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Ethereum co-founder wants a more varied fee structure

February 18, 2022 by David Edwards Leave a Comment

Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of the Ethereum blockchain, talked about gas fees and how to reduce them. Buterin informed the public about the possibility of the latest system having the ability to balance the issues people have with the current state of the gas charges that ETH buyers constantly complain about.

Ethereum fees have been a burning topic of discussion recently. It first boomed in 2021 with people complaining about the immensely high gas fees when Ethereum gas costs were at their acme.

Since then, it has reduced, but the fee is still pretty high on several trading websites like redot.com/eth2 and this remains a quandary for Buterin to solve. On a blog, Buterin did talk about gas fee reduction as well as scalability.

Buterin called it Multidimensional EIP-1559 and the full idea was then elaborated on. There, the co-founder divulged more about the proposal, detailing specific demands for specific resources on the EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) regarding gas.

Buterin went on the compare the deviations between the more sustainable EVM capacity which he was proposing to the burst type of the current system using block and witness storage system as well as changes to the size of the extra pieces of data that defines the block.

Proposal 159 was first used in England to remove some transaction fees in an enhancement of the Ethereum network. This upgrade is aimed at pushing prices of gas on the crypto towards a more stable pricing range.

Per reports, it has burned over 1.3 million Ether in value from the Ethereum Virtual Machine and over $4.5 billion at the current price has been eviscerated. If the Ethereum blockchain wants to keep innovating, they'd find a way to have a more my transaction system that calculates gas fees for several purposes within the network.

The current status-quo regarding Ethereum transfers is not a profitable or sensible way to attain results due to the uniform resource used for every transaction regardless of the circumstance. It is why crypto adopters of ETH can pay more for a transaction on the network when they could pay less.

That is why this speech was a dream come through for many. The proposed plan has an objective to institute a cleaner system of efficacy concerning gas charges. This will be relative to the activity being done, meaning less cost will be spent on call data and minting, to name a few.

In his speech, Vitali Buterin explicated that the current system of a singular resource is not tenable in acknowledging the variance in different storages. Instead, it causes less than ideal results relative to the pricing of the gas. This is particularly troublesome in instances concerning limits that are not aligned.

Ethereum gas fees have always been a mathematical problem for cryptocurrency. The fee structure of separate crypto resources has led to incredible gas costs for the Ethereum network.

This might be why some possible crypto adopters are dissuaded from making their transactions Ethereum on the ETH block explorer despite the recent ETH bull rise and it could pose real problems to the cryptocurrency if the ether structure is not solidified and better streamlined.

The rise of coins like Solana was in some way due to Ethereum's massive gas rates, hence, the term“Ethereum killers” that people use for said coins. Ethereum has to stay ahead of the curve, and despite all the forward progress the coin has made, there is still much to improve on.

Two possible solutions could be achieved using his proposed plan

His speech might be convoluted for the average man, but here is the gist; he had two solutions that could bolster the Ethereum network thanks to the implementation of a multidimensional resource.

Firstly, Call data and storage can be ascertained by this simple method: base fee for a unit divided by the total base fee. Buterin outlined more specifics about the EIP 1559 base fee. In it, a standard network fee-per-block serves as the ground fee.

Less simple to explain, however, is the second option. This utilizes bursts limits as a way of regulating crypto pricing. The concept of percentage was also touched on, as Buterin stated that priority fees are going to be a thing in this mode of multidimensional resource. When the percentage and the base fee are multiplied, it gives us the priority fee.

It's not all sweets and roses, however, as continued to state that there is a con to this new ether structure if this multidimensional structure becomes a viable option to reduce gas fees.

He said transactions involving high-to-low order or fees-per-gas will not be done and this means that there is more work to be done to solve the math and streamline the dimensions.

As things stand, though, the problem of gas is not the biggest concern for Buterin when it pertains to the Ethereum network, as another level to the crypto is coming soon in the form of an upgrade. Ethereum is planning a merger to sock Ethereum with the Beacon Chain.

This is to stop proof-of-work consensus algorithm in the ETH landscape. With tests already having started on the Kintsugi tesnet, a complete launch is going to arrive sometime early this year.

Looking at Buterin's system of analyzing the charge, the gas block will not be restricted, but instead, replaced with burst per resource limit. The new multidimensional resource is supposed to have even better security than before as it would protect the integrity of transactions from malefactors or system malfunctions.

Due to an immense increase in demand for crypto and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the new decentralized era, gas fees have increased exponentially on the Ethereum blockchain. This has served as a way to discourage enterprise-level applications being created by developers for things such as video games.

It should be recognized that Ethereum fees have gotten better compared to before, it is still suffering a loss of potential new coin holders.

These people have either stalled on getting Ethereum or gone to other more transaction-friendly coins on the blockchain network and it doesn't seem like they are coming back at least for now. Why should they when transactions are cheaper and give more room for business?

Nevertheless, The Ethereum blockchain will get a new upgrade in 2022 which might bring new people to it due to smaller gas cost and faster loading times. It focuses on going away from the energy-intensive PoW consensus. It will be called Ethereum 2.0 and use PoS.

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