Maximum spendable amount

The maximum spendable amount is the total balance in an account that is available to send in a transaction. This amount is calculated differently for each crypto asset. Choose your coin below to learn more.

Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin-based* coins

The maximum spendable amount of a Bitcoin account is the balance excluding:

  • Coins in pending transactions that are waiting for network confirmations.
  • Network fees (transaction data size x fee rate). If you increase the fee rate for faster transaction confirmation, the maximum spendable amount will be slightly lower.

* Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin Gold (BTG),  Dash (DASH), Dogecoin (DOGE), Decred (DCR), Zcash (ZEC), Qtum (QTUM), Digibyte (DGB), Komodo (KMD), Horizen (ZEN), Stratis (STRAT), PivX (PIVX), Vertcoin (VTC), Viavoin (VIA), Stakenet (XSN), Peercoin (PPC), Stealth (XST).

Ethereum (ETH)

The maximum spendable amount of an Ethereum account is the balance excluding:

  • Coins in pending transactions that are waiting for network confirmations.
  • Network fees (gas limit x gas price). If you change the gas limit or gas price, the maximum spendable amount will be adjusted accordingly.

XRP (XRP)

The maximum spendable amount of an XRP account is the balance excluding:

  • Network fees, which are calculated automatically.
  • The maximum spendable amount of an XRP account is the balance minus a minimum reserve requirement of 20 XRP, as determined by the XRP protocol. You can think of this as a one-time fee that is paid at the opening of the account. Learn more

Tron (TRX)

The maximum spendable amount of a Tron account is the balance excluding:

  • Frozen coins, which take 3 days to become spendable after you've unfrozen them.
  • An account creation fee of 0.1 TRX if you are sending to a new account and you have less than 5000 Bandwidth points.
  • Network fees if you do not have enough Bandwidth points.

Tezos (XTZ)

The maximum spendable amount of a Tezos account is the balance excluding:

  • Network fees, which are calculated automatically.
  • An account creation fee of 0.257 XTZ if you are sending coins to a new account.

If an account is delegated, it is recommended to undelegate it before sending the entire balance.

Stellar (XLM)

The maximum spendable amount of a Stellar account is the balance excluding:

  • Network fees, which are calculated automatically.
  • A minimum reserve requirement of 1 XLM for most accounts as determined by the XLM protocol. You can think of this as a one-time fee that is paid at the opening of the account. Learn more
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