Terms used throughout the documentation may be unfamiliar to developers. Below we list some common terms that will help with your understanding.
Represents the ratio between total collateral multiplied by the LTV, and the borrowed principal multiplied 1/Borrow_Factor**. When the Adequacy Ratio goes below 1, the loan is undercollateralized and can be liquidated.
Each iToken is convertible into an ever increasing quantity of the underlying asset, as interest accrues in the market. The exchange rate represents the real-time exchanging ratio between iToken and the underlying asset.
Loan To Value
The maximum borrowing power of a specific collateral specified per collateral and expressed in percentage points.
The discount on LTV when borrowing asset, specified per borrowing asset and expressed in percentage points.
The maximum percentage of outstanding borrow of the underwater borrows when a liquidation occurs.
When a liquidation occurs, a liquidator may repay some or all of an outstanding borrow on behalf of a borrower and in return receive a discounted amount of collateral held by the borrower; this discount is defined as the liquidation incentive.
The maximum supplying amount of collateral. If the capacity meets, no more supply is permitted.
The maximum borrowing amount of borrow asset. If the capacity meets, no more borrows are permitted.
The total amount of reward token distributes in one block.
The distribution factor defines the weighted factor of reward speed for each asset.
The reserve factor defines the portion of borrower interest that is converted into protocol profits.