One million ETH worth have been burned since the implementation of EIP-1559 i...

One million ETH worth have been burned since the implementation of EIP-1559 i...

On a net basis, however, the supply of Ether is still inflating at about 1.2% per year. In a Twitter post published Wednesday, blockchain research firm CryptoRank revealed that over 1 million Ether (ETH) (worth $4.24 billion) had been burned since the introduction of the EIP-1559 protocol in August as part of the London hard fork. The EIP-1559 protocol reformed the Ethereum fee market, modifying the limit for gas fees and introducing a burn feature that takes a portion of transaction fees on the blockchain out of circulation, to be canceled permanently.Notable decentralized applications....


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