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HolyTransaction Wallet fees: a list for each crypto

Many of you are asking us how much we charge for transaction fees on our HolyTransaction Wallet platform.

Of course, you can check these costs on your wallet, in the “send” tab, before sending a transaction.

Recently, because of the increase in the price of some of these cryptocurrencies, we decided to decrease transaction fees.

That said, we want to be clearer, so below you can find all the HolyTransaction Wallet fees for each digital currency you can store on our multi-currency platform.

  • Bitcoin withdrawal: 0.0002 BTC
  • Litecoin withdrawal: 0.005 LTC
  • Peercoin withdrawal: 0.03 PPC
  • Dogecoin withdrawal: 8 DOGE
  • Dash withdrawal: 0.003 DASH
  • Blackcoin withdrawal: 0.003 BLK
  • Gridcoin withdrawal: 3 GRC
  • Ethereum withdrawal: 0.0015 ETH
  • Gamecredits withdrawal: 0.003 GAME
  • Faircoin withdrawal: 1 FAIR
  • ZCash withdrawal: 0.003 ZEC
  • Decred withdrawal: 0.03 DCR
  • Syscoin withdrawal: 0.01 SYS
  • Pivx withdrawal: 0.003 PIVX
  • Creativecoin withdrawal: 1 CREA
  • Vertcoin withdrawal: 0.003 VTC
  • 0x Project withdrawal: 0.5 ZRX
  • Augur withdrawal: 0.1 REP
  • Attention Token withdrawal: 4.5 BAT
  • Flyp.me Token withdrawal: 1 FYP
  • Storj withdrawal: 3 STORJ
  • BLOCKv withdrawal: 3 VEE
  • Power Ledger withdrawal: 3 POWR
  • Aidcoin withdrawal: 3 AID
  • Enjincoin withdrawal: 3 ENJ
  • DigixDao withdrawal: 0.05 DGD
  • Dai Stablecoin withdrawal: 0.5 DAI
  • Groestlcoin withdrawal: 0.003 GRS
  • Essentia withdrawal: 3 ESS
  • TrueUSD withdrawal: 0.5 TUSD
  • Cardano withdrawal: 1 ADA
  • Monero withdrawal: 0.03 XMR

Of course, we don’t charge any fees for storing or opening your own wallet on our platform, so fees are only charged in case of withdrawal.

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Infographic: Why are transaction fees necessary when sending Bitcoin?

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Next Bitcoin Core Version to Include ‘Smarter’ Transaction Fees

(CoinDesk) Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist Gavin Andresen has outlined the
details of new floating transaction fees to be included in the code of
the next Bitcoin Core release.
In a new post on the official Bitcoin Foundation blog, Andresen
stated that the updated code will enable “smarter” fees that account
for the length of time it takes to confirm transactions on the bitcoin
network. Ultimately, the new code will determine transaction priority,
making sure that transactions confirm more efficiently.
Andresen cited needless complexities within bitcoin’s transaction fee
code as the reason for the update. These complications result in
inconsistent and time-consuming confirmation periods. He wrote:

“Instead of using hard-coded rules for what fees to pay,
the [new] code observes how long transactions are taking to confirm and
then uses that data to estimate the right fee to pay so the transaction
confirms quickly – or decides that the transaction has a high enough
priority to be sent for free but still confirm quickly.”

Furthermore, the new code enables transaction senders to configure
how much priority they want their transaction to receive. In some cases,
users may opt to have as many as six blocks pass before the first
confirmation is received.

Systemic fee problems addressed

Currently, the Bitcoin Core code can lead to headaches for those who
send large bitcoin transactions. As Andresen explained, the new code
eliminates some of the hurdles that slowed down transactions in excess
of 1,000 bytes in size.
Transactions sent for free also run into problems under the existing
framework. The code that determines priority for free transactions
automatically places them at a disadvantage in the network. This results
in a significant increase in confirmation times.
Andresen wrote:

“The current situation is even worse for free,
high-priority transactions: the hard-coded ‘high-priority’ constant is
much too low, so transactions sent for free can take a very long time to
confirm.”

