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That error is saying that your account does not have enough ETH to pay the transaction fee. At this time, all transactions on Ethereum incur a fee paid for in ETH. There are, however, ways too offload the fee payment to someone else with meta-transactions. Wallets like Autheruem actually pay the transaction fees for you, so your users would not have to have ...


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The more realistic situation will be to send from 100 different addresses. From an ethereum client perspective there is some difference but not much. For a miner it should not matter. Once the proposed block is created by the client the proof of work algorithm execution will be the same.


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