Total Used Gas Fee Price Calculator

Use this calculator to find out how much you have spent on gas fees on individual networks. Our gas fee calculator support Ethereum (ETH), Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Polygon (MATIC), Fantom (FTM), Avalanche (AVAX), Moonbeam (GLMR), Moonriver (MOVR), Arbitrum (ETH), and HECO (HT) Networks.

How much gas fee you paid for transactions so far


🔢 How does gas calculator work?

It's simple - you put ERC-20 type address, and we check transactions and calculate the fee used. In a few seconds, you will receive a report on the money spent on gas fee for each of the supported Network.

⚠️ Is gas calculator safe?

Yes! You do not need to connect to the wallet, you only need to indicate a specific and correct wallet address. The address is publicly available, and we only display this data that is available in public registry.

🔍 Which networks are supported by gas calculator?

Our gas calculator support Ethereum (ETH), Polygon (MATIC), Fantom (FTM), Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Avalanche (AVAX), Moonbeam (GLMR), Moonriver (MOVR), Arbitrum (ETH), and HECO (HT).

🎯 What is the key difference to other gas fees calculators?

Other tools such as fees wtf, gas wtf, ethereum gas calculator or bsc gas calculator only indicate calculations for a specific network. Our tool easily generates a report that includes fee calculations for many popular networks, and finally sums them up.

🖼️ How to share the value of the fee spent on gas?

After generating a report for a specific address, you will be able to download an image file containing information about all transactions that have been made from the address indicated. You can easily share this file on social media, share it with your friends or simply download it on your device.

📌 What is gas fees Ethereum?

Gas fees are payments from senders to compensate for the computing energy required to process and validate transactions on the Ethereum blockchain. Any other network works in exactly the same way.

🪙 Where to check the current gas price?

The price of gas is very volatile. There are times when we will pay several dozen dollars for sending funds from one address to another (only on specific networks; Ethereum in most), and a few minutes later we will be able to make the same transaction much cheaper. Therefore, it is worth following the current gas price to know when a swap, claim, mint or transfer of funds will be most profitable. You can monitor the price in our eth gas price monitor, and bsc gas price monitor tools.