Burned Fees
With the term “burned fee” (or "gas fee"), in the blockchain field, we refer to the cost necessary to cover the transaction operation. In other words: the more transactions happen, the more the burned fees amount increase and this shows how active a network is and how much is growing. For more information about the cost and others, you can check the Avalanche Docs official page.

Page Structure

This section is a part of the Stats page and it shows all the $AVAX burned on C-Chain and X-Chain. In the upper half of the page you have the available data filter and a chart.
The data filter is also applied to the bottom half of the page (explained further) and is divided by:
  • Chain: by selecting all, C-Chain and X-Chain
Chain data filter
  • Time: by selecting 24 hours , 7 days, 30 days and all
Time data filter
The chart shows:
  • The amount of $AVAX in the Y axis (the vertical one)
  • The time in the X axis (the horizontal one).
The amount and the time display changes base on the time lapse you select, recalculating the burned fees in that timeframe.
Below the chart you can find a bar showing the top stats of fees burned on C-Chain and X-Chain.

Burned fees on X-Chain

In this section you can see the burned fees divided by transaction type:
  • Send: the transactions between addresses
  • AVAX export: fees used to export assets from X-Chain to P-Chain or C-Chain
  • AVAX import: fees used to export assets from P-Chain or C-Chain into X-Chain
  • Create Asset: the process of creation of a new asset (that can be claimed via our Asset Claim Program)
  • Mint Asset: the generation of the shares in a previously created asset (such as an NFT, for example)

Top C-Chain Addresses

Here are displayed the top 5 addresses by burned fees, you can track their activity and see their alias (if registered with our Address Claim Program). This section will show the top ones of the time lapse you selected earlier.

Top C-Chain Contracts

Here are displayed the top 5 contracts by burned fees, you can track their activity and see their alias and icon (if registered with our Program). This section will show the top ones of the time lapse you selected earlier.
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