However, for sending Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other tokens, there is what is known as a mining fee, or network fee; which goes to the miners of the network that secure and process that transaction. Edge makes zero profit from these fees as 100% of that fee goes to the network miners.
The fee is variable and largely depends on the traffic of the entire network. The amount of time it takes for a transaction to be processed by the miners depends on what you set the fee at. By default, the Edge wallet sets the transaction at an "Optimal" fee rate. This fee rate is adjustable within the wallet, leaving the decision to change this fee in complete control of our users.