Every time you transfer crypto assets into or out of your Liquidity Hub account, you incur a network fee. The amount of this fee depends on the network used and network conditions at the time of the transfer.
When you deposit crypto assets into your Liquidity Hub account, the amount that gets credited to your account is the total amount you deposited minus the network fee incurred to complete the transfer.
For example, if you deposit 5 BTC into your account, and the network fee incurred is 0.00000012 BTC, the amount of BTC credited to your Liquidity Hub is 4.99999988 BTC.
- Account deposit amount : 5 BTC
- Network fee : 0.00000012 BTC
- Amount received in Liquidity Hub : 4.99999988 BTC
When you withdraw crypto assets from your Liquidity Hub account, the amount that you receive is the total amount you withdraw minus the network fee incurred to complete the transfer.
For example, if you withdraw 3 ETH from your account, and the fee incurred is 0.00000005 ETH, the amount of ETH you receive in your wallet is 2.99999995 ETH.
- Account withdrawal amount : 3 ETH
- Network fee : 0.00000005 ETH
- Amount received in your wallet : 2.99999995 ETH