Gas Fee

What does Gas Fee means?

This is the amount paid in crypto for transacting on a particular blockchain. The gas fee is typically a fraction of the native coin of the blockchain used for a transaction. For example, Solana might charge a standard gas fee of 0.000005 SOL per transaction; this could be an NFT purchase, a token swap, or other deals. The essence of paying this fee is to reward miners or stakers (block generators) for the energy expended in maintaining the blockchain.

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