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October 12, 2017, 01:49:14 AM
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There is always a fee as you need miners to be able to transact with bitcoins, it's a fair system though. What you can do is adjust the fee to what you want to pay, however a smaller fee means longer transaction and the opportunity of not being able to complete the transaction at all. Most wallets will let you know what is the best for you.
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October 12, 2017, 06:13:51 AM
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When you exchange currency with others, of course you have to pay a small fee. If you do not want to charge, use coinbase. Coinbase supports the same account in the coinbase wallet will not charge if the wallet is not a coinbase will charge  Cheesy

So true but sending to other wallet not in the same exchange is another story. There is always a fee as this is a fee to the miners. This miners fee  are needed in order to process your transaction.
Nope you are wrong!

The fee is for after all BTC is mined (~2170). not now. You CAN send BTC WITHOUT fee, just need to meet some conditions.

Coinbase and other "wallets" like it are not real wallets, as they have the private key not you!
If they charge you fee it is for the service they provide. Has nothing to do with the Blockchain.
Also usually (when you take your BTC to your wallet, or to other site) they charge you the transaction fee that is needed to guarantee that the transaction will be included in the next block.
If you have to send coins each week or once a month and you do not care the speed (when will be included in the blockchain) then you can send transaction with 0 fee, just as shown few posts up (received at: 2017-09-19 15:38:22), so it is ok to send BTC with 0 fees if you use REAL wallet, not a service where you do not control the private key!

Yes once all BTC is mined (~2170) the fee will most likely be mandatory, as then the miners will need it to keep mining...

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October 12, 2017, 06:27:45 AM
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The fee is on the high side now! How do I reduce my fee

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October 12, 2017, 06:57:46 AM
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The fee is on the high side now! How do I reduce my fee

each wallet has an option to choose fees like low prioriy average fast etc

if you buy fro gdax you can send for free (the cover the fees)
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October 12, 2017, 07:05:22 AM
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It seems that people sure are misinformed in this sybforum. Transactions can be created and pushed to the network without any fee's. I know for a fact that Electrum support this without any issues, it will just take (quite) a while to confirm.

Locking this thread since so much noise has been posted already that it's useless to even try and clean it up.

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