# Are Robux Amounts Under 1R\$ Counted?

Hi everybody! First post on DevForum

Are decimal Robux amounts counted?

I’m getting added to a payout list, and I should get 15% of every sale. If an item gets a profit of 3R\$, I should theoretically receive 15% of the sale, or 0.45R\$. Is this amount transferred to me? It doesn’t appear in my recent transactions.

My guess is that since it’s a decimal amount, it doesn’t show up in my recent transactions. However, once the item is sold 2 more times, resulting in a return of 1.35R\$, my transactions sheet should now say that I’ve earned 1R\$, because my total profits are now greater than 1. Is this correct?

Thanks.

EDIT: For further clarification on my question, see my reply here:

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I believe Robux amounts below 1 are counted in the background, and if you gain more than 1 Robux, you should see a Robux amount.

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But on topic, I do not know much about that. Robux is not counted in decimal points and does not have a lower currency like coins or whatever that are specific in decimals.

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Maybe that is just allowed to be rounded up to 1 by ROBLOX, I have no clue, never had experience with earning decimals.
Or maybe? Maybe everyone does earn decimals but ROBLOX just hides them for the background and only shows on your stat when it is a full number?

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No, the lowest you can do is 2 robux for 1 robux, ROBLOX doesn’t count anything below 1 for earned revenue/robux.

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Otherwise, spending 1 robux for nothing is useless anyway and no profit.

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Thanks for the input, do you have any personal experience with receiving decimal amounts of Robux through recurring payouts/percentages?

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Nope. All of the Robux I’ve earned was a whole number.

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No, what they mean is that, though you can’t see the decimal robux, if you get enough of it to add up to a whole number, will you actually get that whole number?

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He answered my question, he just doesn’t have any personal experience with receiving decimal amounts of Robux.

I would mark @Crazedbrick1’s post as the solution, but since he doesn’t have experience receiving decimal amounts of R\$ and no one’s posted to back up his claim, I can’t mark my thread as resolved yet.

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Just to clarify, I’m not 100% sure that Robux amounts below 1 are counted in the background. But it would make sense if Roblox did count them.

That displays real money from gift cards, not robux. We can’t use that here.

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Wouldn’t this result in thousands of potential losses for payout recipients?

For example: most clothing groups have all of their items priced at 5R\$ to stay competitive with other groups. If I give a developer a 15% payout in a group where all of the item prices are at 5R\$, they should be making 0.45R\$ with every sale. If Roblox didn’t count earned revenue under 1R\$, and we made 1,000 sales, the developer would be missing out on 450R\$ of potential earnings.

Nothing is counted below 1 robux no matter if it’s sold through dev products, etc.

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Do you have any proof for this? I really want to know the answer to this question.

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Don’t make it more complicated.

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That is not solid proof. It could just hide the decimals.

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Okay, then why don’t you do it? Lol.

While @49dec’s proof is very solid, I still think Roblox would count decimal Robux in the background. Although decimal Robux amounts are very small and useless, it’s still money.

In the end, I don’t think this question really matters that much.

Basically what @ImTheBuildGuy said.

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That’s basically what I just said.

For big developers, this decimal can matter, as it could cause massive losses if it did not exist. (Which the OP said)

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