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Uniswap Founder Calls for the Elimination of Ethereum (ETH) Gas Fees

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In the cryptocurrency world, there has been much discussion about Ethereum’s (ETH) gas fees for a while now. CEO and creator of the Uniswap protocol Hayden Adams has entered the fray, speculating about a time when Ethereum users won’t have to worry about gas costs.

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Hayden Adams Argues Ethereum Gas Fees Will Go Away

Over the weekend, Hayden Adams, the creator of one of the biggest Decentralized Exchanges (DEX), expressed his opinions about Ethereum’s gas fees on the X (previously Twitter) platform. The founder argues that no user should ever have to hear the term “gas fee,” stressing that these expenses shouldn’t prevent users from using decentralized finance (DeFi) and other blockchain-based services.

The remarks made by Adams align with the current conversations in the Ethereum community about lowering the hefty fees linked to on-chain transactions, which have impeded the network’s wider adoption.

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In order to finalize transactions on the Ethereum network, gas fees are transaction costs that need to be paid in ETH. They are required to compensate miners who maintain the integrity of the Ethereum blockchain. Due to network demand, these expenses could increase during periods of congestion.

Lower or no gas fees make it possible for users who previously couldn’t afford to execute transactions owing to high costs to join the Ethereum ecosystem, creating fantastic chances to improve their on-chain operations management. The demand for ETH may increase dramatically as a result of this increased participation.

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A fundamental shift in the usability and accessibility of blockchain technology is announced in the founder’s statement, with the aim of improving the efficiency and inclusivity of decentralized finance and other applications.Adams also intends to remove the financial barrier of gas prices from Ethereum, which could significantly boost user adoption and involvement in the DeFi space and make Ethereum more inclusive and accessible in the future.

This potential change might also increase Uniswap’s competitiveness, which would attract additional customers searching for reasonably priced DeFi trading choices. If Uniswap is successful in getting the gas fee off its platform, that might eventually lead to a fresh round of acceptance. That would not be simple, though.

Attempts to Resolve ETH Gas Fees

It is significant to note that the Ethereum team has been making a number of noteworthy updates throughout time, highlighting its attempts to solve the network’s gas expenses. These consist of the ongoing Pectra improvement, the EIP-7706 proposal, and the Dencun upgrade.

The Dencun update, which was unveiled by the Ethereum team in March, effectively lowered ETH gas fees to a level not seen since 2020. More specifically, the update lowered ETH’s gas costs by reducing the requirement for data storage.

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Thus far, the network’s capabilities have been enhanced by the upgrade. The network of ETH could only process 13 to 60 Transactions Per Second (TPS) until recently. The network can now process between 30,000 and 100,000 TPS after integrating Dencun.


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