Dear MoneyOnChain community and team,
I hope this message finds you well. First off, I would like to express my deep gratitude for the effort and dedication poured into creating and continually improving MoneyOnChain, a platform that undoubtedly is making a significant contribution to the decentralized finance ecosystem.
Today, I come forward with a suggestion that I believe could benefit many of our users, and in turn, strengthen the perception of MoneyOnChain as a platform focused on the user and their needs.
As you well know, MoneyOnChain operates on the RSK network, which has its own gas price scheme, distinct from Ethereum’s. However, some users, particularly those who also use Ethereum, might have their wallets set up with Ethereum’s gas price, which can lead to confusion and unnecessarily high transaction costs on our platform.
Therefore, my proposal is as follows: Implement a transaction cost threshold based on RSK network parameters for MoneyOnChain transactions.
This would mean that if a proposed transaction exceeds this cost threshold, the platform would automatically reject it. In this way, we could protect users from inadvertently incurring excessive costs due to an incorrect gas price setup. I believe this measure would add an extra layer of safety and transparency for our users.
I am aware that this suggestion might involve technical changes and adjustments to MoneyOnChain’s infrastructure, and therefore I appreciate any feedback you can provide. Despite the potential challenges, I believe this improvement could make a significant difference in the user experience, helping us maintain our reputation as a leading platform in the decentralized finance sector.
Thank you very much for taking the time to consider this proposal. I am eager to read your responses and continue this discussion in search of continuous improvement for our beloved platform.