Any fees on transactions?
There are currently no fees to send and receive G$ if you are using the GoodDollar wallet. If you decide to use a third-party wallet, you will need to pay Fuse gas fees.
Can I see G$ in my MetaMask or other Web3 wallet?
No, not by default. You can set up your MetaMask to interact with the Fuse network by adding Fuse rpc to metamask (rpc.fuse.io) and can add the G$ token to appear: (0x495d133B938596C9984d462F007B676bDc57eCEC)
How long does a send/receive transaction take?
A send/receive transaction should take approximately 5 seconds, which is the Fuse block time.
What blockchain is GoodDollar built on?
GoodDollar operates across two blockchain networks: the Ethereum mainnet, and Fuse.io, which is an Ethereum sidechain. Claiming G$ occurs on the Fuse network, and you can read more about how Fuse enables us to distribute basic income at scale in this blog post.
Where can I learn more about the smart contracts and see a block explorer?
All information on our contracts and the block explorer can be found on our Github, https://github.com/GoodDollar. To learn more about our architecture and monetary policy, we encourage you to check out the GoodDollar White Paper.
Where can I see the code?
All of our code is open-source and can be found on our GitHub, https://github.com/GoodDollar