VeChains-Fee Delegation

remove your users web3-headache

In the world of crypto and web3 the user who sends a transaction pays a fee.
Fee delegation is a feature that allows someone else to pay for it.
Removing the need to pay for a fee reduces the interaction of a user to creating a transaction and signing it.

Why is Fee Delegation it important?

It stops users from instantly using an application.
Users that need to pay for transactions are required to obtain a token from somewhere.
Regular users do not know where to go and researching a place to buy and accessing a (de)centralized exchange is too much to ask for a user that wants to use your application.

What does Fee Delegation it allow ?

Users can open an application and interact with it instantly.An Application can submit transactions in the background and can no longer be be distinguished from regular(web2) alternatives.
Fee delegation solves the biggest hurdle of user on – boarding to blockchain – applications without invalidating the web3 – principles.

Want to learn more about VeChain Fee Delegation?

You can learn more about the feature from docs.vechain.org on How to Integrate VIP-191.
As VeChain-Developer you can have a look at the TestNet version of vechain.energy and test it yourself without any costs involved.

How does Fee Delegation work?

Fee Delegation introduces a third party to a transaction, the gas payer.The user submitting a transaction sends it unsigned to the gas payer and requests its signature. The user integrates the gas payers signature into the transaction, signs it and submits it to a blockchain node.When the transaction is finalized, the gas costs are taken from the gas payers balance instead of the user submitting the transaction.