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What is APY?
APY stands for Annual Percentage Yield. More information on APY can be found here.
What is loan-to-value (LTV)?
LTV = Loan / Collateral Value * 100%
What is 'current' loan-to-value (LTV)? Current LTV is your loan-to-value ratio as of the most recent state of the network that Moola is aware of.
What is 'new' loan-to-value (LTV)?
New LTV is a simulated loan-to-value ratio. It is intended to show you what your loan-to-value ratio would be if the current asset you've selected and quantity you've input were submitted as a transaction to the network and confirmed in a block. What is a collateral asset? A collateral asset is any asset that is being used as collateral for a loan. This means that it can be liquidated if your Health Factor drops below 100%. By default, all deposited assets are used as collateral.
What is a debt asset?
A debt asset is any asset that has been borrowed from Moola.
Where can I find the mToken addresses?
Who created your icon?
The "Bull" icon was created by Mat fine from the Noun Project.
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