Withdrawal cost is the cost of sending the digital currency to an external wallet address. These fees go to the "miners" who maintain the network and ensure that all transactions are processed.
Here you can find a full overview of Bitvavo's fees/costs.
Please note: Withdrawal costs can be significantly higher in some situations. This can be the case if the blockchain in question is extraordinarily busy. If you think the withdrawal costs are too high, please wait until fewer transactions have been processed in the respective blockchain (which will automatically lower the withdrawal fees), or use a different digital currency/blockchain. For informational purposes, the following page can be used to check real-time withdrawal fees when sending a digital currency using the ERC20 blockchain.
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