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Experts Divided on Second Ether Transaction With $2.6M Fee

12 Jun 2020 1 minute read 9 comments Mappo

[First published on Cointelegraph] A second transaction of 350 Ether (ETH) ($86,000 at press time) with an incredible $2.6 million gas fee has just been confirmed on the Ethereum blockchain less than 24 hours after the first transaction for 0.55 ETH...

ETHEREUM : 2.6 Milllions Fees for one transaction : THE EXPLANATION !

11 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Talibamba

  Two errors with far too many zeros Yesterday, the 11 june 2020, two transactions on the Ethereum network included toootally exorbitant gas costs. On the first, we saw trading 0.55 ETH - or about $ 136 - for a total transaction fee of more than 10,...

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

10 Jun 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Absolute Unit

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. The good thing is the address that sent this transaction still has some ETH t...

Did the Ethereum transaction go wrong? Find out how to solve it in this post 👎🏽💩

29 May 2020 4 minute read 9 comments geocrypto

In this post, we will deal with a problem that each of us may one day encounter in the universe of cryptocurrency, have a pending transaction in the network without predicting to be completed. This is tragic, even more so when you have little ethereu...

Forget the famous lost Bitcoins- it's the lost ETH at the bottom of the wallet making a giant pumping sound

22 May 2020 3 minute read 3 comments Dave Sawyer

Hey youse Cryptofans we love ya.  Act like ya know three or four million of the  21 million bitcoins will be forever lost before the miners hit #21,000,000.   BUT IT"S THAT FIFTY CENTS  OF ETH STUCK IN EVERY @#($*&#(*#$ WALLET WE HAVE AND EVERY dapp...

$2,5M Gas For $133 !!!

10 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Yasin

An Ethereum user paid a $ 2.5 million transaction fee to be able to make a $ 133 transaction. The transaction is thought to have been done by mistake... What do you think? Source