Nash is taking fees from every transaction, which is completed through the matching engine. Since it is all decentralized the traded coins will go from wallet A to wallet B.
When the coins are NEP5, Neo or Neo Gas for example there is no miner fee on the transaction because of the design of the NEO protocol.
Trading coins peer to peer on the ethereum blockchain is different. There I have to set a gaslimit and gwei for my transaction. This fee must also be paid if my understanding is right because it is a peer to peer trade.
This means: received coins = traded coins - nash fee - miners fee
Due to this topic I’d like to know:
- Is there a presetting for the going to be used gas and gwei?
- Will the users funds pay the miners fee or will nash pay the miners fee?
- Transaction a ERC20 coin and having no ETH, will I be able to trade?
- Is there a solution when miner fees skyrocketing again like in the end of 2017?