What is gas setting

Coin98 Super Wallet has integrated the most popular AMMs in the market to provide a seamless, simple, fast, and extremely safe trading experience for users. Besides the Swap feature that allows users to freely choose and swap any supported assets on reputable AMM platforms, Gas Setting is one of the advanced features that enable users to flexibly handle transactions.

What is gas setting?

Gas setting is a feature that allows users to adjust the amount of Gas fee (transaction fee) according to their needs.

But first, what is Gas fee?

Gas is a measure for the computing energy required to process and validate a particular transaction on the network. Gas fee can be considered as transaction fee - a payment made by users to complete transactions on blockchains.

  • The transaction fee in each blockchain is completely different.

  • Before conducting any transactions on any blockchain, make sure that you have the father token of that blockchain to pay for the gas fee.

Gas Setting on Coin98 Super Wallet enables users to adjust the gas fees with different transaction processing speeds, bringing the trading experience to a new level.

How to use the Gas settings

The default gas fee on Coin98 Super Wallet is set at the standard rate for the fastest speed at the most reasonable cost.

In addition to the default gas fee, Coin98 Super Wallet also has an optimized gas engine that allows adjusting the gas fee according to your needs.

You can adjust the Gas fee as below:

In the Swap interface, slide the Gas Settings bar at the desired Gas fee level.


  • Save some of the father tokens in advance to pay the transaction fee.

  • Transaction fees can be unexpectedly high when the network is congested. In this case, you should refer to the average transaction fees on blockchain explorers before taking action.

  • You can use the Gas Setting for both trading and transferring coins/tokens on Coin98 Super Wallet.

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