By making changes to Bitcoin Core, Andresen said, users can rely on
more effective transaction fee determinations within the bitcoin
network.

Future updates possible

Andresen went on to dismiss the idea of small, fixed transaction
fees, citing the behavior of miners – and their preference for high-fee
transactions – as reasons to avoid such an approach. Notably, he said
there was no desire within the bitcoin development community to
institute fixed fees.
Fees should rise in the future as miners sign and confirm larger transaction volumes in the months and years ahead, he wrote:

“I expect to see transaction fees rise until a good
solution for optimizing the propagation of blocks across the network is
deployed, because I expect transaction volume to increase and I don’t
think miners will include more transactions in their blocks until
somebody fixes the ‘bigger blocks take longer to broadcast’ problem.”

Ultimately, he concluded, developers need to tackle this problem and
develop new code that enables a more efficient and healthy transaction
process.

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Satoshi
What Are the Investment Returns on Bitcoin Mining

What Are the Investment Returns on Bitcoin Mining

You know about Bitcoin: The original digital currency based on blockchain. Every transaction is written to a shared ledger and verified by the rest of the network. Each set of approved transactions is a “block” added to the chain. 

But you may have missed the buzz on Bitcoin mining. It’s not just for web geeks or digital currency traders. There are thousands of people around the world looking to profit in this way. 

What is Bitcoin Mining? 

Participants try to guess a random number generated by the system. Those who get the answer “own” the next block of transactions and collect a reward; currently 12.5 bitcoins. If you manage this, you can also collect fees on transactions in the block you created. 

This number comes from a complex equation. In the early days it was handled by ordinary computers, and then GPUs (graphics processing units), which were better suited to the task. Over the years the equation has evolved in difficulty to regulate the rate of discovery. 

Technology 

Bitcoin miners now rely on hardware-intensive systems known as ASICs (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit), which appeared in 2013. If you own or can get access to such a system, you stand to guess a fair amount of numbers on the blocks constantly taking shape. 

If this sounds like an easy way to profit, it is. Many people have joined the ranks of digital currency miners. However, with so much competition, the big question is whether there are still decent profits to be made. 

Can You Still Make Money? 

The more computers that are trying to capture the number, the harder the equation becomes and the fewer numbers you get. 

But Bitcoins also tend to go up in value. It was a price spike in 2013 that launched mining as a popular investment option. Speculators agree that the value of Bitcoin should continue rising as its popularity grows. 

Investments Required 

To maximize your return on Bitcoin mining, you need an ASIC system. These computing solutions utilize high-end hardware that generates a lot of heat. Such a setup requires state-of-the-art cooling and ventilation systems along with higher utility bills to operate all of this. 

Without an ASIC of your own, your odds of scoring aren’t good. It is possible to save some money by leasing an ASIC rather than buying one outright. 

Other Options 

Fortunately for the smaller investor, recent years have seen the rise of cloud mining, or cloud hashing. This response to growing demand is basically another cloud service where you get to lease a portion of someone else’s ASCI-enabled data center. 

A cheaper option, albeit with smaller potential rewards, is a mining pool. This is a third-party service that uses investor funds to do their own mining and shares out the profits. The upside of this is that you don’t need technical or financial knowledge at all; you just need to come up the minimum investment required by the service. 

Profit Potential 

You can join some of these investment pools for as little as $500. Some of these third-party services state that you could earn your investment back in as little as two months or so, and start seeing profit after three. When these claims are legit, or even close to it, you’re seeing a remarkable and fairly consistent ROI better than most forms of investment. 

However, transaction fees are currently voluntary on the part of individual users of Bitcoin, as is whether the transaction should even be included in a block. This is encouraged as the transaction is more quickly verified if it’s part of a block. Even so, your profit depends on the current value of Bitcoin, the number and size of transaction fees involved, and the number of people sharing the rewards. 

Federal Regulation 

In 2015 the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) declared that digital currency trading is legal and subject to fair trading laws. However, this doesn’t guarantee that you’re protected. Prudent investors always do the homework: Know who you’re dealing with and determine realistic expectations. 

