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Borrow, Rewards & Airdrops
- 1.On the Vault menu, go to the Borrow section and “Create a Debt Position”.
- 2.Click on the 3 dots and select “Add Collateral”. Select from the drop-down menu the asset you want to post and then specify the amount and click on “Post Collateral”.
- 3.Click on the 3 dots and select “Borrow asset”. Select from the drop-down menu the asset you want to borrow and then specify the amount and click on “Borrow Asset”.
Remember, if you borrow your max available you risk a margin call.
On the Vault menu, go to the Borrow section and click on the 3 dots from your external position and select “Repay Assets”. Select from the drop-down menu the asset you want to repay and then specify the amount and click on “Repay Loan”.
On the Vault menu, go to the Borrow section and click on the 3 dots from your external position and select “Withdraw Collateral”. Select from the drop-down menu the asset you want to redeem and then specify the amount and click on “Withdraw Collateral”.
We calculate the risk level warnings based on your net collateral from your weighted average of the assets you add as collateral.
e.g. If you have $1000 worth of Aave posted (50% collateral factor) and $1000 of USDC posted (80% collateral factor) you can borrow $500 + $800 = $1300. So your net collateral factor is the amount you can borrow divided by the total collateral you've posted 1300 / 2000 = 65%.
Yellow (High risk)
This warning will be displayed with a safety factor of 75% of your total posted collateral.
Liquidation risk is very sensitive to price movements in your collateral, therefore we chose an arbitrary safety factor of 75%.
Red (Margin Call)
This warning will be displayed when the borrowed assets will immediately trigger a margin call. Therefore we have disabled the borrow asset button.
When using an asset as collateral, this number represents the maximum percentage that can be borrowed against it.
The currently yearly APY you pay to borrow an asset net of rewards. Negative rates mean you earn to borrow the net of the protocol rewards.
Current LTV(Loan to value)
This shows the ratio of the value of your borrowed assets to the value of your collateral assets. As this number approaches your Maximum Loan To Value, you increase your likelihood of being liquidated.
Maximum LTV(Loan to value)
When the value of your borrowed assets is equal to or greater than this proportion of the assets you have deposited as collateral, your positions are eligible for liquidation.
When you try to claim rewards, the app will prompt you to add the token you're claiming to tracked assets that you must do before you claim. This will enable your Vault to recognise the asset, and include it in the Vault's NAV.
A couple of important notes on farming & rewards in general;
- When you have unclaimed tokens, your Vault potentially becomes a target for arbitrageurs. We would recommend that you either claim them regularly or use measures to reduce this risk (eg. limiting who can buy new shares or charging an entrance fee).
- Note that some farmable tokens can not be held in a Vault because it might not yet be supported in the Enzyme asset universe. We, therefore recommend that you use the tools we've provided to "claim & redeposit" or "claim & swap" in a single atomic transaction because of the reason stated above.
- Once you have claimed your rewards (in this example, COMP), the position won't update in your overview until either you do a trade or you receive a new deposit. However, your Vault's NAV will no longer be open to arbitrage until substantial rewards accrue.
It can be the case that your Vault is eligible for an airdrop or otherwise has a claim on tokens that it did not receive via investment or the Enzyme-native trading integrations. As long as these assets are in the supported asset universe, there is a method to claim these tokens that mitigates the risk of a front-running attack.
- 1.Temporarily disable depositors into your Vault. This can be accomplished by setting both the Minimum Deposit and Maximum Deposit to 0 in the Policies tab of the Vault Manager Launchpad.
- 2.Claim the tokens to your Vault's address (shown on the Overview tab of your Vault's main page, in the Vault Factsheet tab at the bottom of the screen).
- 3.Add the asset in question to your Vault's Tracked Asset list. As a reminder, this list is automatically generated by trading activity within Enzyme, but must be manually updated for tokens that accrue to the Vault outside of any Enzyme integrations. To update this list, go to the Settings tab of your Vault Manager Launchpad and scroll down to the Add Tracked Assets tool.
- 4.Re-enable deposits in the Vault on the same screen as Step 1 by entering your investment limits and clicking save. If you choose to have no investment limits, simply toggle both options off and hit save.