Why network fees are floating?

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Why network fees are floating?

If you are accustomed to the crypto world somehow, you are likely to know about network fees. These are small amounts of coins anyone sends as a reward for miners when doing any kind of transaction in blockchain. The bigger network fee, the higher the priority of your transaction. In some cases, you may encounter unfortunate issues related to large network fees and a smaller output amount, as s result. Eventually, you may wonder how come the output amount turned out to be way smaller than expected. In most cases, the answer is in floating network fees that are always deducted from the amount to send.

Careful: rate fluctuations & network fee

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Dear clients! We want to instruct and to warn you with this post. Changelly makes your exchange experience as smooth as possible but there are some things only you can prevent. We are going to teach you how.

Yesterday one of our clients Evgeny contacted our support team to say that he only received half the amount of the exchanged coins he expected. The reason was he didn’t consider the rate fluctuation and the network fee.

Evgeny’s story has a happy ending. Although, next time the outcome may be different. Please read this post carefully to avoid any troubles.