Funds still can be withdrawn into an address with no crypto balance, but the wallet that withdraws the funds has to pay the gas fees. While this may create a small usability problem when withdrawing to an empty wallet, it actually makes Morphose cheaper, more private, and fully decentralized. Morphose also solves this problem by her non-compulsory decentralized faucet. For every 1 BNB, 1 ETH or 1000 USDT worth of withdrawal, the user can get its gas fee from the Morphose faucet which is an internal part of Morphose UI that lies on IPFS. In this way, the user can withdraw to an empty wallet without depending on a third party, and rather than paying a high commission to a business entity, the user can reduce the already low 1% commission to 0.75%.