Dynamic Fees For Blockchain.info Users Are A Welcome Change

Dynamic Fees For Blockchain.info Users Are A Welcome Change

Default Bitcoin transaction fees are becoming a thing of the old, even though most digital currency users prefer to spend as little money as possible to move funds across. At the rate of 0.0001 Bitcoin per transaction - worth US$0.0415 at the time of writing - fees have been on the low end of the scale for quite some time now. However, miners prioritize transactions based on their associated fee, and if everybody keeps using the same amount, congestion is a - somewhat - logical result. Blockchain.info has been under a lot of stress in recent times, as the platform has been facing several....


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