Dear Spiderpool customer:
For the recent transfer fees deduction rules of the ETH mainnet, Spiderpool has made the following instructions:
①Because of the different fluctuations on the chain, the Spiderpool will estimate the required transaction fees before deducting every day (the estimated transaction fee deduction is not the final deduction).
②It is estimated that there will be more or less deductions for the deducted handling fee. The more deducted part of the Spiderpool will be transferred to the mining account together with the daily profit after the minimum payment limit is reached the next day, which can be checked by payment record; If the estimated handling fees is under-deducted, the part is borne by the Spiderpool.
For example: If the daily profit is 2 ETH, the estimated deduction fee of the Spiderpool is 0.2 ETH, and the mining account will earn 1.8 ETH today. Due to the different fluctuations on the chain, the actual transfer fee is 0.15 ETH. The Spiderpool is estimated to deduct 0.2 ETH, so the additional 0.05 ETH will be transferred to the mining account together with the daily profit after the minimum payment limit is reached the next day.
Thank you for your continued attention and support to SpiderPool. We will continue to provide you with better services. If you have any questions, please contact Spiderpool Customer Service.
Spiderpool Operation Team
August 27, 2021