Whenever your address interacts with Everscale network contracts, you need to pay a fee. This type of commission is called Blockchain fees. Any other blockchain works in a similar way. Fees are one of the ways in which validators are rewarded for their work: fees from all transactions that have been included in newly created blocks are distributed among all participating validators. Everscale network fees are negligible and are limited to a few cents when making swaps.

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