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Question Is it possible to get back the used RAM somehow or lost forever? It could be costly for heavy usage.

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Hi, I am new to IBC transfers and noticed that it uses around 0.3KB of RAM for each transfer. Is it possible to get back the used RAM somehow or lost forever? It could be costly for heavy usage.


   
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The permanent RAM cost per transfer is about 40 bytes. Then there's a cost per balance, just like regular token balances, which is paid once per user per symbol, which is approximately 240 bytes. The 40 bytes is permanent, but the 240 bytes is released when you close the wrap token balance (when you transfer the tokens to someone else or redeem the native asset on the source chain)


   
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