Binance Boosts Crypto Withdrawal Fees after Tron Network Upgrade

The costs to withdraw popular cryptocurrencies from the Tron Network went up. So, Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, is changing its withdrawal fees.

Binance’s withdrawal fees are going up

Binance decided to raise the cost of withdrawing Tron in response to Proposal 83, which asked the Tron community for permission to change the way smart contracts charge for energy from static to dynamic.

However, Binance will change the fees for withdrawals on the Tron Network based on Proposal 83, approved by the community last month. This was announced on February 10.

Proposal 83 creates a way for contracts on the Tron Network to use dynamic energy regulation to ensure that energy is shared evenly among contracts. The amount of energy a contract uses will change dynamically based on its resources.

Binance Boosts Crypto Withdrawal Fees after Tron Network Upgrade
Binance Boosts Crypto Withdrawal Fees after Tron Network Upgrade

At the moment, 85% of the CPU time on the Tron network is spent running a few low-value or even bad contracts. So, the dynamic energy model makes it more expensive to create fake or low-value transactions, but it does not affect other apps.

Withdrawal fees for stablecoins like USDT, USDC, and TUSD are now 2.6%, which is more than double what they used to be. The BUSD stablecoin withdrawal fee has changed from 0.8 BUSD to 2.2 BUSD.

Users will have to pay 15 TRX to withdraw TRX, which is more than the 1 TRX they had to pay before. Users who start Tron tokens like BTTC, JST, NFT, SUN, and WIN will have to pay 40 TRX in fees.

The community has developed the dynamic energy model, or TIP-491, to change how much energy the contract will use in the future based on how much energy it uses now.

This plan will keep network resources from being too focused on a few contracts and make spreading energy resources along the chain easier.

Before this announcement was made, the Binance wallet for the Tron Network had been kept up for two hours and five days.

How would this affect trading and activities on the Tron Network?

An increase in withdrawal fees on Binance may impact the on-chain activity and trading of the TRON network to some extent. If the increased costs make it more expensive for users to move their TRON assets off the exchange, they may be less likely to do so, which could result in a decrease in on-chain activity. Similarly, if the fees are high enough, it could deter some users from trading TRON on Binance, leading to a decrease in trading volume.

However, the extent to which the increased fees will affect TRON’s on-chain activity and trading will depend on factors such as the overall demand for TRON, the competitiveness of other exchanges offering TRON trading, and the level of trust users have in Binance.

It’s worth noting that cryptocurrency fees can be volatile and change frequently, so it’s always a good idea to check the latest fee schedules before making any transactions.