Risks in Bitcoin Mining 

The Bitcoin reward is halved every 210,000 blocks, or about four years. As the reward approaches zero, it may not be profitable at all unless transaction fees are increased and enforced. And while the general trend is up, there’s also fluctuation in Bitcoin value. 

There’s also a question of integrity. As more cloud services spring up, you’ll have a widely varying scenario of payouts, contract stipulations, and the potential for dishonest reporting; even outright fraud. Also, on the downside: The IRS says that mining profits may be taxed as individual investment gains

Is Bitcoin mining still a good investment? At the present time, yes, and hopefully for years to come with appropriate changes. Are you ready to sit back and let the computers make you bitcoins?

Jen McKenzie is an independent business consultant from New York. She writes extensively on business, education and human resource topics. When Jennifer is not at her desk working, you can usually find her hiking or taking a road trip with her two dogs. You can reach Jennifer @jenmcknzie

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Storing crypto at the exchange or in a wallet, Holytransaction

What’s Wiser: Storing Crypto at the Exchange or in a Wallet?

Storing crypto at the exchange or in a wallet, Holytransaction

Exchanges are the entry gate for newcomers in the crypto world. Apart from direct deals which are pretty rare at the moment, these platforms represent a great option to get some cryptocurrency for fiat money. But are the exchanges fully secure?

Surely, websites are pretty convenient and user-friendly as they are targeted on different traders including total newbies. But their security isn’t ideal. Just remember the hack of Coincheck in January 2017 or the famous history of Mt.Gox’s rise and fall.

Despite threats and risks, some crypto investors keep their money at the exchanges’ in-built storages. Others prefer private wallets. Who is right? Let’s try to figure it out and reveal where your coins will be safer.

Basics of storing crypto

Crypto isn’t tangible as fiat money. It exists online and records transactions by using blockchain. For storing assets, you can use in-built storages at the exchange platforms and crypto wallets which are unique addresses and can function both online and offline.

Each wallet consists of public and private keys. Public keys can be compared to email addresses – in order to receive some coins, you have to share this number with a sender. Private keys work like a password, as only the owner knows them. They can be subjected to frauds which is why it’s essential to secure your crypto as much as possible.

Storages at the exchanges – easy to use but vulnerable

Centralized crypto trading platforms which allow users buying and selling various coins are similar in one: they control accounts by not disclosing private keys to users. Сustomers just have to trust exchanges in keeping their coins secure. Of course, large projects like Coinbase, Binance, or CEX.IO have strong security teams and offer offline storages and multi-signatures to protect users’ funds better. But they also can be a sweet spot for hackers who focus on big-volume websites. Any reputable guide will warn you about the dangers of storing coins this way.

Cryptocurrency exchanges are vulnerable to market manipulations and can be hacked even when they have all the security measures needed. While choosing a platform to trade at, check hacking statistics, explore different opinions and overviews to be sure that the website you’ll be using cares about keeping your funds safe.

Apart from the problems with ownership and security, there’s an issue with the lack of regulation. Your coins aren’t totally protected as long as your country doesn’t move to the crypto legislation. While influential countries like China ban crypto activities, the market remains highly unstable which affects the level of security.

Keeping crypto at the exchanges has its advantages, too. These platforms are really convenient in terms of using the funds for trading. Customers like doing everything in one place: buying crypto with fiat (this option is not available everywhere, though), selling or trading coins. Using crypto-to-fiat exchanges like Kraken or CEX.IO, you can perform different actions at once.

Briefly summarizing, in-built storages at the exchanges are very convenient, especially when you don’t want to lose time and effort on setting up a wallet. But it’s better to keep coins there only for active trading, as there are no solid guarantees that your funds will remain safe.

Storing in wallets – various options

The level of security varies depending on the wallet’s type. Similarly to exchanges, you can store coins online or offline: the first option is represented by web-based and software wallets, while the seconds one is about paper and hardware ones.

Hot wallets

Web-based wallets are connected to the Internet. Desktop and mobile ones can be installed offline, but for their security not to be compromised, you need to keep them on a spare device with no access to the Internet. The main advantage of hot wallets is that they allow transferring money anytime and very quickly which is especially beneficial for active traders.

