% Away from Critical
% Away from Critical LTV means by what % value of Assets needs to fall by to trigger Critical LTV (keeping value of Liabilities fixed in USDc)
% Away from Critical LTV = 1 - ( Current LTV / Critical LTV )
Amount Available to Withdraw
You can choose to withdraw some or all of the assets in the pool. The amount you can withdraw is equal to:
Value of pool assets (USDc) - ( Value of liabilities (USDc) / Initial Loan-To-Value of the pool after withdrawal (%) ).
The total amount of Assets in USDc held for deposit or lent out.
Annual interest rate for borrowing.
This represents the Total Amount of Debt (=Borrowings) for the given Pool.
Buying Power is the additional amount of current Pool composition that you can buy by borrowing against the current Pool. Specified in reference currency (USDc by default). It is equal to ( Total Assets - Total Liabilities ) / ( 1 - Initial LTV ) - Total Assets.
Collateral are any assets (including assets that are lent out) that can be used as collateral as collateral to borrow other assets - whether borrowing to get liquidity (eg USDc) or to short.
The Critical Loan-To-Value is the maximum allowable amount of Debt as a percentage of Total Assets (Asset Tokens plus Lending Amounts) in order to maintain an existing position.
LTV or Current LTV is the total amount of Debt (i.e. Borrowings) as a percentage
of Total Assets.
The formula is LTV = Sum(DEBT_i) / Sum ( (ASSET_i ) for each Asset i in the Pool.
Deposit 1m APY
Interest rate on deposit (APY) without right of recall for 1 month.
Annual interest rate for deposits.
Deposit Open APY
Interest rate on deposit (APY) recallable at any time.
Equity Value is value of Assets minus value of Liabilities. Specified in reference currency (USDc by default).
The Initial Loan-To-Value is the initial maximum allowable amount of Debt as a percentage of Total Assets in order to take a new position.
Terms on which you want to lend out a given Asset. It can either be at Market (market clearing APR) or Limit where you set the Minimum Lending Yield (APY) at which you would be willing to lend out a given Asset.
This represents the total amount of Debt (=Borrowings) in USDc for the given Pool.
Liquidation refers to a process of selling assets in the Pool to repay debt. It happens when Pool LTV > Critical LTV.
Fee for Pool going into liquidation mode. Payable to Oxygen protocol, expressed as % Pool Assets.
This is the maximum amount of debt that is allowable in the Pool without resulting in Current LTV > Critical LTV.
Total Assets (Total Deposits plus Total Loans) minus Total Debt (Total Borrowings) in USDc for the Pool
This is the amount of compound interest accruing for this Pool over a given period of time (daily, weekly, monthly, …). Borrowings accrue negative interest and offset earnings from Lending.
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The Reset Loan-To-Value is the level of LTV the pool needs to be brought down to following a breach of Critical LTVs.
Term of Borrowing (Max)
Length of borrowing. Minimum of 1 day.
The total amount of Assets in USDc held for deposit or lent out in USDc for this Pool.
Annual compounded interest rate for lending.