Effective 3 August 2022, users must pay a fixed fee for each withdrawal in order to cover the fees associated with transferring cryptocurrency out of their Finblox account. The fees are subject to changes and are exclusive of network fees. Please verify the most current information provided on each withdrawal page.

Crypto

Finblox Withdrawal Fee

USD Coin (USDC)

1 USDC

Tether (USDT)

1 USDT

Binance USD (BUSD)

1 BUSD

Dai (DAI)

1 DAI

IDR Coin (XIDR)

15,000 XIDR

SGD Coin (XSGD)

1.5 XSGD

Bitcoin (BTC)

0.000042 BTC

Ethereum (ETH)

0.0006 ETH

Solana (SOL)

0.02 SOL

Polygon (MATIC)

1 MATIC

Axie Infinity Shards (AXS)

0.05 AXS

Smooth Love Potion (SLP)

200 SLP

Ronin (RON)

2.5 RON

Avalanche (AVAX)

0.05 AVAX

NEAR Protocol (NEAR)

0.25 NEAR

The Sandbox (SAND)

0.75 SAND

Binance Coin (BNB)

0.005 BNB

Polkadot (DOT)

0.15 DOT

XRP Coin (XRP)

3 XRP

Cardano (ADA)

2 ADA

Cosmos (ATOM)

0.09 ATOM

ApeCoin (APE)

0.15 APE

Doge Coin (DOGE)

15 DOGE

On the other hand, network fees are paid to miners or validators for finalizing the transaction, validating it into a block, and securing the blockchain.

We recommend using the Polygon, BNB Smart Chain (BEP20) or Solana (SPL) networks for transactions to minimize gas/network fees.


Note: Choosing the Ethereum ERC-20 Network when withdrawing may cost you network fees ranging from US$15 to US$100 depending on the network load and exchange rates. Finblox does not benefit from any of these fees. This fee is given to miners or validators who complete transactions, validate them into blocks, and secure the network.

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