Swap settles transactions on-chain, which means each Swap order must include a network fee. Network fees help to make sure cryptocurrency transactions confirm consistently and reliably. These fees go directly to miners as a reward for validating transactions. A higher (or priority) fee will incentivize miners to confirm your transaction more quickly.
When you place a Swap order, the process involves two transactions: the initial crypto asset you want to deposit, and the converted amount you receive in your Wallet. A network fee needs to be included in both of these instances. The sending process is optimized even further by including a priority fee. With use of priority network fees, we can provide the best possible exchange experience for users.
The fee displayed in the Swap order summary is an estimate. As such, it may change based on network conditions at the exact time of exchange. If you want more information on network fees and why they are necessary, this article takes a closer look.
Aside from the network fee included with each Swap transaction, there are no other fees to use Swap. 100% of the fees go to network miners.