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Ethereum Gas Tracker

Explore real-time Ethereum Mainnet gas prices, historical price trends, and contract cost details. Use this free resource to monitor and track current network expenses, historical gas price trends, and transaction cost estimations to gain a more comprehensive perspective on Ethereum's transactional ecosystem.

36 Gwei

Slow Gas Price

37 Gwei

Average Gas Price

39 Gwei

Fast Gas Price

Historical Ethereum Gas Prices

Below is a detailed chart showcasing historical gas prices on Ethereum over the last 100 blocks. Tracking the changes in network costs over time provides an essential reference point for the evolving dynamics of Ethereum's blockchain ecosystem.

Ethereum Transaction Costs — Gas Estimator

Determine the gas costs for specific contract transactions on the Ethereum blockchain network. Determine how much Ethereum transactions cost per contract to save on your transactions and deploy contracts with more confidence.

OpenSea Sale

0.003 - 0.003 ETH $5.43

Uniswap V3 Swap

0.007 - 0.007 ETH $12.67

Register ENS Domain

0.01 - 0.011 ETH $18.1 - $19.91

ERC20 Transfer

0.002 - 0.003 ETH $3.62 - $5.43

ERC721 Transfer

0.003 - 0.003 ETH $5.43

ERC1155 Transfer

0.002 - 0.002 ETH $3.62

Create Multisig Safe

0.01 - 0.011 ETH $18.1 - $19.91

Stake on Lido

0.003 - 0.003 ETH $5.43

Borrow from Compound

0.012 - 0.013 ETH $21.72 - $23.53

Bridge to Arbitrum

0.003 - 0.004 ETH $5.43 - $7.24

Bridge to Optimism

0.005 - 0.006 ETH $9.05 - $10.86

Bridge to Polygon

0.005 - 0.006 ETH $9.05 - $10.86

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore answers to common questions about tracking and understanding gas prices on the Ethereum blockchain.

Have a question that you think may have been asked before? Check out our FAQ page for answers to some of the most common questions we receive about QuickNode.

  • Ethereum gas is the computational effort required to execute operations on the Ethereum network. It is essentially the fee you pay to have your transaction processed by the network's miners.
  • Our Gas Tracker continually monitors and analyzes the Ethereum blockchain. It provides real-time data on gas prices, helping you to make informed decisions on when and how to carry out your transactions.
  • Gas prices fluctuate based on network demand. When the network is busy, gas prices increase as users compete for their transactions to be included in the next block. Conversely, when demand is low, gas prices decrease.
  • By monitoring the real-time gas prices provided by our gas tracker, you can time your transactions when gas prices are lower, optimizing your costs.
  • Yes, QuickAlerts allows you to set up alerts on gas prices. You can be notified when gas prices rise above or fall below certain thresholds, enabling you to stay up to date with the latest gas prices.
  • Gwei is a denomination of Ether (ETH), the currency of the Ethereum network. It stands for Gigawei, or 1,000,000,000 Wei. Gas prices are typically quoted in Gwei.
  • The historical gas prices are calculated based on the median price of all transactions included in the recent blocks. This gives a representative snapshot of gas for any given block.
  • Various factors influence the gas price, including network congestion, transaction complexity, and the speed at which you want your transaction processed.
  • The gas price is the amount you are willing to pay per unit of gas, usually measured in Gwei. The gas limit is the maximum amount of gas you're willing to use for your transaction. The total transaction fee is therefore the gas price multiplied by the gas limit.

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