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Is there any difference between block.timestamp and now?

I couldn’t find any relevant documentation information about the now keyword. However the now keyword and block.timestamp both return the time of the block function when executed. Can anyone provide any insight?

How to effectively gather ETH across multiple accounts?

I have a online payments service which allows clients to pay with ETH. For each client paying, I generate a new ETH deposit address. When the funds arrive, I can then mark the clients invoice as paid, and grab the relevant ETH. However, withdrawing from ETH isnt cheap. So if the client only paid 10::Listen

I have a online payments service which allows clients to pay with ETH. For each client paying, I generate a new ETH deposit address. When the funds arrive, I can then mark the clients invoice as paid, and grab the relevant ETH.

However, withdrawing from ETH isnt cheap. So if the client only paid 10 USD, I lose a lot when I send that ETH out to my own wallet.

So how does one get around this?

  1. Bitcoin allows you to generate multiple addresses that link back to the same private key. I don’t think ETH can do that, can it?
  2. Should I perhaps set the gas fees as low as possible in the hopes of just keeping that transaction fee down?
  3. Any other ideas?

Thanks!

Is there any difference between block.timestamp and now?

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