THE USER PAID $450,000 AS A SENDING FEE OF ABOUT 0.15 ETH
This night, an unknown user attempted to go down in history as the sender of the most expensive transactions in the history of the Ethereum network.
From his address he gave four transactions, which translated ETH is less than 0.15, or about $19, while paying more than $450 000 as commissions.
During the first transaction, he sent 0.01 ETH and paid 210 ETH (more than $30,000) to the miners. For the next two transactions, he doubled the amount and paid 420 ETH for each, transferring 0.02 ETH to the recipient addresses.
But the real surprise for the miners was the fourth transaction, with which the amount of 0.1 ETH was transferred, accompanied by a Commission of 2,100 ETH.
Who may own this wallet is currently unknown, but it continues to be actively used to send small transactions, which are now covered by commissions of adequate size.