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Author Topic: What is the expected transaction fee (satoshi/byte) in the long-term?  (Read 645 times)
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September 19, 2017, 09:09:38 PM
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I can see in this graph (https://bitcoinfees.info/) that the transaction fee in satoshi/byte doubled in the past year. With the increase in price of bitcoin, the transaction fees increase... unless the transaction fees in satoshi/byte somehow decrease at a faster pace.

Is there any forecasts for this fee in the long term, is there any analysis or a consensus on the transaction fees in satoshi/byte?

By the way, is there any proof-of-work cryptocurrency that is designed to have a low transaction fee in the long term?

EDIT: Ups... Wrong section, please delete.
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