Yes, it is ok, as long as you don't use a large deposit. Like in all things new, you should start easy.
If you start out and want to take advantage of the robot, start small and just keep it with a small deposit for 1 year let's, see how it evolves and when you grow confident you can add more. That is why we have simulations with 200$ which is the average minimum deposit.
You should start small because there is the possibility that you are starting in a bad year, and there is the risk of drawdown. You need to learn and understand what that is, and how to control your emotions when it happens.
Example: if you start at 200 and in one month you are at 190? It looks simple on paper, and it's not a big deal. What if you deposit a lot more than 200? You will feel bad about your loss and be tempted to take it out or stop the trades, not letting the robot run its potential.
If we start in a good year, also don't get FOMO - "I should have put much more " - the opportunities are always there for the long run.
The robot is using money management, influenced by a few parameters. It is made in this way that even if you are in drawdown, you don't blow up your account, as Dmitriy says. It will recover, as it is made on a solid trading strategy. We provide you these settings, and we advise you periodically if you need to change them (for example some leverages will change, we will react by modifying the volumes).
Also, if you trade more markets, your lot sizes should be different than the ones in the settings made for just one market. If you do that, just ask us what to do.