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# Estimate gas price

Currently, the gas estimation is handled by taking the median of the last 100,000 transactions If a user wants to prioritize their transaction and is willing to pay, they can pay more than the gas price. If they're willing to wait longer, they can pay less. Note that the gas price moves with the fee market, and should only increase when demand outweighs supply.

If there have been no transactions in the last 100,000 transactions, the price will be 1.

**X-APTOS-BLOCK-HEIGHT**integer

Current block height of the chain

**X-APTOS-CHAIN-ID**integer

Chain ID of the current chain

**X-APTOS-EPOCH**integer

Current epoch of the chain

**X-APTOS-LEDGER-OLDEST-VERSION**integer

Oldest non-pruned ledger version of the chain

**X-APTOS-LEDGER-TIMESTAMPUSEC**integer

Current timestamp of the chain

**X-APTOS-LEDGER-VERSION**integer

Current ledger version of the chain

**X-APTOS-OLDEST-BLOCK-HEIGHT**integer

Oldest non-pruned block height of the chain

Struct holding the outputs of the estimate gas API

**deprioritized_gas_estimate**integer

The deprioritized estimate for the gas unit price

**gas_estimate**integer required

The current estimate for the gas unit price

**prioritized_gas_estimate**integer

The prioritized estimate for the gas unit price

// Request

curl -X GET -H 'Content-Type: application/json' https://aptos.blockpi.network/aptos/v1/your_api_key/v1/estimate_gas_price

// Result

{

"deprioritized_gas_estimate": 100,

"gas_estimate": 100,

"prioritized_gas_estimate": 150

}

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