SHARE Protocol

Gas Fees with SHARE

Gas prices are competitive. The higher the price, the increased chance that the transaction to deploy this contract will be validated quickly. We've set some sane defaults, but enable you to set your own gas price here in case you'd like to speed up the deployment to the blockchain. You can stop reading here if you're OK with the defaults.
EVM compatible blockchains require gas to execute smart contract code. You can think of gas as a unit of energy in the network, where the larger the contract, the more network energy consumed while executing its deployment code.
Gas is the total number of gas units corresponding to the deployment code for a set of Share Protocol smart contracts. This is a fixed value that typically only changes upon new versions of the protocol, e.g. with enhancements and optimizations.
Gas Price is the amount of digital currency per unit gas that one is willing to pay validators for processing the deployment transaction. It is measured in GWEI units, where one GWEI is equal to one one billionth of 1 ETH.
The Total Cost is the sum of the required number of gas units to execute the contract deployment code, multiplied by the gas price, in addition to network base fees and the SHARE fee of 10%. The expandable breakdown shows these numbers in detail.