Here are the fees that can be found on the CoinStats wallet

Network (gas) fees

When sending any cryptocurrency, from your address to another, you incur a Network Transaction fee, also referred to as a Network or Gas fee. Swapping on exchanges also requires fees for every buy or sell transaction.

The actual fee you pay will vary according to the network you use. For example, an Ethereum Mainnet transaction will have a different fee in comparison to transactions placed on the Binance Smart Chain network.

Crypto-to-Crypto exchange fees

When exchanging crypto-to-crypto on CoinStats Wallet, you'll pay a small fee: 0.875% which is automatically factored into each quote. This is used to support ongoing CoinStats development.

You are also going to pay the Network Transaction (gas) fee. This one refers to the fee

required to successfully conduct a transaction on Blockchain. In essence, gas fees are paid in the network's native currency, i.e. Ethereum for Ethereum network.

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