I have sent funds to the wrong address on Ethereum. Can I get a refund or cancel the transaction?
Answers for questions on topics ranging from the basics of Ethereum to the features of our platform frequently asked by our users.
An elaborate description of gas fee, its function and the optimum price and limit.
Unlike ERC-20, ERC-721 tokens are non-fungible; meaning that each and every ERC-721 token has it's own unique value and is to be treated individually.
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Other than the popular ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens, there is a third token standard that is widely used in Ethereum.
An introduction to Etherscan's Public Name Tags and Labels, metadata that provide context to Ethereum addresses.
An article explaining what is really happening when another transaction replaces your dropped transaction.
A short description and the use of an EOA's private key.
A short article on the alternatives to consider in the scenario of a lost private key.
An article on the scenarios that could have caused the issue and what you can do to solve it.
A step-by-step guide on how you can sell off your Ether through an exchange or by P2P.
A general look on how to buy Ether through a number of commonly used ways of buying Ether.
A simple guide on where can you buy Ether.
A simple explanation on Ether, its uses and significance to the Ethereum blockchain.
A brief explanation on the wallet that is used in the Ethereum blockchain, types of available wallets and how they work.
The solution for the question of why users' tokens are sent to our site and what you can do about it.
A breakdown on the possible reasons why you are not receiving the verification email and their solutions.
This article will give you some idea in sending ETH or token from your wallet.
If you accidentally sent ERC-20 tokens to your wallet address that does not support ERC20 tokens, this article may help you in the retrieval.
There are two types of address in Ethereum: Externally Owned Address (EOAs) and Contract Address.
A transaction hash (Txn Hash), or also known as a transaction ID, is given whenever a transaction is initiated on the Ethereum Blockchain.
Etherscan is a block explorer for the Ethereum blockchain and can only provide and display information on transactions that occur within the network.
When a transaction fails, the funds remain minus the gas fees. There are different scenarios in why a transaction fails in the first place.
A transaction that is previously broadcasted on the network (but yet to be included in a block) can get dropped from the connected nodes.
There are times when an ERC-20 token transfer might have failed and this article lists some of the common reasons.
ERC-20 tokens are tokens that follow a set of standards defined for smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.
If your transaction shows Pending, your transaction is pending to be mined, please be patient.