Someone Paid a $2.6 Million USD Fee to Transfer Ethereum Worth $130
An Ethereum blockchain user paid a tremendously high fee to send ETH equal just $130 USD.
As SparkPool has recently reported, an ETH blockchain has unintentionally paid $2.6 million USD in operation fees to transfer ETH worth $130 USD. This is the highest operation fee that whoever has ever paid to transfer ETH.
We are further investigating the incident of unusually high tx fee, and you are welcome to provide clues to [email protected] SparkPool has had the experience of handling similar issues properly. There will be a solution in the end. https://t.co/mZc49Q0Y4r
— SparkPool.eth (@sparkpool_eth) June 10, 2020
The crypto operation, which was mined by SparkPool, presented itself a transfer of 0.55 ETH to a crypto address of exchange Bithumb, while 10,668 ETH was paid as an operation fee to the miners.
SparkPool, 1 of the largest ETH mining pools, has announced that they are investigating the accident.
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