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- Friday, April 1st, 2022 at 00:29 #206151PingulinzinhoParticipant
I was reading this article from Alex de Vries about how Polygon is not that much ecofriendly.
I’m not really sure where all the costs are coming from, because surely I’m not paying high gas fees for my transactions on Polygon. It’s being about 0.1% of the ones at Ethereum.
If the gas fees being paid by transaction is THAT high, who is paying for that?
Are the “checkpoints” doing that? I’m having trouble understanding it.
In the article you can see the gas costs from bridging, and it’s not the main reason the gas cost is so high. Can anyone explain why polygon is spending so much gas?Friday, April 1st, 2022 at 00:29 #206152Mas113m
We make electricity in order to use it. Fuck all these people judging what is acceptable and what isn’t.
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