Strangely price Ethereum transaction costing $ 300,000!

Strangely price Ethereum transaction costing $ 300,000!
Abstract

On Tuesday, February 19th, the Sparkpool extraction pool received more than 2,000 ehturs ($ 330,000) to extract a block in the Ethereum Blockchain . This value is approximately 600 times greater than the standard reward of the Ethereum network block.

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On Tuesday, February 19th, the Sparkpool extraction pool received more than 2,000 ehturs ($ 330,000) to extract a block in the Ethereum Blockchain . This value is approximately 600 times greater than the standard reward of the Ethereum network block.

According to the Ethereum protocol, Block Verification miners reward for each new transaction block that adds to the China block, 3 etherms (about $ 500). In addition, a small amount is allocated to transactions to motivate the extractors to confirm and add new transactions in the extracted blocks.

However, according to Block Ethereum BlockShock's browser data, the SparkPool pool received 2,103.1485 ether units, extracted a block number of 7,238,290, which contained only 210 valid transactions.

As reported by Jimmy Zhong, IOST's decentralized application platform manager on Twitter, this bizarre activity can be due to the mistake made by an Ethereum user (or multiple users) in adding extra high fees to their transactions.



Or perhaps it is a sign of the benevolence of an unidentified advocate for the Ethereum Mining  that has caused a lot of misunderstandings over the past few days about a militant proposal to change the Ethereum extraction chips.

Some others believe that this action may have been a sacrificial money laundering at the Ethereum Blockchain to conceal the money obtained through illegal means.

But with the look of the digital worlds past, the likelihood of human error is not as likely as everyone else thinks. In July 2014, a user posted a transaction worth 30 Bitcoin with 38 Bitcoin errors due to a typo error. This type of error may be possible in large scale despite the improvement of user experience (UX).

Source: coindesk

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