To verify transactions on blockchain networks, all transactions typically contains a "mining" or "network" fee. This fee is paid to the miners, which are the systems that process a transaction and secure it. This means that the fee may be higher or lower depending on the overall transaction volume on the digital currency network at the time.

Primalbase doesn’t pay network fees for booking payments made by customers. However, Primalbase does make sure that fees will cover internal transactions - which cover payments to token holders and the fees involved with depositing and withdrawal procedures. Network fees are different from the service fee, which we charge per booking.

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