Yep, minimum sale for 1,000 is 0,01$ which results in and we cannot sell in stacks worth less than 1$.
Which means minimum sale for a stack of 100,000 gold = 1$
A stack of 20,000 units of gold = 1$ >>>> 200 units of gold = 0.01$ >>>> 1,000 units of gold = 0.05$.
As you can see, i sell the price for 1,000 units of gold is 0.05$, which is HIGHER than 0.01$, in OTHER words it is BIGGER than the minimum price allowed.
The floor you are talking about is because you can sell only in THOUSAND of units, because the BUYER can buy also in THOUSANDS.
If i have an order for 40,000 gold for 2$, the buyer CANNOT buy 20,500 units if gold from be BUT 20,000 or 21,000 units.
The seller also CANNOT list 20,500 gold or 20,700.There will have to be MILTIPLE of 1,000 with min 1,000 gold in the stack.
The fact that there is a min price of 0.01$ for 1,000 units of gold and 1$ min price for a stack = 100,000 gold the min stack for sale = the gold will go from 100,000 UP.
No, this means that 1,000 units of gold CANNOT be sold with LESS than 0.01$, but surely you can sell for MORE.
LIKE 1,000 units of gold = 0,02 $ >>>> 50,000 gold = 1$
Or 1,000 units of gold = 0.1 $ >>>>>> 10,000 gold = 1$
What is so hard to understand that the gold can be sold for ANY price as long as the MINIMUM price for 1,000 units is MAXIMUM 0.01$?
You can't sell for LESS than 0.01$ per 1,000 units of gold.