ETH Gas Fees Trackers You Should Know

in #eth3 months ago

How do you survive ETH gas fee attacks?

Ethereum fees nearly double as 24-hour trading volume tops $50B

https://cointelegraph.com/news/ether-fees-nearly-double-as-24-hour-trading-volume-tops-50b
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Maybe layer-2 is the solution, but not everything is on layer-2. So what do you do when gas fee is too high?
Just wait? Pray and cry? I don't have a good answer but there are some useful tools you can use to check gas prices.

Ethereum Gas Tracker

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ETH Gas Station

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Gas Now

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Ethereum Gas Tracker and Gas now is my favorite because you can actually see the price in $ not just Gwei.

ETH Gas Watch

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ETH gas watch is like Gas Now, but they will send you email notification when gas fee drops.

But I don't want to constanly go to a website and check the price or don't want to receive emails all the time.

So my current go to is...

ETH Gas Bot

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This is a twitter bot and send you price feed on twitter like this 👇
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When the gas fee drops, the low price window is so small you have to act on it pretty quickly.
And this is a great tool if you use twitter all the time.
While you are checking your daily feed or whatever, the bot will automatically send your the update.
So if you see a good price that is in your price range, you can get to work on your DeFi projects :)


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