Exchange rate should be rounded to at least the first non-zero decimal

Exchange rates seems to be rounded to a maximum of 2 decimals. In the case of EUR/HUF pair, if you divide 1/340 you get 0.0029…, and only 0.00 is shown, but this should be fixed and the app on the UI should round to at least one non-zero decimal in these cases (so with 1/340 it should show 0.003). There is no other way to see the actual rate used than manual calculation at the moment. I told this to support some months ago, but without any change since then I’m trying my luck here, should be a low hanging fruit to fix.
Ps: I know that HUF is a weak shitty currency, but it’s not the only one, and it is an easy fix, so please fix this.

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Or it would be better to have the reciprocal displayed in such a case. (340 HUF)

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This is even worse than Revolut, which hard-codes all FX rates to 4 decimal places. Here’s what I wrote about Revolut’s design flaw, which applies also to Curve:

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