While the transaction, which was paid 23.7 million dollars in Ethereum, has not been erased from the memories yet, another transaction was paid a fee of 424 thousand dollars.
Some projects on MISO, the token selling platform of the decentralized exchange SushiSwap, are attracting a lot of attention these days. One of them was the token sale for Strips. So much so that in just 6 seconds, all of the tokens were exhausted and 14 different addresses collected them all.
The BlockAccording to the news of , the user who paid a transaction fee of 424 thousand dollars was also trying to participate in the Strips token sale. He used Flashbots to gain an edge in such a competitive sale. Flashbots are a communication protocol that essentially allows Ethereum users to bribe miners to gain priority in newly issued blocks.
In the last case, the Flashbot transaction, which must be kept secret until it is included in a block, entered the public memory pool. An Ethereum miner received the transaction and included it in the block. The token sale also sold out too quickly, so the transaction failed and the buyer did not receive any tokens. However, they paid a transaction fee of 123 ETH, or $430k at current prices.
“This transaction has been sent to the memory pool,” said Robert Miller, Flashbots product manager. You can see it on Etherscan. Also, we’ve never seen it on the Flashbots server.” said.
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