Someone Just Paid $2,600,000 In Fees To Send $134 of ETH
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Someone Just Paid $2,600,000 In Fees To Send $134 of ETH


Somebody is fired. You read that right, someone just sent 0.55 ETH with a transaction fee of 10,668.73185 ETH. I guess Ethereum 2.0 can't come fast enough for some people.

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The good thing is the address that sent this transaction still has some ETH to spare - 

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I know I've spoken in the past about Gas Fees getting crazy on the ETH network but nothing to this extent. There's also a lucky miner out there that just got a nearly 10,000 ETH block reward so somebody made it out happy. 

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Just a quick post but it was too good not to share. Hope you enjoyed!


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