As for drawbacks, such systems are extremely vulnerable to fraudsters and phishers, no less than exchanges. It’s not recommended to use them for large amounts of crypto. If you’re still going for hot wallets, make sure you realize what risks it entails. Use it for day-trading or petty cash and avoid common mistakes: not calculating fees or spending unconfirmed outputs.

Cold wallets

Unlike the first type, these systems work offline which makes them practically immune to hackers and frauds. The most secure wallets are paper and hardware ones. Using the paper type is easy and free, but it holds risks of damage (paper can easily be destroyed) and the human factor (users can simply forget where they’ve put their wallets).

Hardware wallets that function as a flash drive are the most flexible: you can connect them to your device any time you want to perform a transaction and you can do it as many times you need. There’s one notable flaw, though – hardware devices are not free. For wallets like Trezor or Ledger, you’ll have to pay about $100. Also, they may be not that easy to use, but this is not important in contrast to the security they offer.

Final tips

If you’re planning on having active and diverse crypto activities, it’s advisable to combine both approaches to crypto storing: keep your main funds offline and have some money at the exchange. While dealing with hot storage, choose trusted platforms and wallets, enable two-factor-authentication, don’t open suspicious links that might look like actual services. As an additional measure, write your private keys down – keep this backup in a place only you can access, and do the same with paper wallets.

Risks related to storing crypto bring the issue of trust to the foreground: while centralized systems designed to work with decentralized currencies often fail to guarantee a perfect security level, it indicates the need for a new approach which would be more relevant to the very idea of crypto.

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Jack

Welcome to the Universal Wallet and Exchange, Enjin coin.

If you thought about holding or exchanging ENJ Enjincoin, now you can do so directly with your HolyTransaction Universal Wallet.

We have successfully integrated Enjincoin and it’s now possible to add ENJ wallet to your dashboard and use it to access and exchange all cypto supported, instantly. This is just one of the many recent adoptions that increased the possibilities of our platform, by bringing the number of cryptocurrencies accepted to 29.

Now you are free to store ENJ on HolyTransaction, transfer them to any other wallet, and make crypto-to-crypto transfers from and to ENJ.

All HolyTransaction customers can create a new address for their own Enjincoin Wallet with the maximum ease.

Enjincoin Wallet features
Just like Bitcoin and all the other 28 digital currencies supported, you can now:

• Send ENJ to any address, even to addresses of other crypto, with instant conversion on the fly;
• Receive transactions;
• Exchange ENJ with any supported coins;
• Make instant transactions between HT users;
• Get real time exchange rates on the website;
• Set OTP for additional protection.

If you are not able to see your newest Enjincoin Wallet, you just need to click on the “plus” button on the top right of the balance page, once you successfully login into your own wallet.

About EnjinCoin:

The EnjinCoin Team built a “modular platform enables you to explore endless use-cases for blockchain technology”. The Platform allows to Integrate blockchain really quickly “without writing a single line of code – or go all in and create custom tokens & contracts from scratch”.

An all-in-One Blockchain Game Development Platform

Enjin offers a completely flexible, free platform for creating, integrating and scaling tokenized gaming assets. Here you can find a list of features as reported in the official website.

Non-Fungible Tokens

Create unique gaming assets – rare cards, scarce weapons & heroes. Use the ERC-721 token standard or mint them with ENJ.

Fungible Tokens

Forge in-game currencies, virtual goods, gold coins, cards, generic loot items, mineable resources and other abundant gaming assets.

Modular

Use everything from bound tokens & whitelists to trading fees & token bundles to supercharge your token & game mechanics – and increase your revenue.

Mint & Melt

Back your tokens with ENJ and provide the ultimate value proposition for your audience, true ownership of meltable gaming assets that have real-world value.

Integrate

Use our easy to use SDKs to integrate blockchain with your game. Use pre-built Token Supply models or code your own smart contracts.

Scale

Take advantage of Efinity, our sidechain instant token scaling network to build everything from CCGss, Dapps to massive, MMO gaming multiverses.

Applications:

Video Games

Level up your published titles with blockchain technology – or build everything from groundbreaking MMOs and MOBAs to full-blown gaming multiverses.

