How are Sequence transactions relayed?

The Sequence smart contract wallet allows users to reduce any set of transactions into a single Ethereum transaction. In fact, independent users’ transactions can be bundled into a single Ethereum transaction, reducing transaction costs for all. Sequence Wallet also allows for users to pay gas fees without the sender owning any Ether (ETH) or have users’ fees be paid by a third party. These are possible because Sequence Wallet transactions can be executed by a third party called a relayer.

Through Sequence smart contract and transaction relay service, users can seamlessly interact with various blockchains—and feel like they’re having a “normal Web2” experience, but with the superpowers Web3 affords them. With gas fees abstracted, transactions bundled, fast block confirmation times and wallet recovery possible, interfacing with the blockchain is now seamless and transparent—greatly improving one of the biggest barriers to blockchain adoption. In addition, Sequence makes it easy for users to seamlessly interact with many different EVM-compatible blockchains such as Polygon, and more to come.

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