Liquity

Liquity

Liquity

Generate LUSD with a high collateral trove from Liquity

Networks:
Networks: ETH Platforms: Flagship | Assembly
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What is Liquity

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Deposited tokens are converted into cTokens. Learn more about ctokens from Compound Docs.

How does Compound work?

Users can deposit assets into Compound; users receive cTokens which represent their deposit to the protocol. Deposits have a collateral factor and users can borrow against their deposits.

How do liquidations work on Liquity?

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How does lending work on Compound?

Assets deposited into Compound Finance have a Collateral Factor. The Collateral factor is the percentage of value that can be borrowed against a particular asset. Collateral Factor Collateral Factor is the percentage a user can borrow against a particular asset.

How do I borrow and supply the same asset?

Compound automatically shifts the asset panels if you supply or borrow an asset, to circumvent this utilize a strategy like 'Leverage' or 'Deposit and Borrow' to supply and borrow the same asset.

Compound Asset UI

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⚗️ Available Functions

Basic Functions

🙌‌ Supply - Deposits asset from DSA to Compound ⬆️ Withdraw - Withdraws asset from Compound back to DSA ↩️ Borrow - Borrows asset, asset is withdrawn to DSA ⤵️ Payback - Spend asset on DSA to payback debt on Compound

Compound Functions

🙌‌↩️ Deposit and Borrow - Deposits asset from DSA to Compound, and borrows asset. ⤵️⬆️ Payback and Withdraw - Payback debt from DSA, and withdraws asset back to DSA ⚖️ Leverage - Borrows asset, converts to collateral and immediately deposits it back into Compound. 🪀 Save / Unwind - Withdraws collateral, and immediately converts asset to payback debt.

Advanced Functions

💱 Collateral Swap - Swap the underlying collateral asset for another collateral asset 💱 Debt Swap - Swaps owed debt from one asset into another debt to be owed

Want to learn more about strategies? See 🔷 Strategies→

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