definitions
fxToken: fungible instrument representing a debt denominated in the specific currency of that fxToken.
collateral: any asset used to secure the minting of an fxToken.
minting: creation of a representative fxToken and associated debt.
c-ratio =Collateral Ratio.
= total value of lodged collateral as a % of fxToken debt
= collateral value /fxToken loan amount = 1/LVR
Loan to Value Ratio (LVR) = fxToken loan as a % of collateral value = fxToken loan/collateral value (also called ā€˜Mint Ratioā€™ MR) burning = destruction of fxTokens representing partial of full repayment of the collateralised loan collateral metrics: the risk metrics specific to collateral types. assigned to manage collateral specific lending risk and requirements vaults: representation of locked collateral that fxToken loans are issued against. vaults contain 1 to n collateral types.
vault ratios: a combination of the individual collateral metrics for assets deposited to a vault. liquidation: sale of part or all vault collateral to restore vault ratios to minimum acceptable limits. liquidation trigger: the c-Ratio (max LVR) at which the collateral liquidation process begins. liquidation fee = % fee charged to a vault liquidate part or all of lodged collateral. stability fee = % interest rate applied to asset used as collateral for minting of fxTokens.
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