I have never traded that coin, but you should be able to put in any custom amount of money that you want to pay / receive for one of that coin.
In Bisq, you can switch between %-based (which seems to be off in your case), but which in higher volume coins means you can have your offer “change” with the market, e.g. always being a little cheaper than market price.
Or you can have just a “hardcoded” amount in $ / BTC / whatever your base currency is.
Hope it helped!
Devs are quite busy with DAO implementation and I am not sure that we want to spend dev resources on these things too much.
I don’t think I understand what is the real problem here. You can set whatever price for your offer that you want. Simply place an offer at the market price of the Coinmarketcap if you wish.
If the trading fee is the problem, because it depends on the distance from market price. You should only have that problem for the first trade before the price is adjusted, since Bisq will set the price of the last trade as it’s market price. If that first fee is the problem, just make a minimum trade amount so you get the smallest fee possible and then you can take your own trade with a different Bisq account.
Yes, I know I can set the price to whatever I want.
But I want to base my orders on the current market price. The problem is that if the market price drops, there is a cost to me to cancel the order and then another cost to me to create a new order. Besides, I don’t want to sit there all day watching the market price on other exchanges just so I can react on Bisq.