Bitcoin Transaction Fee Drop
We are glad to announce that the bitcoin transaction fee's now drop back to 0.001btc per transaction.
Bitcoin Transaction Fee
The Bitcoin network is currently experiencing record usage, resulting in longer confirmation times and higher miner’s fees for transactions. Transactions are likely to be more expensive and/or take longer to complete and additional fees go directly to miners.
For the bitcoin withdrawal less than 0.004btc will automatically cancel as currently transaction fee will cost 0.003btc per transaction. Once you place a withdrawal 0.004btc or higher, please bare in mind it will deduct 0.003btc for withdrawal fee which mean you only get 0.001btc or higher depends on how much you withdraw. Until the bitcoin network cool down and the fee's go down, then we will back to process the bitcoin withdrawal 0.0011btc or above.
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