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Min Contract Size for "Ether ($1)" is 0

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The Min Contract Size for Ether ($1) (Cryptocurrency) is 0. According to the API, it should be 0.5.

https://imgur.com/5jAPWPR

I'm using a Demo-Account if that helps. On the Live-Account the Min Contract Size is 0.13.

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@TrendFollower,

I think that this is just a bug on the demo account, because it doesn't make much sense to be able to create an order with a deal size of 0. It is even declined with an error message if I try to do that. Just wanted to report it here.

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