Taquito's estimate method can be used to estimate fees, gas, and storage associated with an operation.
burnFeeMutez]: The number of Mutez that will be burned for the storage of the operation. Returns a number.
gasLimit]: The limit on the amount of gas a given operation can consume. Returns a number.
minimalFeeMutez]: Minimum fees for the operation according to baker defaults. Returns a number.
storageLimit]: The limit on the amount of storage an operation can use. Returns a number.
suggestedFeeMutez:]: The suggested fee for the operation includes minimal fees and a small buffer. Returns a number.
totalCost]: The sum of
burnFeeMutez. Returns a number.
usingBaseFeeMutez]: Fees according to your specified base fee will ensure that at least minimum fees are used.
Estimate a transfer operation
The following example shows an estimate of the fees associated with transferring 2ꜩ to
tz1h3rQ8wBxFd8L9B3d7Jhaawu6Z568XU3xY address. The configuration of the signer is to use a throw-away private key for demonstration purposes.
Estimate a smart contract call
This example will demonstrate how to estimate the fees related to calling a smart contract.
We have updated the estimate provider to have a
contractCall() member method can now be used to estimate contract calls as such:
Estimate a contract origination
In this example, we will use the estimate method of Taquito on a contract origination. The
genericMultisigJSONfile variable contains a Michelson Smart Contract.