Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin proposed to raise additional funds for the needs of developer clients and cryptocell to introduce a new norm – and charge, for example, “1 gwei/gas from the transactions that are sent via their SOFTWARE.”

According to his calculations, this innovation will provide “robust funding” up to $2 million a year and will cover all costs associated with the Ethereum Foundation issued grants to developers of Ethereum 2.0.

I propose we consider supporting a community norm that the client/wallet devs can/should charge a 1 gwei/gas fee for txs sent through their wallet, we don’t try to circumvent such fees, and we support protocol changes to make such fees easier (eg. abstraction enabling multisends)

— Vitalik Non-giver of Ether (@VitalikButerin) March 8, 2019

We will remind, recently Buterin said that the establishment of the ETH was an attempt to solve the functionality of bitcoin. In his opinion, bitcoin can be compared to a calculator that does one thing and does it well. While Ethereum is more like a smartphone that supports several applications that can perform a variety of tasks including the same calculator.