Pages about fees and related costs of transacting in the XRP Ledger.
XRP Ledger accounts require a reserve of XRP to reduce spam in ledger data.
Payment System Basics
Learn about the types of fees allowed by the XRP Ledger, including neutral fees (payable to no one) that protect the ledger against abuse, as well as fees that users can collect from each other.
The transaction cost is a small amount of XRP destroyed to send a transaction, which protects the ledger from spam. Learn how the transaction cost applies.
Token issuers can charge a fee for transferring their tokens.
How validators vote on fees (transaction cost and reserve requirements).
Ledger Object Types
Singleton object with consensus-approved base transaction cost and reserve requirements.
Change global reserve and transaction cost settings.
Server Info Methods
Get information about transaction cost.