DApp Games

Whether you’re an experienced blockchain solidity developer or a total newbie, ENJ platform is everything you need to power the next crypto-collectible DApp.

eSports

Mint custom tokens and galvanize your audience – boost online interactions, supercharge your marketing efforts and give prizes to your biggest fans.

Rewards

Incentivise activity and encourage engagement by automatically rewarding your community members or gamers with tokens that have real-life value.

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Jack

Welcome to the Universal Wallet and Exchange, Digixdao.

If you thought about holding or exchanging DGD Token, now you can do so directly with your HolyTransaction Universal Wallet.

It’s now possible to add DGD wallet to your dashboard and use it to access and exchange 26 different crypto, instantly. Everything in one account.

Now you are free to store DGD on HolyTransaction, transfer them to any other wallet, and make crypto-to-crypto transfers from and to DGD. All HolyTransaction customers can create a new address for their own DGD Token Wallet.

DGD Wallet features
Just like Bitcoin and all the other 25 digital currencies supported, you can now:

• Send DGD Token to any address, even to addresses of other crypto, with instant conversion on the fly;
• Receive transactions;
• Exchange DGD  Token with any supported coins;
• Make instant transactions between HT users;
• Get real time exchange rates on the website;
• Set OTP for additional protection.

If you are not able to see your newest DGD Wallet, you just need to click on the “plus” button on the top right of the balance page, once you successfully login into your own wallet.

About DigixGlobal and DigixDAO:

DigixGlobal is the first organization built on Ethereum that tokenizes physical assets onto the Ethereum blockchain, specifically 99.99% London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) approved Gold bars through our Proof of Asset (PoA Protocol). They anticipate that synergies amongst all Decentralised Applications (DApps) on Ethereum will eventually lead to an increased volume of Digix Gold tokens.

DigixDAO is a suite of smart contract Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) software created and deployed by DigixGlobal on the blockchain, and aims to work with the community to govern and build a 21st century gold standard financial platform on Ethereum. It wants to establish a standard in being an open and transparent organization using the power of Ethereum smart contracts, such that DigixDAO token holders can directly impact decisions dedicated to the growth and advocacy of the DigixCore Gold Platform. In return, token holders are able to claim rewards of transaction fees on DGX from DigixDAO every quarter on the Ethereum platform.

All raised Ethers will be kept in a publicly disclosed Ethereum address. The DAO will have a project pledging mechanism in place, where token holders are eligible to pledge their approval /rejection of project proposals suggested by DigixGlobal, before any of the raised ETH can be unlocked from the DAO’s multisignature contract wallet.

DigixDAO wants the community to directly influence the allocation of raised ETH in a transparent manner. All project proposals will be uploaded onto the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) and is publicly available. Token holders will get to pledge their support for projects on the blockchain before any of the cryptocurrency raised can be released to DigixGlobal.

They predict that their product will revolutionize the digital gold industry by providing an open and transparent asset backed token on Ethereum.

A selection of key terms for understanding:

DigixDAO Token (DGD): DGD Token entitles you to pledge for project proposals at Digix and allows you to claim a reward on transaction fees collected on the system every quarter. They are divisible to 9 decimal placings and are transferrable.

Gold Asset Ownership Card: A digital Gold asset card issued to the purchaser of a Gold bar as listed on the Digix Web Application marketplace.

Pledging: Every DGD token automatically entitles the holder to pledge on proposals that are submitted by Proposers or Digix Developers. Your pledge significance is directly proportional to the amount of DGD tokens held in your ethereum address.

Proposer’s Badge: The Proposer’s Badge entitles the Proposer to formally propose a project or a feature he/she will like to see on the Digix platform. For example, it could be as simple as an add-on button feature, a live Gold visual chart or an additional product offering. Proposer badges also allow you to vet on other Proposer’s projects. Proposer badge significance is directly proportional to the number of badges you hold in your ethereum address. Proposer badges are different from pledging.

Number of DigixDAO (DGD) tokens in existence:

2,000,000 DGD tokens.. DGD Token ownership is transferable to anyone who has an Ethereum Wallet.

