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What Is Ethereum Push?

In simple terms, Ethereum Push is a way to send a transaction without having to wait for it to be included in a block. This is made possible by the fact that when you create an Ethereum transaction, you actually create two transactions: one that goes to the recipient of the transaction, and one that goes to a so-called “push contract”.

The push contract is a special type of contract that is designed to be extremely lightweight and fast. When you send a transaction to a push contract, it will immediately include the transaction in the next block that it mines.

This means that your transaction will be confirmed much faster than if you had simply sent it to the recipient directly.

There are a few drawbacks to using Ethereum Push, however. First, it’s important to note that your transaction is not actually confirmed until it is included in a block.

This means that if the push contract fails for some reason, your transaction will not be confirmed. Second, because your transaction is notconfirmed immediately, you will need to pay a higher gas price in order to make sure that it gets included in the next block.

Overall, Ethereum Push is a great way to speed up the confirmation of your transactions. However, it’s important to understand the risks involved before using it.

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