Terminology should be consistent. The terms are as follows:
A basic account to account transfer of VRPs.
The cost, in VRP, of the reference transaction assuming no load on the network. This is the knob that gets turned to adjust transaction fees based on the scarcity of VRPs.
A measure of the relative cost of different things such as transactions, reserves, and so on. If one transaction costs twice as many fee units as another, it will cost twice as much to process under the same conditions. The conversion of fee units to VRP needed to perform a transaction depends on the base fee, the reference fee, and load.
The cost, in fee units, of the reference transaction.
The amount needed to create an account, in fee units.
The amount of additional reserve required for each counted owner entry, in fee units.
The value of the load fee that indicates that there is no additional fee imposed due to load.
The multiplicative adjustment to fees based on load on a particular server. A value equal to the load base indicates only normal fees apply.
The multiplicative adjustment to fees based on load to the network as a whole.
The greater of the local load fee and the network load fee. This is the actual factor used by a server when deciding whether a transaction has an adequate fee.
The amount a fee has to be multiplied by to convert from the fee required under no load to the transaction fee required under current load.
RADR have been committed to making cross-currency transfer with higher efficiency and lower-cost compared with banks. Eventually, we launched our latest offering RADR-FX in which we will achieve the integration of important roles (Market Maker and Money Boss) in RADR network and bring about a P2P-mode cross-currency transfer.