When we take a look at and discuss the floating rate exchange, the final sum which ends up in the user’s wallet after the exchange is completed has the potential of varying.
This is due to the fact that the crypto market continually fluctuates. It is possible, as a result of this floating rate exchange, to receive more or less crypto, than the sum which was initially displayed by the service.
Additionally, some exchange services do not add any transaction fees to the rate that they calculate when you see the rate displayed, but the rate can be added afterwards resulting in different amounts. Moreover, there are crypto exchange fees, crypto exchange rates and crypto transfer fees, all of which contribute to this difference from the predicted sum
If you want to get a precise estimation on exactly what amount of crypto you will receive after the exchange, ensure that you opt for fixed rate exchange options instead
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