i choose the slowest and cheapest method that was diplayed into my ledger ( I don't remember how much gas ...
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How long did a transaction spend in the mempool?

I'm trying to create some statistics on how long a transaction spends in the mempool before being included in a block, so I can reason about future gas prices. It would appear transactions in Ethereum ...
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Is there any decentralized exchange with zero trading fees for ERC-20 tokens at the moment?

Is there any decentralized exchange with zero trading fees for ERC-20 tokens at the moment? All fees except gas fees should be zero. I already tried Bancor and Kyber but, as far as I can tell, they ...
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Understanding Binance withdrawal fees measured in ERC20/transmitted via the ERC20 network

Let's say I'd like to withdraw 1inch from Binance to any sort of crypto wallet. On the Binance fee schedule webpage one finds the following (column names above, screenshot of fees below): Coin/Token | ...
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Simple way to send gasless Transactions

I was wondering if there is a way for a user to pay transaction fees for another user, meaning user A sign the transaction and user B send it to the network and pays the gas fees. I found a solution ...
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I have question about private block chain gas structure

I have a basic question about gas price charged for transaction. Say I have a private ethereum block chain with ten nodes and I don't want to charge any fee for the transaction taking place in this ...
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fees when buying on Coinbase/Gemini for eth and eth DeFi tokens

So when you buy or sell eth on Coinbase/Gemini, i Know there is Coinbase/Gemini(Maker fee). But is there also a eth gas fee in that sell/buy transaction? or is there anyone gas fees if you move the ...
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Apparently some people send transactions with zero gas and positive gas limit, how do they do this? (and I am NOT planning to this but how)

Have a look at this transaction for example: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x11d96986d36240a5e5e7eab78879aa841631705370e707f15f1488a0b9d6704a 0 gas, 0 ether but plenty of tokens transferred. Obviously the ...
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Is ethereum transaction fee supposed to be proportional to the amount sent

I am using the blockchain.info iOS wallet. I am trying to send a small amount of ETH. However, the fee “suggested” by the wallet is a whopping 0.003234 (~ 6 USD). If I changed the amount of ETH i want ...
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How do I calculate the gasfee for a call to a function, which increments an uint globally?

How do I calculate the gasfee for a call to a function, which increments an uint globally? uint index; function addUp () public returns (uint result) { index += 1; // increment value ...
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Why is it so expensive to trade on Uniswap with MetaMask? ($50 fee)

The best quote that the Uniswap fox found for swapping 1 ETH for UNI token right now has a $50+ estimated transaction fee (max $80) inclusive of a 0.875% MetaMask fee. Even if I change the swap to a ...
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Is gas fee paid for this transaction that was dropped?

This is transaction that was supposed to fund a smart contract but because of a low gas fee that I set, it resulted in an error Gas fees were around 10-15 usd, but still it wasn't enough. I can't ...
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Is this transaction fee for contract creation normal?

I am creating erc20 token. Transaction fee for it is about 0.3ETH. Contract size is not big. Is this price normal or am I doing something wrong? Gwei 262. Current Eth price 1917USD. Contract : pragma ...
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How are 0 gas price transactions getting mined?

Here's a transaction with a gas price of 0: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xbdda3e1d4d879590b5d21ce777a91573fb5bbb40fa0f6cbcc8420a6d3d208668 How is it getting mined? Is the miner mining it for free?
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Can transactions with only 1 gwei gas price still succeed (confirmed) in 2021?

https://ethgasstation.info (now https://archive.is/wip/Zemix) showing Lowest gas price (gwei) 0 6 Does that mean it is still possible to have transactions with only 1 gwei gas price confirmed?
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Do my outgoing gas fees of a single transaction increase if my sending wallet contains ETH made up of many small transactions?

I'm still learning about how ethereum calculates fees, and I wondered if I would have to pay more to send ethereum from my wallet if my wallet received smaller transactions as opposed to a single ...
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Why ethereum transaction fee has increased so high?

I'm wondering what has caused this recent spike?
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Ethereum TX Fees/Gas Gambling Calculation

I'm wondering if there's a better way of handling the transaction fee limit. As I understand it at the moment, it's basically a gamble. You wager an amount. If it is too low, you lose it all when it ...
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Are Ether gas fees higher than Cardano fees?

When trading ETH for altcoins on decentralized exchanges, fees right now can be around $60-150$ per trade. A tutorial on Cardano (ADA) smart contracts shows that they will have zero fees (for smart ...
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Is there a way to cancel a transaction without having to pay a gas fee?

Is there a way a cancel a stuck transaction without having a pay a gay fee? Or does any successful transaction, except the ones sent from the same account with the same nonce, requires paying gas fees?...
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Can increasing a tx gas fee slow down a transcation because it'll be put into the end of a queu in a pool?

I send a transction, then, every 1-2 hours, I keep increasing the gas fee. I've done it a few times. I've noticied that after several hours that my gas fees isn't still high enough. However, at some ...
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Other ways of paying gas different than Ether?

I've been trying to transfer my BATs from my ledger to the exchange address, only to discover that I haven't enough coins in the ETH parent wallet to pay the gas .. I had some ETHER until a couple of ...
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Does coinbase charge for gas fees?

I'm reading this article which says coinbase could charge you for gas fees. However, when Ethereum gets congested, Coinbase will charge you for gas fees too. When it comes to gas, Uniswap and ...
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Manually setting transaction fee when transacting using geth

I am using geth to transfer some ether to another account. After geth attach to my node, I just do is the following personal.unlockAccount(eth.accounts[0]) eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.accounts[0], ...
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Etherscan api: how to get transaction fee?

For example: open this https://etherscan.io/tx/0xcb1e3530950cf2c43a307bcb5645ae71a12c76a60831617badd04aea3efe68aa It's a random one I see these infos on webpage: Gas Limit: 136,500 Gas Used by ...
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Is there “auto-drop” or “auto-cancel” for a transaction that's not been processed for a long time?

I sent a transaction with relatively low gas and during several days it was pending. Eventually I managed to have it to get through by increasing a gas fee. Other time I send a transaction with a low ...
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Can't send a new transaction with a lower nonce while the previous one is still pending

Several days ago I sent a transcaction via MetaMask, to a different account of mine, with a gas fee of 30 gwei. It's still pending due to a fee being too low. A transaction contains all Eth in an ...
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Calculating Ethereum Gas Fees

How are gas fees calculated in account based model coins like ETH? Let's say I own 10 ETH addresses with 0 starting balance. I receive 0.1 ETH payment from 10 people - each one sending a payment of 0....
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Microsoft's Dapp and transaction costs

We're having big problem with actual costs of transactions. We write only 32 bytes 6 times at day, but sometime we pay 7 $. It's not a big price, for us, but customer is crying. We know that Microsoft ...
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Is 21,000 Gas Limit Fixed Only for Ethereum?

I was reading a comment on another post on Ethereum SE and found the following statement: 21,000 is for sending Ether, not anything else. The user suggested to "just set it to a large enough ...
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Pros & Cons of Using the “wei” Method to Track User Deposits in Ethereum

With Ethereum it's notoriously difficult to accept deposits from many users due high operational costs for making new ETH addresses. On the other hand, if all users of a service send ETH to one ...
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Consolidating “dust transactions” in account-based coins like Ethereum?

Suppose I have a marketplace where 100 buyers deposit 1 ETH each into 100 unique addresses and I know I will end up sending all 100 ETH to 1 vendor. Since the coins are originating from 100 ETH ...