What Is The Reason Behind Plummeting Bitcoin Transaction fees?

What Is The Reason Behind Plummeting Bitcoin Transaction fees?

The average amount of Bitcoin transaction fees has declined around 26% over the past week. Here are some possible reasons behind the trend. Why Are Bitcoin Transaction Fees So Low Right Now? As per the latest weekly report from Arcane Research, the average transaction fees per day was around $966k last week, but it has […]


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