A Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio is an indicator representing the size of a loan compared to the value of the assets securing the loan. The Loan-to-Value percentages of each asset are dynamically determined by the Nexo Oracle algorithms, depending on the current and historical volatility and market liquidity of the asset. You can assume it is ~50% for BTC and ETH, ~40% for XRP, ~30% for NEXO (will be increased further) and ~20% for BNB.
Articles in this section
- How do I withdraw crypto assets I have stored at Nexo?
- What happens if there is a fork of the collateral I have placed with Nexo?
- Am I the owner of the collateral which is used for my Nexo loan?
- What happens if the value of the collateral changes before I repay my loan?
- Are there margin calls?
- How will you notify me if there is a liquidation event?
- Where do I see the address where I need to deposit the collateral for my Nexo loan?
- Are the deposit addresses of each collateral unique?
- What is Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio?
- Do you take NEXO Tokens as collateral?