Fireblocks maintains custody of our users' funds, and places certain limits on withdrawal precision - up to 2 decimal places (US$0.01). When the number of remaining decimal places is so small (0.001, 0.0001, etc) and the value is insignificant - you will not be able to withdraw the amount that is leftover.

This is only a problem when it comes to assets that have microscopic values worth less than a few cents per token (like SLP) - and only a problem if you mind leaving behind fractions of a cent in your account.

It does not mean you will lose any of your assets - it just means that they will stay there until you have enough assets to withdraw again that will exceed the withdrawal precision limit.

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