Source: https://bravenewcoin.com/assets/Whitepapers/digixdao-info.pdf

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Jack

Welcome to the Universal Wallet and Exchange, Groestlcoin.

If you thought about holding or exchanging GRS Groestlcoin, now you can do so directly with your HolyTransaction Universal Wallet.

It’s now possible to add GRS wallet to your dashboard and use it to access and exchange 25 different crypto, instantly. This is just one of the many recent adoptions that increased the possibilities of pur platform, by bringing the number of cryptocurrencies accepted to 25.

Now you are free to store GRS on HolyTransaction, transfer them to any other wallet, and make crypto-to-crypto transfers from and to GRS. All HolyTransaction customers can create a new address for their own Groestlcoin Wallet.

Groestlcoin Wallet features
Just like Bitcoin and all the other 24 digital currencies supported, you can now:

• Send GRS to any address, even to addresses of other crypto, with instant conversion on the fly;
• Receive transactions;
• Exchange GRS with any supported coins;
• Make instant transactions between HT users;
• Get real time exchange rates on the website;
• Set OTP for additional protection.

If you are not able to see your newest Groestlcoin Wallet, you just need to click on the “plus” button on the top right of the balance page, once you successfully login into your own wallet.

About GroestlCoin:

Groestlcoin is a fast and secure coin with almost zero fees that is privacy oriented. Launched on 22nd March 2014 with a focus on technological advancement, Groestlcoin has major development releases every 3 months.

Groestlcoin is a blockchain pioneer due to it being the first coin that activated SEGWIT and first to performed Lightning Network transactions on mainnet.

“ You can send GRS across the blockchain with almost zero fees. The fee for transferring 10,000 GRS with Groestlcoin Core wallet is  0.000045 GRS, that means $0.0006 at current price.”

The Groestlcoin Team has developed wallets for every platform: Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS and Web. And besides that, the Groestlcoin Samourai wallet enables you to send GRS anonymously.

“The Groestlcoin Samourai wallet, boasts its anonymity and security, as it allows for private stealth addresses with both TOR and VPN support, as well as onboard AES-256 encryption.”

The main idea of creating Groestlcoin was to establish an electronic payment model that was purely based on mathematical proof. It uses the proof of work system (POW) to facilitate secure online money transactions. A system that is independent of influence from centralized authorities, a currency transferable electronically, and instantly at a very small fee.

Using 2 rounds of Grøstl-512 mining algorithm, makes Groestlcoin an ASIC resistant cryptocurrency.

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Jack
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Send to Bitcoin SegWit bech32 addresses!

HolyTransaction-bech32-segwit-walletSegWit on HolyTransaction
We are very excited to announce that HolyTransaction has implemented support for Bitcoin bech32 address formats on its platform. You can now enter a bech32 address when sending bitcoin from HolyTransaction. When depositing, you can also transfer the bitcoins to HolyTransaction from a bech32 address. HolyTransaction is the first web wallet to implement the native SegWit address format.

Native SegWit address bech32
Bitcoin bech32 addresses start with “bc1”. Segwit bech32 format has some technical benefits over the already used SegWit address format, which includes decreased transaction fees and increased throughput. Moreover, the new address format is case-insensitive and consists only of lower cases so the chance of typing an error is lower.

SegWit
SegWit makes it possible to rearrange the information in a block. Consequently, the block can contain more information and it makes transaction processing more cost-effective. Therefore, the blockchain can process much more transactions per second. This is a big step for the entire cryptocurrency community.

We believe this improvement will be welcome by the community. Tell your friends!
Check your wallet and try it out.

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Satoshi
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Batching Bitcoin and Litecoin transactions

HolyTransaction implemented SegWit on Bitcoin and Litecoin back in November 2017; and now we are glad to announce another upgrade to help the BTC network, as well the LTC network, reduce its transaction fee costs.

We implemented batching of transactions to help reduce fees for the entire network in order to strengthen the ecosystem.

Batches now allow grouping similar transactions and processing them together, as one transaction in one single moment. Thanks to this process, HolyTransaction is able to help conserve precious blockspace on the Bitcoin network.

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Satoshi