Sometimes we receive complaints about the price difference in orders on binance. For example, setting an order on superorder for ETH-BNT with rate 0.00360150 will render as 0.003601 on binance.

The reason for that is a parameter set by binance, that defines the intervals that a price can be increased/decreased by. It's like rounding and for each pair this parameter is differrent. 

When you place an order using superorder we calculate and round the price as it required by binance, so you shouldn't worry about that. Just don't freak out if you see slight difference :)

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